Nonprofit Roundup: July 2017

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The American Mountain Guide Association (AMGA), a Boulder-based nonprofit dedicated to supporting the American mountain guiding and climbing instructor community, recently announced a partnership with SPOT LLC, a leader in satellite messaging and emergency technologies. SPOT will become the official field communications provider for AMGA, providing guides with access to emergency services while in the field. Visit the AMGA website to learn more about AMGA and how they set the standards for instruction in mountain guiding.

Save the date! After yesterday’s Fourth of July fireworks, October might feel pretty far away, but Voices For Children CASA is already preparing for their annual Night of Hope event on October 5th in Longmont, CO. With live music, food and drink, and a silent auction benefiting Voices for Children CASA of Boulder County, this is a night you won’t want to miss. Registration opens July 12.

Congratulations to the WILD Foundation, whose Mali Elephant Project has been awarded the 2017 Equator Prize by the United Nations Development Programme! The Mali Elephant Project, a joint program of the WILD Foundation and the International Conservation Fund of Canada, is one of 15 community-based projects from around the world that provide innovative solutions for tackling poverty, environment, and climate challenges. Since the Mali Elephant Project’s anti-poaching unit became fully operational in February 2017, no elephants have been poached. Follow the WILD Foundation’s blog for updates on this amazing initiative.


School’s out, but the summer program at Ann Arbor Academy is only just beginning! Ann Arbor Academy is one of the top independent schools for students who learn differently, and their summer program helps students stay on track academically, build learning skills, and experience fun activities in a socially supportive environment. Designed for students with learning differences and disabilities such as ASD, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia and NVLD, this fun and educational summer program continues through August 11.

Washington, DC

City Gate, a nonprofit providing after-school and educational programs for children in Washington DC’s neighborhoods of greatest need, recently launched a youth leadership program for middle- and high-school students. This five-week institute will inspire critical thinking, innovation, and leadership skills through motivational speakers, field trips to museums, colleges, and historical sites, and one-on-one academic assistance to prepare for the school year.