We love the Pagosa Springs community!
We have chosen to build our lives in this beautiful corner of the state. We enjoy everything Pagosa Springs has to offer and actively look for was to give back to this community that we love so much!
Here are some of the organizations we contribute to…
The Humane Society of Pagosa Springs is a private, nonprofit organization serving Archuleta County. Their mission is to provide a safe haven for animals in need, to promote adoptions, to reunite lost animals with their owners and to humanely reduce pet overpopulation through community education and aggressive spay/neuter programs.
They’re a group of moms who saw a need in the Pagosa Springs community to offer an alternative playground where kids could play indoors when the weather or other options were not conducive to playing outdoors. Pagosa Play Place is an indoor playground concept for children ages 0-10 with a specially designed play structure, climbing wall, plenty of room to run and jump and a great place for families to host birthday parties as well.
The mission of the Pagosa Springs Athletic Booster Club is to help all athletes at Pagosa Springs High School excel in their sport by helping pay for uniforms, large equipment and other essential items needed to play.
The 4-H Youth Development Program is a growing, changing, and evolving organization of youth, volunteers, and paid staff who work together to provide a safe environment where Colorado 4-H youth develop life skills.
The 4-H Youth Development Program is unique from other youth organizations through its relationship with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA); Colorado State University (CSU), the state’s land-grand university; and Cooperative Extension (CE). The programs are researched-based, age-appropriate, and designed for experiential learning.
FACE is a non-profit organization that supports programs to enhance academic opportunities for students K–12 in Archuleta County, Colorado. Groups or individuals who have innovative or established educational programs are encouraged to submit proposals to the FACE board of directors for consideration.