Placeholder
Alert here

Create an Account

Some text here

Import Trip Plans

You or someone using this computer or device previously created Trip Plans.
What should we do with these plans?
Make these Trip Plans part of my account
Discard these Trip Plans

Login

Some text here

Password Reset

Please enter the email you used to set up your account.
We'll send a link to use to reset your password.

Check Your Email

If there is an account with the email address , we will send you a link to reset your password
Giving Back in Estes Park

Giving Back in Estes Park

Estes Give Back business partners reinvest in our local community by giving 1% of sales to Estes Valley nonprofits through cash donations, in-kind services, merchandise, and/or employee volunteer time. The collective impact of the Give Back Partners elevates the vital work of an already robust nonprofit community. 1% is a big deal! Locals and guests make a point to support these generous businesses.

Give Back Partners in action

Kind Coffeecreates special blends that celebrate and support specific causes. A portion of each sale goes to the cause. They designed a Library Roast Coffee for the Estes Valley Library’s Centennial, and created Flood Mud for local flood relief.

Mountain Home Cafésupports the Rotary’s Duck Race (which raises money for all nonprofits), Rooftop Rodeo, Relay for Life, and Cinco de Mayo celebration (our town’s tastiest potluck).

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factorydonated $8,000 for flood relief and regularly donates goods for fundraisers and door prizes.

Poppy’s Pizza & GrillandMama Rose’shave “Giving Thursday,” a day when 25% of their sales go to a nonprofit that has made a positive impact on their business and their staff. Both restaurants host fundraising dinners and donate food to nonprofits and school groups.

The owner ofThe White Orchid, Liz & Jo’s, The Spruce House,andThe Christmas Shoppevolunteers and serves on nonprofit boards.

Snowy Peaks Winerycontributes to nonprofits that focus on the environment, children and family, and the arts.

Estes Park Mountain Shopsupports many organizations through contributions, sponsorships, and their employee volunteer program. The organizations they have supported include St. Baldrick’s Day, Partners Mentoring Youth, Families for Estes, Estes Park Learning Place, and the Recreation & Parks Department.

Locally owned and operatedEstes Park Newsis constantly promoting nonprofit events in their weekly newspaper (available for free around town).

Other Give Back business partners include Mueller Pye & Associates, CPA; Rustic Mountain Charm; Band of Estes Park; Smith Sign Studio & Wishes Fulfilled; CANDO! Competent Assistance for Nonprofits; The Abel Team-Keller Williams Realty Northern Colorado; andVacationlandandRestaurant Guide.

To learn more or to connect with local nonprofits, go toepnonprofit.org.

Loading...

Opening in a new tab...
Title area