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Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation Funds

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Charitable Fund: Each year the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation's Charitable Fund awards special need based grants that are used solely for projects that benefit general charitable purposes or support non-profit organizations in special need.

Educational Scholarship Fund: The resort established an educational scholarship program during the 1996/1997 season. The scholarships are based on a written essay, academic achievement and school involvement, financial need and community service. The program awards students grants to pursue higher education. Previously awarded one-year scholarship recipients are eligible to reapply for additional scholarship grants. Since the program's inception 14 years ago, more than 185 graduates have benefited from $300,000 in scholarship funds.

Ski Corp. Environmental Fund: Steamboat is one of a handful of resorts nationally to establish a significant granting program based on environmental needs. Since its inaugural year in 2004, nearly 50 projects have been granted more than $240,000, representing a variety of nonprofit organizations across the Yampa Valley.

2009/10 2008/09 2007/08 2006/07 2005/06 2004/05 2003/04 Total
$20,000 $27,000 $56,552 $39,715 $55,028 $29,300 $14,330 $241,925

The fund is supported with donations from Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation employees, special sales of individual chairs from removed lifts and through Yampa Valley Community Foundation Passport Club membership sales.

Ski Corp. Recreational Fund: Projects have included: Lithia Spring Park, Ski Time Square improvements, Yampa River improvements, Depot Gallery renovation, Highway 40 median landscaping, Spring Creek trail construction, ice rink enhancements, Yampa River kayak course, botanical gardens, Howelsen Skate Park, Strings in the Mountains, BMX track, area communities such as Oak Creek, Yampa and Hayden and the Ute Indian memorial. Over the two decades, more than $1.7 million has gone towards community recreation projects.