Community Impact

The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole manages $120 million in assets. We are a small-town organization with big-city expertise, providing our constituents with personal attention and expert advice.

$56M+

Total Gifts Accepted

In 2022, the Community Foundations of Jackson Hole received $56,795,000 in gifts.

$35M+

Total Grants & Program Awarded

In 2022, the Community Foundations of Jackson Hole awarded $35,054,300 to local organizations.

$120M+

Total Assets Managed

The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole manages $120,284,040 in assets.

Foundational Values

Our Ethos

To improve lives through philanthropic leadership.

We foster authentic relationships built on integrity, mutual respect, and inclusivity. We are committed to meeting the evolving needs of our community to sustain a vibrant Jackson Hole.

Together we approach every experience and partnership as an opportunity to learn and invest in each other. We nurture a collaborative and safe environment for all to encourage meaningful change.

We believe in connecting generosity with opportunity. To build a bridge from passion to purpose. We lead by understanding needs first, then by action and innovation so that cause can meet contribution.

We offer trust and compassion. We support the unique value, circumstances, and perspectives of individuals and organizations. We are mindful of our influence.

We open our minds to possibility. In everything we do, we are active listeners, seeking understanding so that we can improve and adapt to new ideas.

Foundation News

Individuals who live and/or work in Teton County, Wyoming can help the Teton Behavioral Health Alliance, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, improve the quality of life in the region by completing the Community Behavioral Health Needs Survey.
The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole recently awarded $1,000,000 in funding to local organizations through a pilot granting program guided by two of the Foundation’s Initiatives – Behavioral Health and Housing Solutions - which are addressing cross-cutting community issues. “Our goal is for Initiatives’ grants to spark change specific to the behavioral health and housing demands facing our community,” Community Foundation President Laurie Andrews reflected.
On Thursday, November 16 from 5:30-8:00pm, The Teton Behavioral Health Alliance, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, is hosting its first annual Soupgiving at the Virginian Lodge’s Wister Hall. The event is an opportunity to connect with fellow Jacksonites before the busy, and sometimes challenging, holiday season. During this free event, enjoy heartwarming soups from local restaurants, a moment to connect with friends old and new, live music by Kirsten Farney and friends, a collaborative art project, and activities and crafts in the Kids' Corner led by Teton Literacy Center.