$1,600 Available of $20,000 for 2021
As of 6/9/2021
New for fall of 2020! We would like to thank The Colorado Health Foundation for their generous grant to help our community. Learn more about this Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion grant HERE.
As part of this grant, Mountain Rec has new scholarship funds available to anyone who has been financially impacted due to COVID-19 — families, single adults, adult couples, seniors, whomever! Funds may be used by any adult or child.
Mountain Rec has up to $20,000 total from October 2020 through September 2021 to award scholarships to individuals, on a first-come first-served basis. Funds will be awarded for specific programs or activities. Awards will be determined based on individual need shown in the scholarship application below.
All scholarships are subject to availability of funds and class space. New scholarship funds will become available in October 2021 and in October 2022.
Please note that if you have already received the EVBH Scholarship in 2020, you are not eligible to apply for this scholarship at this time.
- Application Process
- Complete the application form below
- Upon approval, scholarship funds will be applied to your requested programs.
- Please create a CivicRec account HERE, if you do not currently have one. Click on “Log In/Create Account” in the top left corner.
- Please call (970) 777-8888 for more information or questions
- Eligible Programs & Activities
Scholarship funds can be used for ANY Mountain Rec adult or youth program and activity. Individuals can also apply scholarship funds towards a three-month membership (youth, adult, senior, couple, senior couple, family, adult +1 child) to the Gypsum Rec Center. We invite you to browse our website for all current offerings and determine what would best suit your needs.
Questions? Please email us at info@MountainRec.org
Mountain Recreation will use application information only for approval of scholarship funds. Strict confidentiality will be maintained at all times during the decision and registration processes. Program leaders will not be informed of a participant’s scholarship status.