Over $750,000 in grants awarded to 60 local nonprofits

Com­pet­i­tive Grants 2024

Jack­son, WY — The Com­mu­ni­ty Foun­da­tion of Jack­son Hole announced today that its Com­pet­i­tive Grants pro­gram sup­port­ed 60 non­prof­it orga­ni­za­tions with over $750,000 dur­ing the lat­est grant­i­ng cycle. The Com­mu­ni­ty Foundation’s grants serve a wide range of needs includ­ing Health & Human Ser­vices, Arts & Cul­ture, Con­ser­va­tion & Envi­ron­ment, Ani­mals, Edu­ca­tion, Civic, and Recreation. As always, our com­mit­tee reviewed appli­ca­tions from a wide swath of Teton Coun­ty non­prof­its,” said Com­mu­ni­ty Foun­da­tion Board Mem­ber and Grants Com­mit­tee Chair Deirdre Griffith. Invest­ment focused heav­i­ly this year on pro­grams sup­port­ing our com­mu­ni­ty’s youth, fam­i­lies, and work­force. Span­ning arts edu­ca­tion, immi­gra­tion ser­vices, food access, finan­cial lit­er­a­cy train­ing, and acces­si­ble trails, these grants will have both a broad and deep impact on the res­i­dents of our com­mu­ni­ty.”

The grant requests were reviewed by a vol­un­teer com­mit­tee com­prised of 30 com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers, includ­ing 4 high school stu­dents. Grants were award­ed based on com­mu­ni­ty need and antic­i­pat­ed impact. Fund­ing for the Com­mu­ni­ty Foundation’s Com­pet­i­tive Grants Pro­gram is pro­vid­ed by Old Bill’s CoChal­lengers, indi­vid­ual donors, and endowed funds. The full list of grantees is detailed below. 

2024 Com­pet­i­tive Grant Recipients

PAWS of Jack­son Hole

Arts & Cul­ture
Art Asso­ci­a­tion of Jack­son Hole

Art Part­ners

Cen­ter for the Arts

Dancers’ Work­shop

Grand Teton Music Festival

Jack­son Hole Book Festival

Jack­son Hole His­tor­i­cal Society

Jack­son Hole Inter­na­tion­al Film Festival

Jack­son Hole Pub­lic Art

Jack­son Hole Writers

KHOL Jack­son Hole Com­mu­ni­ty Radio


Nation­al Muse­um of Wildlife Art

Off Square The­atre Company

Riot Act, Inc.

Teton Music School

Tum­ble­weed Cre­ative Arts

Wind Riv­er Com­mu­ni­ty Alliance

Old Wil­son School­house Com­mu­ni­ty Center

Con­ser­va­tion & Envi­ron­ment
Asto­ria Park Conservancy

Friends of the Bridger-Teton

Grand Teton Nation­al Park Foundation

Jack­son Hole Land Trust

Jack­son Hole Trout Unlimited

The Nature Con­ser­van­cy Wyoming

Pro­tect Our Water Jack­son Hole

Slow Food in the Tetons

Snake Riv­er Fund

Wyoming Wilder­ness Association

Wyoming Wildlife Advocates

Wyoming Wildlife Federation

Yel­low­stone-Teton Clean Cities

Cen­tral Wyoming Col­lege Foundation

Chil­dren’s Learn­ing Center

First in Fam­i­ly Jack­son Hole

Fund for Pub­lic Education

Girls Active­ly Par­tic­i­pat­ing! (GAP!)

Jack­son Hole Chil­dren’s Museum

Wyoming Stargaz­ing

Health & Human Services

Alzheimer’s Dis­ease and Relat­ed Dis­or­ders Asso­ci­a­tion, Inc., Wyoming Chapter

Becom­ing Jack­son Whole

Com­mu­ni­ty Entry Services

Food Bank of Wyoming

Good Samar­i­tan Mission

Hole Food Rescue

Immi­grant Hope-Wyoming/I­da­ho

Jack­son Hole Ther­a­peu­tic Riding

One22 Resource Center

Shel­ter Jack­son Hole, fis­cal­ly spon­sored by Jack­son Hole United

Teton Coun­ty Search and Res­cue Foundation

Voic­es Jack­son Hole

Wyoming Immi­grant Advo­ca­cy Project

Bridger-Teton Avalanche Cen­ter Foundation

Cam­i­na Con­mi­go, fis­cal­ly spon­sored by Coombs Outdoors

Carv­ing the Future

Coombs Out­doors

Friends of Pathways

Teton Adap­tive

Wilder­ness Adven­tures Foundation