What is the Tin Cup Challenge? A brief history.

A Charitable Legacy An incredible legacy of charitable giving in the Tetons began in 1997 when an anonymous couple donated $500,000 to create an innovative fundraiser that would support local nonprofits and inspire community giving – Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities was born. Graciously Old Bill’s and the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole incorporated…

What it means to be a Challenger

  Accept the challenge as a business, a community member or both! Challengers are a special group of corporations and individuals who give $1,000 or more to the Challenger Fund each year during the 9-week giving period of the Tin Cup Challenge. Gifts to the Challenger Fund are used to provide matching grants to participating…

Two Ways to Give: Tin Cup Challenge

There are two ways to give during the Tin Cup Challenge. During this 9-week giving period, you can donate to the Designated Nonprofit Fund, the Challenger Fund or both. Choose to donate to the Designated Nonprofit Fund and 100% of your donation goes to the designated nonprofits of your choice during the giving period. Your…

Tin Cup Challenge Q & A

Q: What is the Tin Cup Challenge? A: One of the most innovative charitable fundraisers in the nation, the Tin Cup Challenge is also one of the most successful. In 2016, the event raised $1,263,829 from 964 donors. Since 2008, this event has raised an astounding $9,546,466, directly benefitting Teton Valley’s cherished nonprofits working tirelessly to…

New Community Foundation Staff up to the Challenge

The Community Foundation of Teton Valley is pleased to announce that Claire Vitucci has been hired to serve as the new Marketing and Administrative Assistant for the foundation. Vitucci brings a wealth of marketing and systems experience that she is excited to utilize towards benefiting the community at large through the Community Foundation’s supporting role…