Philanthropy Club and Grants
Telluride High School Philanthropy Club

Telluride High School Philanthropy Club is a student run leadership organization that teaches High School Students the importance of service, philanthropy, and the non-profit sector. For more than a decade Telluride High School Students have fundraised, volunteered, developed yearly mission statements, and directly impacted non-profits in Telluride and Southwestern Colorado through grant making.


Philanthropy Club Crocheted Hats
are donated to Angel Baskets yearly



Mission Statement

In 2016/2017 THS Philanthropy Club Students will attempt to meet their $2000 fundraising goal and grant monies to San Miguel County Regional non-profits in the areas of Education and Environment.


Grant Application              Cover Letter

In 2015/2016 THS Philanthropy Club Students granted monies to San Miguel County Regional non-profits in the areas of Health and Emergency Services. The spring 2015 grants decisions were...$200 Tri-County Health, $800 Center for Mental Health, and $200 SMRC
Phil_13kids
In 2014/2015 THS Philanthropy Club Students will attempt to meet their $2000 fundraising goal and grant monies to regional non-profits in the
areas of civic & community and the environment. We raised $3000, more than our goal! The spring 2015 grants decisions were...$250 Mesa Land Trust, $500 One to One, $500 Telluride Academy, $750 Sheep Mountain Alliance, and $1000 San Miguel Resource Center.

In 2013/14 THS Philanthropy Club donated to regional non-profits in the areas of education and sports & recreation. The spring 2014 grants decisions were…$300 to Telluride Academy, $500 to San Miguel Resource Center, $500 to Pinhead Institute, $600 to One to One and $700 to Adaptive.

In 2012/13 THS Philanthropy Club donated to regional non-profits in the areas of education and health.  The spring 2013 grants decisions were…$250-Senior Community Meals, $500-SMRC, $450-Telluride Academy, $1000-One-to-One, and $500-Pinhead. 


In 2011/12 THS Philanthropy Club donated to regional non-profits in the areas of education and sports and recreation.  The spring 2012 grants decisions were... $350-Angel Baskets, $250-Sheridan Arts Foundation, $250-Telluride Institute/WEP, $1500-One to One, $900-Colorado Mountain Club and $500-San Miguel Resource