Nonprofit Spotlight
Providing services to others, promoting integrity and advancing our community, The Rotary Club of Aspen is proud to partner with valuable local nonprofit organizations.
Featured weekly in The Aspen Times through May and June, please join us in their support:
Whether it be COVID, cancer, Parkinson's or any kind of grief and loss, Pathfinders is always here to serve this community.  We provide free/low-cost mental health support, homemade meals for those too ill to cook for themselves, and we are working with schools from Basalt to Parachute to provide support for children dealing with grief and loss and illness.  When people are dealing with the very hard issues around health and loss, Pathfinders is there!
Our mission is to provide well-trained, court-appointed volunteer advocates to abused and neglected children in Colorado’s 9th Judicial District. The program’s vision is to support a safe, permanent, nurturing home for every child it serves: We are striving to protect every child's right to grow up in the embrace of a loving family.  Help us reach every child.  Volunteer.  Advocate.  Donate.  Next volunteer training starts in June.  Contact
Our mission is to keep homeless persons alive, safe, and fed; to help them access resources to meet their needs, and to assist in the transition to stability and self-reliance. VOLUNTEER. DONATE. Contact 970-924-0415.
Providing home health and palliative care, personal care, hospice care, grief and bereavement, and volunteer opportunities.  Our HomeCare team includes registered nurses, certified health aides, physical, speech and occupational therapists, medical social workers, registered dietitians, and chaplains.  Your locally based home care and hospice provider for Garfield, Eagle and Pitkin Counties.
Food distribution to the Aspen community: Wednesdays, 12:00--2:00, Aspen Schools.  Food donations accepted (non-perishable) from the public: Fridays, 10:00am--12:00pm, Aspen Middle School.  Call AFC (970) 205-7025, for advice, support, and economic assistance - for any Pitkin County family with children 0-18.  Thanks to our amazing partners, donors and friends throughout the community to donate to ACF, visit
The Buddy Program runs four mentoring programs primarily serving youth from Aspen to Carbondale.  These programs include one-on-one mentoring and group, experiential mentoring.  Mentoring youth is more important than ever! We are looking for volunteers to be a Big Buddy for youth in our community.  To learn more, email


Aspen Strong was founded to promote mental wellness and connect our community with vital mental health resources.  Our website provides anonymous mental health screenings, a community calendar of support groups and local resources to improve access to care.  In 2020, we are working with businesses to support their mental wellness benefits to create the capacity to support individual and collective mental wellness practices. Learn more online.

Challenge Aspen is dedicated to impacting lives by offering meaningful experiences to individuals faced with cognitive or physical challenges.  Challenge Aspen is addressing social-isolation for those with disabilities. 25th Anniversary Giving: 25 Hour, $25 Challenge June 3-4:  Virtual Kickoff event is June 4:  Challenge Aspen: creating possibilities for people with disabilities.


CKF is committed to raising awareness about the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation in hopes of registering more people as organ donors and eliminating the wait for those in need of a lifesaving transplant. Transplant surgeries have come to a near standstill in the U.S. as hospitals shift their collective focus to deal with COVID-19 cases. More than 112,000 Americans are currently waiting to receive an organ transplant. You can help by contributing to our efforts. To donate or volunteer:


Since 1991, AYC has been serving youth in 4th through 12th grade, from Aspen to Parachute, with free out-of-school time programs. We serve youth in Pitkin, Eagle, and Garfield counties, year-round, free of charge through generous individual donations, grants, and events. Please consider donating to allow us to continue providing free programs as our community gets back to work.


Jazz Aspen Snowmass would like to thank our JAS In-Schools Instructors and all of our local school music teachers for “keeping the music playing” for students across the Valley during the school closures.  Thanks to digital classes, online private lessons and the upcoming virtual JAS Summer Camp, students have been able to continue their studies in a time when music means so much! Thank you for all you do for our community!!



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