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Last of funds awarded in John Denver’s honor

The John Denver "Spirit" statue was removed from the Windstar property in Old Snowmass in 2013 and was installed at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame at Red Rocks.
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JOHN DENVER ASPENGLOW FUND DONATIONS

2013

Aspen Community School $153,000

Cradle to Career Initiative

Preschool on Wheels program $450,000

Aspen TREE $66,620

Rocky Mountain Institute

Reinventing Fire China project $1M

EcoFlight $75,000

Wilderness Workshop $15,000

United Way of Oklahoma $100,000

Colorado Music Hall of Fame $10,600

WindWalkers $27,000

LIFT-UP $50,000

Friends of Aspen Animal Shelter $10,000

Total $1,957,220

2014

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies $18,000

Aspen Community School $99,999

Aspen Global Change Institute $180,000

Aspen Homeless Shelter $18,000

Aspen Public Radio $150,000

Aspen TREE $27,198

Challenge Aspen $93,900

Colorado Music Hall of Fame $10,000

Cradle to Career Initiative $99,999

Ecoflight $72,000

Feed My Sheep Ministry $45,000

First Light Foundation $220,000

LIFT-UP $36,000

Murie Center $50,000

Roaring Fork Conservancy

John Denver Sanctuary $70,000

Snowmass-Capitol Creek Caucus $18,000

The Buddy Program $25,000

Valley Settlement Project $115,000

Wilderness Workshop $25,000

Windwalkers Equine

Assisted Learning and Therapy $36,000

Yampah Mountain School $14,994

Total $1,424,090

2015

Aspen TREE $36,000

Aspen Writers Foundation $45,000

Children and Nature Network $45,000

Huts for Vets $54,000

Lucky Day Animal Rescue $45,000

Rock The Earth $81,000

River Center of New Castle $4,500

Total $311,000


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