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Denver | Intermountain West’s Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Monday - June 27

Staying involved with local professional peers, funders, clients, competitors and neighbors helps power your network and the foundations of your nonprofit. We continuously gather the latest nonprofit news–keeping you connected with the local Denver/Boulder/Salt Lake/Boise nonprofit sector!

A rock band + our own rock star musicians = an unforgettable summer concert! Join us in Park City (as these Bostonians would say, Pahk City!), grab some clam chowder (yes, really!), and spread out your blankets on the Deer Valley hill for @guster, July 30:

We’ve mentioned it before, but cutting down on energy can seriously reduce emissions into the atmosphere. Smart thermostats are an easy way to cut back on both heating and cooling costs. Using a Nest Thermostat E results in average savings of $131 to $145 a year.

Colorado — We’ll see you soon.

If you’re protesting with us, know your rights!

The BCBA joins with the Colorado Women’s Bar in expressing apprehension over the US Supreme Court Decision in Dobbs. We share their concerns about ramifications for women’s healthcare as well as possible implications for future decisions. Read more below:

Reproductive rights are an essential part of the ability for all pregnant people to achieve socio-economic independence. Read former reproductive rights organizer and CFI's very own Communication Associate Kaylee Kaestle's take on the overturning of Roe:

Nonprofit Job Alert: Executive Director - Executive Director - Red Lodge, MT

We need to raise $5,000 by June 30 to continue our mission covering one of America’s most important stories: the effort to improve schools for all children. Help us today:

Denver's citywide transportation plan, Denver Moves Everyone 2050, needs your input by the end of this month—that's in three days! This is your last chance to tell @DenverDOTI how to spend its transportation dollars at

Insight of what to do when things aren't working out at your #nonprofit . explained how 'Curiosity' plays a role in moving the organization and yourself forward.
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What is it good for? Nothing! Don't idle. 🙅‍♀️

Instead, turn off your car and help keep the air clean.

#LiveToBreathe #ShowUCAIR

Our next 2021-2022 Excel Award winner, Kirsten Federico, clearly inspires exploration and learning. One student wrote, “Ms. Federico helps us learn science and I love all the experiments.”

Thank you, Ms. Federico, and thank you, McNeil Engineering for sponsoring her award

The final days of Thanksgiving in June are here!

Thanksgiving in June is the City of Trees Real Estate annual effort to raise food, funds, and awareness for The Idaho Foodbank.

To support their efforts, please visit -

Learn more about Bitterbrush and director Emilie Mahdavian via Indiewire:
Bitterbrush is now playing at Broadway.
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After 23 years of incredible service, Kim Anderson is retiring from Humanities MT on June 30. Kim’s knowledge & expertise guided Humanities MT programs & grantmaking for over 2 decades. To honor Kim, our board of directors passed a resolution:

Since opening its doors less than a year ago, St. Luke's Clinic - Lifestyle Medicine: Nampa is making a major difference in the western Treasure Valley for patients like Lowell, a farmer, who said "I would say it was very successful for me."
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