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With the help of you, our community, we are seeking to raise funds to sponsor 30 children for visits with Santa this year. For each $100 raised one child (or child plus siblings) will have the opportunity to participate in our Santa Experience sessions.
For the past decade, our community has pulled together to support locally owned businesses during the holiday season. This year, let's inspire more of us to join the movement to Shop Indie Local this holiday season and BEYOND. Please, join us!
Help Big Horn Records celebrate the untamed spirit of the American West and ensure that the heartfelt melodies of Wyoming continue to resonate for generations to come.
We dare to dream of a road to independence for all!
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Welcome to our campaign to bring back the vibrant glow of Downtown Rock Springs, Wyoming by restoring its iconic, historic and antique neon signs in partnership with Joe's Liquor & Bar and the Rock Springs Urban Renal Agency.
Join us... in building the first professional haunted attraction, and increasing tourism in Casper! Our Haunted Attraction will feature over 50 double-sided reusable attraction panels, UV paint for a one-of-a-kind 3D experience, 3D glasses, blacklights, and special effects like fog, bubbles, and lasers. We're offering exclusive rewards to our backers, including discounted attraction tickets, lifetime access passes, and other limited-edition merchandise. Our goal is to reach $10,000 by July 1st, 2023 so we can begin production this summer and have the attraction ready for opening night! #TurnOnTheDark2023
Food Connects nourishes Farm to School programs in the Monadnock Region. Be part of the movement to create Healthy Families, Thriving Farms, and Connected Communities today!
Are you an Ally of the LGBT community? Do you think human rights is an important issue? If so, then this campaign may be of interest to you. Supporting this campaign you will not only be supporting one local artist, but also the LGBT community as a whole. In the state of Wyoming many LGBT people go unnoticed. We know they exist, and this is the mission for this documentary is to show life from their perspective. How has life in Wyoming been for them? In these trying times, do they feel comfortable expressing their true selves? Whatever the case may be if you would like to donate and help support our goals please share this campaign.
Support the love of art by helping us raise funds for Saratoga's sunny dragonfly mural! We would like to help art students build their portfolio by allowing them to paint the Mercantile with cheerful and meaningful artwork. With your donation, this will support our local young artists to purchase paint, rent scaffolding, and be able to involve themselves in changing the facade of one of our prominent buildings in the downtown area of Saratoga. Your support will not only impact our young artists, you will also spread cheer and brighten everyone's day that drives by the mural. Murals not only spread cheer, but they create a sense of community, beautify community spaces and increase tourism!
Increasing tourism, economic activity, public health, safety, and sustainability by building a more walkable community.
HERAstory ™ Join the Journey with Tink Tink and Doo Doo© to create a common language for what it means to be human. The words and images discovered during the journey will be developed into a children’s book.
Are you human? Please help Tink Tink, Koda, and Doo Doo as they go on a journey to discover the words and images that make us human. Tink Tink thinks a lot. Tink Tink is fascinated by how things move. Tink Tink thinks that humans have a "motor" that makes them move called Inner Home™ and found 8 building blocks that will be used as the blueprint to build the Inner Home™. Each week as humans, we will become architects to help Koda, Tink Tink and Doo Doo build a common language for being human with one building block a week to develop the image = story of a human Each week Koda will provide a story game to decode and codify Archetypal story's. Tink Tink will ask thought- provocating questions with Card Conversations™and Doo Doo will explore the questions with art in action gathering images that define the words. From the gathered images and words we will create a children's book about a common language for what it is to be human called, Inner Home™. Join the build for all 8 weeks, a week at a time, or a day of the week to provide the words and images that make you human. All events will be hosted on an online storytelling platform. Please click on our reward options to join the journey and look for an email with further instructions.
Kay's Glass Studio will not only serve my personal need to create art glass but also share my passion and provide classes for interested individuals. Check out the rewards to create your own glass project!
Bring this Birth Center Earthside to Cheyenne: All Wyoming Women deserve birth options! Help us open our doors to excellent, quality midwifery and well-woman care for all Women in Wyoming!
Ebony Law is a diverse, innovative legal services business that makes working with a lawyer easy, affordable and comfortable. We’re on a mission to provide access to quality, affordable legal services for small businesses and nonprofits nationwide through our Legal Access Initiative for Small Businesses and Nonprofits that will underwrite 45 days of legal support for 100+ under-resourced organizations. By supporting this initiative, you will be strengthening the vitality of our nonprofit and small business communities. Join us in making this vision a reality!
Strange Blossom is building a hub for our local community to better connect with nature and themselves.
For the past decade, our Choose Indie Local partners have pulled together to support locally owned businesses. We invite you to fuel our movement!
Join the movement to put the cart before the horse. Help build out the Blushing Burro Mobile Libations Horse Trailer and bring a new inspiration to the Wyoming event community.
What makes daily life better for college students? Culturally-responsive foods from their home countries! (Check the local rewards for contributions of $25 or $50.)
Building a more welcoming and inclusive community through food.
MISSION STATEMENT The Yay Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) recognized non profit organization whose mission is to bring hope and strength to young adults ages 14-24 in underserved and disenfranchised communities negatively impacted by mental health issues such as addictions, suicides, depression and hopelessness. The Yay Foundation hopes to achieve this through… -Empowerment training focused on building confidence and improving self-worth through research backed tools and strategies -Arts education with an emphasis on encouraging self-confidence, self-discovery, and authenticity through creative expression -Connecting clients with trained facilitators for mentorship and resources for success and wellness. -Inspiring empowered thinkers to encourage hope, optimism and positive mindsets with the goal of impacting community mindsets.
WUNZ Apparel in Action is a social enterprise committed to impacting the lives of women and men who have experienced homelessness and are coming through recovery. Through our Make It Work pilot program, we will teach the basics of a trade in an environment that supports personal development and community-building.
Liberty's Ghost is dedicated to rekindling the torch of Liberty and reminding our citizen of the importance of our flag: that freedom isn’t free.
AMIBA is the leading national organization building the Local Economy Movement. Double the impact of every dollar you donate to build a strong local economy movement that is diverse, equitable, and sustainable.
Knight Affordable Housing Solutions – Create an Affordable Housing Development of 400-600 sq ft Houses in Cheshire County
Our project is build a community of smaller, more affordable houses in Cheshire County to help with the housing crisis and provide more options for people that can't afford or don't want the larger mortgage that comes with the larger houses that are currently on the market. Our goal is to build 1 to 2 bedroom 400-600 sq ft houses (not condos) for $100,000-$150,000 (under $1,000 monthly mortgage payment-including all taxes and insurance), each with their own yard, parking, privacy, rights to modify, etc. Besides a lower mortgage payment, living in a smaller house provides many benefits, including less cleaning and maintenance, more money to spend on fun stuff like traveling or freedom to work less, more time outside and with family/friends, less environmental impact/more sustainable, etc.
A community benefits when everyone brings their best to the table -- and White River Junction, VT businesses bring their best every day -- even through a pandemic, major road construction, and now flood damage. This campaign raises funds to help this collaborative, trusted network of small businesses recover from recent setbacks and build even greater resilience.
For the past decade, our community has pulled together to support locally owned businesses. This year, let's pull together even more. Please, join us!
We know that food insecurity continues to be a growing concern for many people in New England. Let's work together to make sure more of us have access to fresh, healthy, local, and organic food.
The Locals' Local Fund will support local farmers who will be selling fresh, local food at a negotiated price to Monadnock Mobile Food pantry. The Fund will be managed by the Monadnock Farm and Community Coalition in collaboration with The Community Kitchen, the operational partner for the mobile food pantry. The Monadnock Mobile Food Pantry is committed to strengthening an equitable and ecologically sound local food system by improving access to fresh, sustainably produced, local food for all Monadnock residents.
Emerging Patterns of Resilience: Northeast Permaculture in Action A Village Roots Book Can we create a future that is abundant and resilient in the Northeast? In Emerging Patterns of Resilience, Marty Castriotta will delineate patterns that can be used as trail maps to navigate an uncertain future. The book offers a clear case for why permaculture and why now, with the topic explained and explored in clear and compelling terms. Emerging Patterns of Resilience will explore some of the best examples of permaculture design, in the Northeast, with regard for the ecological and cultural patterns and practices that inform such design. This book aims to inspire the next generation, the climate generation, to co-create a future of abundance. At the same time, this book will be an important text for anyone in the Northeast who is ready to design and build systems with ecological and cultural regeneration in mind.
Join us in improving night skiing and riding at Whaleback, the Upper Valley’s nonprofit outdoor snowsports destination. First $5,000 in donations matched by a generous local donor!
Peanuts Dog Treats envisions a community where all animals are given an equal opportunity to live a long happy life with their forever family. Our local animal shelters give these animals the best chance of survival but they cannot do it alone. With your support of our start up business now, we will assist our community animal shelters with the caring for these animals in the future. Help us realize our vision!
Building a Racial Equity Growth Plan for our region, one that will eliminate racial inequities in our area and improve the outcomes of all racial groups.
Here at Elm City Compost, we are working on a handful of projects to advance waste diversion and sustainability efforts in the region. We are planning on expanding our Remote Drop-Off Services to surrounding towns, we have the chance to start a Pilot Compost Collection for local schools, and we are working to develop a compost site within Keene. We need community support to ensure these projects succeed. So, we are asking for your help, all of our amazing community, in raising $6,000 to grow this purpose-driven, locally owned company.
We cannot think of a recent time during which staying informed is more crucial. Understanding national, state and, most importantly, local events and their impact on you, as a reader and citizen, is vital. Help us expand this coverage, to provide you more trusted local news and to broaden your understanding of local events and developments by supporting our News for the Future campaign. Read more about the work our journalists have done this past year in our 2022 Community Impact Report at www.sentinelsource.com/impact.
At Aurora Bakery, we are creating a unique gathering place where individuals with differing abilities engage with the broader community.
The second annual Mermaid and Pirate World will be coming to Casper! A Picture my Story Event brought to you by Audie Jeans Photography and Dream Upon a Princess. We are pleased to announce a partnership with the Department of Family Services! We are seeking individuals and businesses to sponsor 150 children and their families. Donate $1 or donate $1000, every $50 will allow a child to enjoy a whole day of Mermaid and Pirate World Fun with their VIP pass to the event. If you’d like to sponsor a child or a family, sponsor a ticket to help a child in need enjoy a day of fun!
Our vision is that every child in the Monadnock Region and their families are thriving! Your gift can help make that vision a reality. Start Small. Think Big. is the early childhood development initiative of Impact Monadnock…because the future of the entire Monadnock Region depends on the success of our youngest citizens. The Early Childhood Development Initiative of Impact Monadnock targets all children in the Monadnock Region, from birth to age eight, and their families. It was created in response to research indicating that early childhood development is one of the most critical factors determining the future of all citizens throughout the entire region—because what happens to our youngest residents will have a powerful impact on our community’s future success and prosperity. The most important investment we can make—Focusing on the educational achievement and welfare of children from birth to age eight creates a strong foundation for their future health, happiness and economic opportunity. And this in turn, leads to more stability and prosperity for the communities where they live. Healthy children who succeed in school and find positive outlets for play and recreation are far more likely to become productive, contributing members of the community. This is why early childhood development programs like Start Small. Think Big. are so important for the future of our region.
Coming together to celebrate -- whether with food, music, holiday festivals or the arts -- has a long tradition of uniting our communities throughout the Monadnock Region. More than just a night out, local events become a part of our family traditions (think holiday lightings and annual parades), introduce new people to the region, and demonstrate all there is to enjoy here throughout the year.
Looking to 2022, help us cross the finish line and re-open the Sullivan Country Store.
Envision a space painted in greenery. The damp, familiar scent of rich soil. The pleasant buzz of busy pollinators, and perhaps the occasional quack from a happy duck as it roams the pasture. This is the vision for the Hillside Botanicals plant nursery that is coming to life, right here in the Heart of Vermont. Join our campaign today and help us bring more plants to more people!
For the past decade, our Shop Indie Local partners have pulled together to support locally owned businesses. Now, we invite you to fuel our movement!
Farmers are the heart of our region: providing fresh produce, caring for the land, and nourishing our community. With farmers being key to our local food system and conservation priorities, it is crucial that they too are supported. Here’s one great way — through the Monadnock Region’s Community Supported Solar for Farms project.
Parent College is an educational program that brings families from different backgrounds together with a common goal: helping their children to grow, succeed, and reach their full potential both as scholars and as human beings. This program empowers families, schools and communities to be fully engaged in children's growth and education by providing academic, leadership and life skills courses, offered in English and Spanish. With your help, Unity Alliance of Southern Idaho hopes to expand the program and make it even more accessible to under-served members of our community.
Revels North asks for your support as we raise $20,000 to help finance "The Christmas Revels Festival," December 17- 19, 2021 in downtown Lebanon, NH. This festival will include a free outdoor "Christmas Revels" production in the heart of Lebanon at Colburn Park, each day from 4:00-6:00pm. This outdoor celebration will include many of the elements audiences have come to expect from "The Christmas Revels" since 1975.
As big-name delivery apps made their way into the Upper Valley, they began taking profits away from business owners, underpaying delivery drivers, and providing subpar service. U.V.E.R. is different; we are committed to creating a delivery service that relies on customer satisfaction and keeping dollars local, helping communities thrive.
For the past decade, our community has pulled together to support locally owned businesses. This holiday season, we need to pull together even more. Please, join us!
Food Connects wants to help nourish Farm to School programs in the Monadnock Region. Be part of the movement to create Healthy Families, Thriving Farms, and Connected Communities today!
Our campaign will help us obtain new outdoor tables, chairs, and umbrellas in order to create a positive, safe outdoor dining patio. Support our campaign today!
We cannot think of a recent time during which staying informed is more crucial. Understanding national, state and, most importantly, local events and their impact on you, as a reader and citizen, is vital. Help us expand this coverage, to provide you more trusted local news and to broaden your understanding of local events and developments by supporting our News for the Future campaign.
Help us realize this vision: a community winery for producing raw, organic Vermont wine.
For 94 years, the Historical Society of Cheshire County has been connecting people with local history. And recently, we have learned that our history stories can reach a larger audience when we share our programs over the internet. State-of-the-art technologies will allow the Historical Society of Cheshire County to document, share, and broadcast our programs to the world. Virtual presentations can reach people who live far away or have barriers such as transportation or mobility issues.
The greater Sunapee area is rich with 125+ Arts and Cultural Assets that make the region an exceptional place to live, work and visit. Help us to AMPLIFY them! By creating an artful, hand-illustrated cultural asset map and powerful, complementary interactive website, the Sunapee Region Arts Atlas aims to define the region, promote a sense of place, and spur community and economic development in this under-represented region through the powerful lens of the arts.
The Grayson Gallery (GGAC) is raising operational funds to enable the organization to continue its mission to provide a venue for the arts! Help us support and encourage the local arts efforts for education, programs and events.
Children in the Monadnock region are the most important investment we can make—focusing on the welfare of children from birth to age eight creates a strong foundation for their future health and happiness. Help us raise $10,000 to support Impact Monadnock Every donation will be matched dollar for dollar up to $10,000 thanks to a group of MUW supporters: Dick & Kris Hill;Jeff Miller & Carol MacKinnon; Katie Schwerin & Bill Whyte; Tony & Barb Tremblay; John & Nancy Hann; Bridget & Peter Hansel.
We need your help to build an outdoor Community Classroom and Events Center so we can host groups and share music again! Boise Music Lessons is a family owned music studio that empowers adults, teens, and tweens to play together, regardless of their musical backgrounds, through multi-instrumental, song-based learning.
An outdoor patio for poses! Yoganna Love our new patio. Help us build a space where we can breath the mountain air while getting down, dog! We are raising money to build an outdoor cement pad.
Let's give our local restaurant economy a “shot in the arm” this winter and spring. Support our homegrown stimulus project!
Who do you want to see take a pie to the face, Jessica Stalder, Janine Jordan, Peggy Trent, or Pete Gosar? Support Laramie Reproductive Health!
Support projects addressing Living Wage Jobs & Equity in our region. Let's provide campaign teams with the extra resources they need to make their vision happen.
Support projects addressing Farms & Local Food in the Monadnock Region. Let's provide campaign teams with the extra resources they need to make their vision happen.
Support projects addressing Affordable Housing in the Monadnock Region. Let's provide them with the extra resources they need to make their vision happen.
Join United Way of Albany County (UWAC) this December for a "Month of Caring"! Now more than ever it's important to remember what makes us a community.
Because there will not be a live production of "The Christmas Revels" due to COVID-19, Revels North is instead producing a 15-20 minute film called "The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again," available to the public in November. Your support for this project will help make free viewings of the film possible and create work opportunities for those in the arts, as "The Christmas Revels" does every year. Those who make a living in the creative sector have been especially hard hit by COVID-19.
Help us raise $20,000 to support our grassroots, holistic strategy to revitalize the downtown you love! Browse our campaign below to see rewards from some of our downtown businesses.
Our region has proven time and again that we are Better Together. United Together, we can: • Ensure people have good food and safe homes to live in • Prepare children and families for success • Create financially stable homes With your support, we will eliminate fear and uncertainty. We will lift up our region. We will make it vibrant in the face of hardship.
Help us transform a once negative space into a welcoming sculpture park.
As demand for BySpoke - Beans By Bike continues to grow, we find ourselves in need of a back-up battery for Iris. With your support, we can keep Iris rolling and our community caffeinated!
We turn to our community to help us cover a portion of the cost of a refrigerated trailer. Your support will help us keep curbside pick-up available now and into the future.
Help us upgrade the electric service of our farm store to better handle our new display freezers and refrigerator and give us more capacity to make additional upgrades going forward.
Small dairy farms and artisan cheesemakers have been hit pretty hard by the pandemic, and we'd love to be able to support their work by featuring their products on our pizzas this year, without transferring this increased cost onto our customers, or cutting into what we're able to donate.
Support CC&D's Kitchen Market by helping us purchase essential safety equipment and supplies for the catering arm of our business.
Your support helps Village Roots Permaculture Farm purchase and install a Walk-In Cooler -- and provide more fresh, healthy and safe food to our community.
Support the development of our online course where people will learn how to create healthy, happy shared homes!
In these difficult times, local and trusted journalism is more important than ever. You can help The Keene Sentinel continue to provide vital news coverage for this region.
The Valley News needs financial support from the Upper Valley community to sustain local journalism threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us and make it easier to buy and sell local food in our community! Together we can build healthier families, thriving farms, and connected communities.
Investing in children is investing in the future of our community. Help kids access opportunities in our community that cultivate a successful adulthood.
Sunrise Farm is working to build the physical infrastructure needed to compost food scraps from the community to build healthy soil on the farm, divert food waste from the landfill, and strengthen the connections between the farm and community.
With your Help We Can Close the Loop and Build Healthy Soil!
We work to decrease food insecurity and increase food access to residents of the MVRSD. We can't do this without our beloved van Foodie!
Raising $5000 for our food insecurity and youth activism programs, so we can buy equipment, hire a garden manager, add more workshops, and partner with local organic farms!
Confetti Fiesta is a Latina-owned business based in East Los Angeles that creates unique handmade party decorations
Nonprofit ski area improving energy efficiency to become better stewards of the environment and reduce operational costs.
The Edible Prairie Project is a nonprofit organization working to get fresh food grown and produced in Northeast Wyoming into the hands of our local residents. Did you know that right here in Campbell County, WY more than 5,000 people – including 2,290 children - can’t afford nutritious food? Children should not have to worry about when and where their next meal will come from when school lets out for the summer, which is why we need your help creating a Summer Weekend Meals program for kids.
A community-funded effort geared toward supporting the individuals of our community who are in recovery by providing scholarships to attend regular yoga classes at Mudita.
YOU can help us inspire more of our friends and neighbors to support locally owned businesses by shifting more of our holiday spending to independent businesses. Show off your dedication to the local economy movement and support our campaign today!
Fast Charge Monadnock aims to lower greenhouse gases and increase regional sustainable living by investing in electric vehicle infrastructure. Stepping into the clean emissions future today requires investment in electric vehicle charging - specifically fast EV charging stations. Join us in bringing the first EV fast charger to the region, located at the Monadnock Food Co-op, and enable local and thoroughfare electric vehicle charging while enabling these zero emission vehicles to multiply on our roadways, reduce our regional vehicle greenhouse gas emissions, and increase our regional sustainability.
In communities all across America, bakeries are introducing their customers to the increased nutritional value and flavor of baked goods made with freshly milled flour. Through the acquisition of a hand-built stone mill from New American Stone Mills in Elmore, Vermont, we hope to be able to provide our community with a better tasting, more nutritious loaf while also bridging the gap between farmers and consumers.
A seed fund to help make a cooperative grocery store in Butte a reality.
Help us bring back the Dual-Toe-Post Sandal of Anahuac by supporting our fundraiser campaign for equipment and materials.
Due to popular demand & community needs we are opening another facility in Livingston, MT.
Help build a base of social and financial support for recent graduates transitioning into meaningful work serving Goshen.
Raising capital to bring a beer garden to Monroe!
We plan to purchase and install solar energy for our two sites in order to: (1) free up resources for patient care, (2) contribute to a cleaner environment, and (3) improve the health of our community.
Help support the Goshen Farmers Market at our first fundraiser at the Goshen Brewing Company on Nov. 15th. 2018
Leveraging the power of crowdfunding to make wonderful ideas happen -- projects that support a local, green and fair economy in the Monadnock region.
Red Tractor Pizza will raise funds for a wall sized mural raising awareness for Gallatin Valley Farm to School.
Helping Goshen see a bigger picture of itself and the wider world, through interactive and introspective mixed-media experiences.
Vacayrx (vacayrx.com) is an alternative platform for the vacation rental industry which offers increased transparency and cost savings!
MAxT Makerspace seeks to create a new space for local consultants, entrepreneurs and creative people to work, meet and collaborate.
Bringing Cheshire Garden popsicles to more people with a solar powered cooler.
Creating a blank canvas of opportunity for the arts in Downtown Keene
The NH Bee Initiative Brings The Good of the Hive to Paint a Mural
Farmented Foods wants to expand to build a fermented foods subscription service to bring their delicious products straight to your home.
If you think kids like testing boundaries, wait 'til you see them testing truths. This history edugame uses the scientific method to reveal the complex nature of the past. Consensus could be raucous. Are you in?!
This presentation will highlight the importance of community seed sharing programs and discuss how a seed library functions and how to get one started in your neighborhood.
If you live in Powell, work in Powell, have a family in Powell, attend a church in Powell, eat out in Powell, enjoy live music in Powell, attend school and college in Powell, THIS COMMUNITY EVENTS SIGN IS FOR YOU! Every little contribution helps and we are almost there. Help keep our community vibrant by supporting our Community Events Sign so that we have one more way to spread the word about our fantastic events!
24-HR MAYOR'S $$ CHALLENGE: Raise $1,500 by 10 a.m. Thursday May 10, to cut off Mayor Stutsman's man-bun
We need your support to help complete our project.
Bring locally sourced power to local farmers through a Community Supported Solar framework.
These seniors in high school aren't just learning about businesses, they're actually starting them! Each student-driven business supports a social cause -- it's entrepreneurship for the greater good, and you can help make it happen!
Creating places to play throughout Downtown Monroe.
Help us raise a barn! A well-designed building is like a generator on a farm: producing the materials and ideas that feed the entire system.
The Montessori Schoolhouse Outdoor Classroom Project
We turn to you -- our renewing Monadnock Buy Local members -- to help us transition into a stronger and more financially viable network.
The Bicycle Mayor of Keene accelerates the progress of cycling in the Monadnock region by focusing on three areas: education, creation and connection -- with an aim to get more people on more bikes more often.
We're looking to make our Main Street safer and more welcoming for all.
In founding Rooted Yoga and starting the Yoga Outreach Project, my intention is to give others the same chance I had: to find healing and hope through the practice of Yoga. Several times over, Yoga has given me a way to step out of pain and fear, and showed me how to live a full and joyous life. I believe that everyone deserves this same chance. The Yoga Outreach Project aims to give our community members, regardless of their ability to pay, an introduction to the healing practice of Yoga. Your support helps Rooted Yoga create Butte's own Yoga-Mobile, a mobile 'studio' that will bring Yoga and other innovative therapeutic services to under-served community members struggling with mental health and looking for a way to heal from trauma.
Help us provide a community for women which includes a safe, inspiring space, project supplies and skill development that lead to gainful employment. Your gift will help pay for instructors, childcare, much needed sewing machines and sergers, sewing machine repairs and supplies needed to continue the classes.
The Fernwood Studio, currently the basement at Cowgirl Yarn, will be a community hub for fiber folk to grow, learn, explore and gather.
Support performing arts in Laramie! With your help Relative Theatrics will produce a year of quality, thought-provoking theatre in 2017/18.
Making Connections Visible and Rewards Sweeter
Your support will help us build a better home for the artists, makers, inventors, and entrepreneurs of Butte.
I'm writing a book, "Butte's Bygone Ballrooms: A Social History," to record the Mining City's rich, cultural dance history.
Our goal is to create an engaging, problem-solving and student-centered learning environment through a variety of flexible seating options.
Help us purchase equipment to employ persons with disabilities in making sandbags!
Higher Grounds is a full service bakery and organic fair trade coffee house dedicated to quality.
Hello World! We are launching our hand-sewn, Wyoming-Proof limited edition bike bags.
Help FIRSST raise funds for a Safety Shuttle. The service gives Goshen College students free and confidential rides home on weekend nights.
This community-oriented project is to design and build a barn for the animals used in our educational and visitor services programs.
Due to popular demand & community needs we are opening a second facility in Belgrade.
From Archway Farm Bringing the best locally grown food to a cart near you.
Creating a public space for artists, craftspersons and interested individuals to learn, create, share and support each other.
Naughty Fruit is the Dehydrated Spiced Fruit Snack made in the Teton Valley for the active healthy snacker on the GO. Flavorful, Spiced, Yum
Help us build a stage that allows for musicians, recording engineers, and filmmakers to create.
With your support to help purchase the equipment, food entrepreneurs can get started and grow their business in this culinary incubator!
Touchstone is the cornerstone project of the Laramie Artist Project, a consortium of Laramie and Albany County artists.
Dance is good for the Heart, Mind, Body & Soul!
Bring a wheelchair-accessible swing to an Evanston public park to increase play opportunities in our community for children of all abilities
We need to install new "washable" flooring in our coffee shop and the main pathway from the front door.
Raising money for juicing equipment that will help my business prosper and keep up with the demand of freshness!!
Expanding and Enlightening Evanston's Yogis and their practice with ongoing instructor training. The more we learn the better we teach.
Support Positive Progressions in our quest to provide the best and most up-to-date technology to our clients, our children