The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation is our way of giving back to the community we love and have called home since 2006. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation was established in 2016 in colaboration with the Summit Foundation to support important local initatives and community needs including adult education, animal well-being, affordable housing, and outdoor and recreational maintence programs. Our generous homeowners can choose to contribute 3% of their rental revenue to the fund, and we match that contribution. So far, we've donated tens of thousands of dollars to local programs and efforts and are on track to continue as well as grow those contributions.
Past Reciepients Include:
Colorado Mountain College Foundation
The Colorado mountain College Foundation supprots the needs and strategic priorities of Colorado Mountain College and its students. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundtaion's contributions have helped a local student complete her bachelor's degree in nursing in spring 2018 and has also awarded a four-year scholarship donation for a local student pursuing a bachelor's degree in biology.
2017 - $2,625
2018 - $5,256
Freinds of the Eagles Nest Wilderness
Friends of the Eagles Nest WIlderness or "FENW" is an all-volunteer organization committed to the health and preservation of three Wildernesses, and to spreading wilderness ethics to all who visit. The Summit Mountain Rental Foundation's donations have helped sponsor the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps in clearing the Gore Range Trail from Boulder Creek to Slate Creek, a popular destination for backpackers in Summit County.
2017 - $2,500
League for Animals & People of the Summit
League for Animals & People of the Summit or "LAPS" mission is to reduce pet overpopulation and needless euthanasia of healthy animals through spay/neuter programs and to provide financial assistance to low-income families for veterinary services that will assure a happy, healthy life for their pets. Past contributions by the Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation has helped pay for spay and neuter surgeries on adoptable pets at the Summit County Animal Shelter.
2018 - $5,000
2019 - $10,000
2020 - $1,000
2021 - $1,000
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) is the state's oldest outdoor stewardship nonprofit organization. Since 1984, we have been motivating and enabling people to become active stewards of Colorado's natural resources. Past contributions by the Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation has sponsor hundreds of volunteers in maintaining important Summit County trails.
2018 - $3,000
Summit County Animal Shelter
The Summit County Animal Shelter works to ensure all of Summit County's pets are well cared for and works tirelessly to find forever homes for homeless pets. They also offer financial aid to pet's in need. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation's past support has helped ensure the Summit County Animal Shelter has the necissary funds to complete their mission.
2019 - $5,000
Eage Summit Wilderness Alliance
Eagle Summit Wilderness Alliance (ESWA) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation formed in 1994. Members assist two US Forest Service Ranger Districts in maintaining three federally-designated Wilderness Areas (Eagles Nest, Ptarmigan Peak, and Holy Cross), which comprise about a quarter-million acres of Rocky Mountain majesty. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation's past contributions have helped to fund the efforts of the ESWA.
2019 - $3,000
Friends of the DIllon Ranger District
Friends of the Dillon Ranger District (FDRD) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that, with the help of volunteers, ensures that our National Forest is not negatively impacted by its immense popularity. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundations past support has helped to fund the efforts of this important local volunteer orginization.
2019 - $4,000
2020 - $10,000
Rocky Mountain Wild
Rocky Mountain Wild is a 501(c)3 that works to protect, connect, and restore wildlife and wild lands in the Southern Rocky Mountain region. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation's past contributions have gone to helping ROcky Mountain Wild achieve their goals of protecting biodiversity in the Southern Rocky Mountain region.
2020 - $500
Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)
Located in Summit County, Colorado, Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) offers services to individuals and families including housing assistance, utilities assistance, medical and dental, health insurance enrollment, food and parenting support. The Summit Mountain Rentals Foundation past support has helped FIRC assisst local individuals and families.
2020 - $10,000
The Summit Foundation
The Summit Foundation is a trusted local community foundation providing leadership and resources to assist local working families, resolve critical community issues and preserve the quality of life we all enjoy in our beautiful mountains.
2020 - $3,000
The Colorado Trail Foundation
The Colorado Trail Foundation is a nonprofit organization that oversees the care and improvement of the Trail. A Board of Directors and three full-time employees oversee the work of hundreds of volunteers who devote thousands of hours each year to keep the Trail in good condition.
2021 - $5,000
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