Did you know Teton County is one of the most philanthropic counties in the nation. The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole excels in the business of philanthropy and represents hundreds of people and organizations - some small, others large - who care about Jackson Hole. These funds are busy feeding the hungry, caring for the sick and elderly, protecting wildlife, fighting to keep kids off drugs, counseling the depressed and abused, building affordable homes and enriching all our lives through the arts and humanities.
Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities is one of the most innovative and successful fundraisers in the nation. In 2016, the event raised $12,150,629 from nearly 3,774 donors. Since 1997, this event has raised an astounding $133 million. There is still time to give to your favorite charities (deadline is 5pm on September 15th). Giving to Old Bill’s is easy and fun - no donation is too small. Click for more information on giving. We hope you can join us Saturday, September 9th, for Old Bill’s at the Jackson Town Square!
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