Together, with the help of generous donors, we
make incredible things possible; elevating the quality
of life for everyone in our community.
Enhance your passion for impact across all that the Vail Valley Foundation has to offer by donating to our general fund and becoming a member. Connect with your fellow donors and enjoy a range of social benefits and unique experience all while supporting the Vail Valley Foundation’s overarching mission.
There is no better gift than the gift of education. By giving a gift to YouthPower365 you can ensure that more than 4,000 youth in Eagle County will continue to be served through our signature programs. YouthPower365 provides a complete cradle to career pathway for participants.
**If you are a Colorado state income tax payer and would like this gift to support a Colorado Childcare Contribution Tax Credit (CCTC) qualifying program, please indicate your preference when completing your donation. Thank You!
Nestled amid the beauty and splendor of the Colorado Rockies, the Vail Dance Festival, with all of its artistry, excitement and international appeal, is heralded as one of the world’s most treasured summer dance events. But, ticket sales alone cover only one-third of the Festival’s operating costs.
By donating to the Vail Dance Festival, you are not only supporting the greatest dance programming in the world, but you’re also investing in:
- FREE lawn tickets to kids 12 and under
- FREE community events like Dancing in the Streets and Village Vignettes
- FREE Celebrate the Beat Pop Hop Camps
- Master Class Series for the next generation of artists
- Community Arts Access that works to eliminate socioeconomic barriers to the arts
Only 25% of the $4 million required to keep the VVF’s Vilar Performing Arts Center open comes from ticket sales. The remaining 75% must be raised through corporate and individual contributions. Your gifts make it possible for us to continue to bring performances of the highest caliber to the VPAC.
If a donor is giving to VVF through an entity in which you have already received a tax-deduction, such as a Private Foundation, DAF, Charitable Trust and/or if a portion of your gift is being made through a Matching Gifts Program, there may be restrictions specific to receiving benefits. Please contact your tax-adviser if you have questions regarding your specific situation. The Vail Valley Foundation cannot knowingly facilitate a donor receiving an improper tax deduction or other benefit nor can we knowingly accept a gift that would result in impermissible private inurement or private benefit, an “excess benefit transaction” (as defined in section 4958 of the Internal Revenue Code), or self-dealing (as defined in section 4941 of the Internal Revenue Code).