Jill Dreves grew up in the mountains of Colorado. As a child, she attended a tiny, nature-immersed public school of just 32 children in grades K-8. During those formative years, a deep connection with Mother Earth was forged, and a seed was planted.
At Elevations Foundation, November is Community Grants month. This year, we awarded grants to 20 organizations, an all-time high for Elevations Foundation. These grants go to nonprofits who serve our community in one of three areas: environmental education and sustainability, early childhood development or mental health. This year there are familiar faces and some new
Elevations Foundation is proud to support Boulder County-based nonprofit Growing Gardens through its Community Grants program. Watch the video below to learn about Growing Gardens’ Cultiva Youth Project and how it is impacting the lives of children in Boulder County. Growing Gardens was established when it took on a long-term lease of 11 acres from
Since 2014, Elevations Foundation has been proud to support Longmont-based nonprofit TLC Learning Center through the Community Grants program. Watch the video below to see how great this local organization is helping our community’s youngest members of all backgrounds and abilities. Many people know TLC Leaning Center by its former name: Tiny Tim Learning Center.
Did you know Elevations Foundation has been supporting terrific local nonprofits through its community grants program since 2010? One of these nonprofits is Lafayette-based WOW! Children’s Museum, an Elevations Foundation grantee since 2014. WOW! Children’s Museum has proudly been engaging families throughout Boulder County in educational, hands-on experiences that connect curiosity, creativity and discovery for