The SSF Foundation's 4th Annual Match Madness Campaign raised $54,920 for 22 Summit County non-profits in just 4 days!
In the record time of just 4 days, the SSF Foundation's September Match Madness Campaign is complete. Starting on September 1, $25,000 in donations made by generous community members were matched by the Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation. In total, the 4th Annual Match Madness Campaign raised over $56,395 for 22 Summit County non-profits.
We want to thank the donors who supported September Match Madness, and the brokers and staff of Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate who raised the $25,000 in matching funds. And most of all, we're thankful for the local non-profits in Summit County who make our community the very best place to call 'home'.
It is still a great time to donate to your favorite local non-profit through the SSF Foundation, but donations will no longer be matched. If you made a donation during Match Madness, please look out for a thank you and tax receipt in your e-mail. Non-profits receiving funds will receive a breakdown of all donations made.
Organizations benefiting from September Match Madness include: Advocates for Victims of Assault, Blue River Horse Center, Breckenridge Backstage Theatre, Breckenridge Film Festival, Breck Music, CASA of the Continental Divide, Continental Divide Land Trust, Domus Pacis Family Respite, Far View Horse Rescue, Father Dyer Breckenridge Food Pantry, Friends of the Dillon Ranger District, High Country Conservation Center, Keystone Science School, Lake Dillon Theatre Company, League for Animals and People of Summit (LAPS), Mountain Top Children's Museum, National Repertory Orchestra, Summit Community Care Clinic, Summit Habitat for Humanity, Summit Concert Band, Summit Music and Arts, and Summit Historical Society.
Thank you again for all of the generous support that made September Match Madness an overwhelming success!