Philanthropy Club and Grants

Telluride High School Philanthropy Club

Telluride High School Philanthropy Club is a student run leadership organization that teaches High School Students the importance of service, philanthropy, and the non-profit sector. For more than two decades Telluride High School Students have fundraised, volunteered, developed yearly mission statements, and directly impacted non-profits in Telluride and Southwestern Colorado through grant making.


Philanthropy Club Crocheted Hats
are donated to Angel Baskets yearly



Mission Statement

2017/18 Mission Statement
THS Philanthropy Club Students will attempt to meet their $1000 fundraising goal and grant monies to San Miguel County Regional non-profits in the areas of health and emergency services.


TEF

Thank you to Telluride Education Foundation (TEF) for making our 2018 grants even bigger through a matching grant.  TEF is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that raises money to invest in the enrichment of K-12 education in the Telluride School District.  TEF is supported by grants from the Telluride Foundation and Just for Kids, as well as donations from generous parents and local businesses.

Grant Application              Cover Letter

In 2017/18 THS Philanthropy Club Students granted monies to San Miguel County and Montrose County Regional non-profits in the areas of Health and Emergency Services..  The spring 2018 grants decisions were...$800 Tri-County Health, $500 San Miguel Resource Center, $200 Reach Out & Read CO in cooperation with the Telluride Medical Center, $600 Angel Baskets and $500 Haven House.

In 2016/2017
 THS Philanthropy Club Students granted monies to San Miguel County Regional non-profits in the areas of Education and Environment. The spring 2017 grants decisions were...$400 Tri-County Health, $400 Telluride Avalanche Dogs, and $400 True North Youth Program.

In 2015/2016 THS Philanthropy Club Students granted monies to San Miguel County Regional non-profits in the areas of Health and Emergency Services. The spring 2016 grants decisions were...$200 Tri-County Health, $800 Center for Mental Health, and $200 SMRC
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In 2014/2015 THS Philanthropy Club Students will attempt to meet their $2000 fundraising goal and grant monies to regional non-profits in the
areas of civic & community and the environment. We raised $3000, more than our goal! The spring 2015 grants decisions were...$250 Mesa Land Trust, $500 One to One, $500 Telluride Academy, $750 Sheep Mountain Alliance, and $1000 San Miguel Resource Center.

In 2013/14 THS Philanthropy Club donated to regional non-profits in the areas of education and sports & recreation. The spring 2014 grants decisions were…$300 to Telluride Academy, $500 to San Miguel Resource Center, $500 to Pinhead Institute, $600 to One to One and $700 to Adaptive.

In 2012/13 THS Philanthropy Club donated to regional non-profits in the areas of education and health.  The spring 2013 grants decisions were…$250-Senior Community Meals, $500-SMRC, $450-Telluride Academy, $1000-One-to-One, and $500-Pinhead. 


In 2011/12 THS Philanthropy Club donated to regional non-profits in the areas of education and sports and recreation.  The spring 2012 grants decisions were... $350-Angel Baskets, $250-Sheridan Arts Foundation, $250-Telluride Institute/WEP, $1500-One to One, $900-Colorado Mountain Club and $500-San Miguel Resource
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