Free communication tools and resources for nonprofits
Join the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole’s Professional Development Workshops and gain practical skills and knowledge to enhance your nonprofit organization’s capacity and effectiveness.
A comprehensive look into the organizations that help the Jackson Hole community run.
Get to know our nonprofits by searching by area of interest or alphabetically.
Nonprofit Compensation & Demographics Reports
In late winter 2022, the Community Foundations of Jackson Hole and Teton Valley conducted the biennial Nonprofit Compensation Survey. The two reports generated from this survey serve as a resource for executive staff and boards at local nonprofits in reviewing employee compensation and developing budgets.
The 2022 Jackson Hole and Teton Valley Nonprofit Compensation Reports are available only to organizations that participated in the associated survey. Historic JH Nonprofit Compensation Reports are available here: 2020 /2018
As a complement to the 2022 Nonprofit Compensation Survey, the Community Foundations invited members of the Jackson Hole and Teton Valley nonprofit sector to participate in the inaugural Nonprofit Demographics Survey. The Foundations seek this data to understand the diversity of identities represented across our sector, which will help us better serve all nonprofit stakeholders through programming and strategic initiatives.
The next Nonprofit Compensation and Demographics Surveys will be conducted in winter 2024, with reports available in spring 2024.
Contact Hannah Sell with questions.
The Community Foundation provides the Nonprofit Listserve so nonprofits can share resources, collaborate and not duplicate efforts.
Professional Development Grants
Strengthening nonprofit skills and capacity
The Community Foundation supports local nonprofits in seeking professional development opportunities that will strengthen their organizational knowledge, skills, and capacity. As a complement to our workshop offering, nonprofits based in and serving Teton County, Wyoming may apply for up to $500 once per calendar year to help offset professional development and continuing education expenses.
Volunteers are a crucial resource for nonprofit organizations. Engaging volunteers effectively is an essential part of a nonprofit’s ability to connect with its community and maintain positive public relations. As such, nonprofits have an obligation to act as responsible stewards of the skills, energy, and time that volunteers bring to the organization. Below are resources to help guide nonprofits in attracting and managing volunteers effectively.
Old Bill’s Fun Run
One of the most innovative fundraisers in the nation, Old Bill’s Fun Run is also one of the most successful.
In 2022, Old Bill’s Fun Run raised $19.9 million dollars from 4,193 donors. Over the past 26 years, Old Bill’s has brought an astounding $228 million philanthropic dollars to our community. These funds are busy feeding the hungry, supporting the sick and elderly, teaching kids to read, protecting wildlife, building affordable housing, enriching our lives through the arts and touching the lives of everyone in Teton County.
Raised for Nonprofits
During Old Bill's Fun Run
Total funds raised
Over the last 26 years, Old Bill’s has provided a grand total of $228,714,334 to nonprofits in Teton County.