Tin Cup Challenge Grant Program
The Community Foundation of Teton Valley hosts the Tin Cup Challenge Grant Program annually. This program encompasses an 8-week, streamlined giving period for all participating nonprofits. The Foundation solicits gifts for all participating organizations with a box mailer to all Teton County, ID residents and markets the campaign thoroughly over the 8-week giving period. The 3rd Saturday in July marks the culmination of everyone’s efforts on Event Day. This celebration includes a community race and family-friendly, nonprofit booths at the Driggs City Park.
During the giving period, the Foundation and its Board work double-time to solicit donations for the Challenger Fund. The Challenger fund covers the cost of Event Day, gift processing, and provides a matching grant (of variable percentage) to participating nonprofits for the first $25K they bring in during the giving period.
11th Annual Tin Cup Challenge Application Period is CLOSED
11th Annual Tin Cup Challenge Giving Period
Friday, June 1, 2018 @ 9 AM – Friday, July 27, 2018 @ 5 PM
All donations must be received by 5 PM on July 27th in the Community Foundation of Teton Valley
or Community Foundation of Jackson Hole office.
11th Annual Tin Cup Challenge Nonprofit Resources
Use of Logos in Marketing Materials:
Only organizations that have received a Tin Cup Challenge Acceptance Letter may use the logo. The logo for the 11th Annual Tin Cup Challenge will be made available the end of April. If you have questions, please contact Carrie Mowrey, Executive Director, at [email protected] or call 208.354.0230.
Tin Cup Logo (Zip File)
All eligible nonprofits receive access to Donor View where they can track gifts made on behalf of their organizations. A username and password to access the site are included in acceptance letters. Visit Nonprofit View >
The Board of Directors shall have the power to modify or eliminate any restriction, condition, limitation or trust imposed with respect to any funds or property the title to which has become vested in this corporation if, in the sole judgment of the Board of Directors, such restriction, condition, limitation or trust becomes unnecessary, incapable of fulfillment or inconsistent with the charitable needs of the community or area served.