We're on a mission to make mindfulness second nature in Jackson Hole. By tapping into the transformative power of mindfulness to reduce stress, increase resilience and empathy, and facilitate more effective dialogue, we can create positive change on a community-wide scale.
We help people train their brains to be more present, more aware, and more resilient to the challenges of life. We do this through guided mindfulness practices, daily micro-practices shared via email and social media posts, and intensive in-person trainings. We also support a network of community leaders bringing mindfulness into their civic and business organizations.
A temporary but collaborative effort from local organizations including the town and county governments to complete the US Census and make Teton County count!
Programs include, a census thermometer displayed at the fair grounds to measure the completion rate, information booths to spread the word at local hot spots, and friendly competition between companies and other large employers.
The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole helps make giving smarter, nonprofits more effective and our community stronger. The Foundation's annual collaborative event, Old Bill's Fun Run, has raised over $146 million for local nonprofits in 21 years. We provide professional development for nonprofits (see workshop schedule on this website) and provide $600,000 in grant funding annually.
A community that elevates lives through the power of generosity.
The Foundation's goals are to enhance the impact of local nonprofits through Competitive Grants, Board and staff workshops, and programs; to inform, engage, and serve as a trusted resource for donors; to act as a community catalyst through collaboration to address community needs; and to establish a culture of giving as a community value through the annual Tin Cup Challenge, a fundraiser for Teton Valley nonprofits.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Girl Scouts - Leadership Experience and the Girl Scout Cookie program that teach girls financial literacy. Girl Scout pathways, travel, and awards are designed to help girls develop as leaders and build confidence by learning new skills.
To foster global awareness and cultural understanding by connecting local (Wyoming) residents and members of the international community, both personally and professionally.
As a member of Global Ties U.S., we are one of 88 community organizations across the nation that implement the prestigious U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). This Global Ties network has played a significant role in shaping international relations for 75 years. The roster of IVLP alumni includes more than 350 current and former heads of state worldwide who developed close ties to
Kiwanis Club of Jackson Hole is committed to serving the needs of children in our community.
Kiwanis is dedicated to serving our community through scholarships and supporting many local child-based organizations. In 2017 we completed our commitment to St. John's Hospital by funding an audiology booth ($25K) as well as funding a dental program in schools for 2018. In 2019 Kiwanis supported free car seats for parents . Our programs are supported by food sales at the Annual Jackson Hole Snowmobile Hill Climb.
Leadership Jackson Hole is a series of sessions and workshops for emerging and established leaders who wish to increase their leadership skills, knowledge and ability to participate in community issues.
A local steering committee develops LJH's curriculum based on 3 core components: skills-building and leadershi passessment, community-based experiences, and a group project that engages the entire class. Participants' awareness of institutions, resources and issues in Teton County is increased.
To provide opportunities of growth and success for Native American individuals and families through education and employment. We are working to empower native youth and adults to create more enriched lives for themselves and their families, while respecting diversity and traditional values.
Our vision is to provide Native American individuals with greater opportunities and experiences in a variety of life circumstances. We coordinate summer internships for Native American College Students (i.e. National Museum of Wildlife Art hosted a Native Intern from the Crow Reservation who is studying at Yale). We host a biannual fundraiser evening in Jackson.
To support the advancement of education by providing scholarships to students and educators in our community while aiding other charitable needs of individuals and organizations as deemed appropriate
Scholarships to high school seniors (36 and $60,000 in 2013), Educator and nursing scholarships, support for RoboBroncs, Teton Literacy, Key Camp attendance, Model UN, National History Scholarships, JHHS HUNCH,Music Camp, disaster relief and more
To support local, state, regional, national, and international service projects.
Dictionaries to all Teton County 3rd Graders, Raising Readers, Elk Antler Arch Restoration, Children's Museum, support school Robotics Clubs, support schools' Lantina Leadership, support international water and sanitation projects.
The mission of the Scouts BSA is to prepare youth to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Scouts strive to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, reverent, and to do a good deed daily. Our goal is to help our youth become responsible, participating citizens and leaders by teaching them important life skills, outdoor skills, and serving our community.
Our Troop has a profound impact on our youth and community. We help with the Town Cleanups, Elk Refuge litter pickup and antler gathering/sorting, Hole Food Rescue's Summer Sprout Meal Program, Scouting for Food, meals at the Senior Center and Elks Lodge, Town flag ceremonies, building dog houses for the Wind River Reservation, sidewalk partitions, a bike shelter and benches at the JH Airport, and attending camps.
Contact: Mindy Kim-Miller, Unit Committee Chair/Scoutmaster
Phone: 3126599493 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
905 Willow Dr
Jackson, WY 83001-9353
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Silicon Couloir aligns entrepreneurship with community vision to promote a diverse economy and a healthy environment for current and future generations.
Silicon Couloir is an exciting non-profit organization grown from a need to connect aspiring and experienced entrepreneurs with the resources they need to succeed. Our core programs help entrepreneurs connect with intellectual, human, and financial capital.
We believe the best way to create sustainable jobs is to support entrepreneurs who create sustainable companies.
We transport people. START safely provides the Jackson Hole community with convenient transportation that is affordable, service oriented and environmentally friendly, improving the economic vitality of the region.
The Teton County Library Foundation secures and stewards resources to support Teton County Library. Teton County Library Friends promote and provide volunteer service to support Teton County Library.
Funding provided by the Teton County Library Foundation supports enrichments & enhancements to programs & services at the library.
Anyone who volunteers at the library is automatically a member of the Friends of Teton County Library. Friends regularly lend a hand with library youth and adult programs and support the library through their book store, the Book Nook.
Empowering and connecting women as leaders within their community.
Womentum promotes women's leadership through our signature mentoring program, Womentoring. With 270 program Alumnae, Womentum also offers robust programming beyond the initial 9-month commitment. Womentum offers public workshops including the annual Women in Leadership Luncheon, which will be expanded to a 2-day Women in Leadership Summit in 2017.
WyoFile's mission is to inform and engage Wyoming through in-depth reporting in the public interest.
WyoFile aims to reestablish the primacy of facts in Wyoming’s public discourse — to ensure that residents, community leaders, business leaders, politicians, agency personnel and policy makers all have access to, and faith in, the information they need to participate effectively in civic life and self governance.