BACers (the Bobcat Athletic Club / Bobcat Booster Club), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping and enhancing the lives of the athletes enrolled in the Estes Park Middle and High School.
Boys & Girls Clubs in Estes Park provides a safe, fun, and affordable place for elementary school-aged kids to go during out-of-school hours. Our programs include unique opportunities for academic enrichment, art & music education, social-emotional learning, fitness & athletics, social recreation, and more.
The Estes Park Education Foundation (EPEF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation that will work to inspire community investment through exemplary student learning experiences today to develop our citizens tomorrow. With the support of our community and a high quality education, all Estes Park school District R-3 students will graduate as thriving, successful, responsible citizens. (Mission and Vision Statements).
The Estes Park Education Foundation provides supplemental funds for innovative educational ideas, which otherwise may not be supported due to lack of state funding (Estes Park School District is currently ranked 108 out of 178 in Colorado for per-pupil funding) and/or other constraints for the district, including more flexibility in acquiring and dispensing funds. Funds raised by and for the Foundation enhance the school district revenues provided by taxpayers, state aid, and other public funding sources. Additionally, the EPEF generates community involvement and highlights the many accomplishments of the Estes Park School District and its students.
Estes Park School District Libraries bring a world of information to the students of Estes Park. Through partnership with the public library and Eagle Rock School, patrons across the Estes Valley can now take advantage of borrowing from over 1,000,000 titles from our 5 physical sites and eMaterials.
The Estes Valley Recreation and Park District (The Rec) offers many youth programs and activities. Many Bobcat Sport Clinics are available for the youth of Estes Park to improve their skills. The Rec also provides a complete exercise facility including pool, weights, gymnasium, golf simulator, indoor track and many other features.
Mission: Believing that education unlocks dreams, we support students of all ages – inspiring a lifelong love of learning.
The Estes Park Learning Place believes education is the key that unlocks dreams. EPLP provides K-12 tutoring, GED support, SAT/ACT preparation, career development support, and more, for youth and adults in the Estes Valley.
A need-based scholarship program is an integral part of the Learning Place’s ability to effectively serve the community. The goal of this program is to never let someone’s financial situation keep him/her from reaching his/her full potential.
United Way of Larimer County tackles issues that matter most to our community and uses a collaborative approach to accomplish more together. We provide opportunities for businesses, individuals and organizations to be involved in strengthening Larimer County.
United Way of Larimer County leads philanthropy in our community, ensuring that gifts of time, talent, and treasure address today’s greatest needs – and reduce tomorrow’s.
The YMCA of the Rockies offers camps and opportunities for local youth, as well as visitors, of Estes Park. The YMCA also provides a building facility for our Options Program that supports home school students.