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Donor Advised Funds

These funds are created by individuals or families for the benefit of other non-profit organizations.

For more information about creating your own donor-advised fund, click here.

The Salvation Army Fund at Onward!
Established December 2006
This fund was established by two anonymous families to provide monthly gifts to the local chapter of the Salvation Army. The funds have been used to expand operations at the CortezĀ location and to provide monthly funding for general operations.

The Golden Dreams Foundation Fund
Established January 2010
This fund was created through an inheritance gift fromĀ a local family. The fund provides grants to non-profit organizations, including a generous grant to the Bridge Emergency Shelter to assist them in re-establishing the Day Labor Center in Cortez.

The Education Support Fund
Established October 2015

This fund was established by a local family for the benefit of Manaugh Elementary School. Funds are directed to items and activities that will enhance the ability of educators to provide a high quality learning experience.

The Yellow Jacket Charitable Fund
Established October 2017

This fund was created by a family to help enhance the Onward! Grant Cycle.

The Heartwood Fund
Established November 2017

This fund was established by a family in Montezuma County to support non-profits in the four corners area.

Christa Cushmon - Cortez Animal Shelter Fund
Established May 2018
This fund was created with a generous donation in the memory of Christa Cushmon to support the Cortez Animal Shelter.

Seeding KSJD's Future Fund
Established May 2019
This fund was created through a local donor to create a fund that looks towards helping KJSD as they grown in the future especially towards capital investments and expenditures.

Cortez Public Library, Cultivating Sacred, The Bridge Emergency Shelter, The Day Labor Center, Community Radio Project (KSJD) and the Sunflower Theatre.

2019-2020 Golden Dreams Grant Winners: The Cortez Public Library, The Bridge Shelter & Day Labor Center, and the Community Radio Project (KSJD) & Sunflower Theatre.