Twelve local nonprofits to benefit from 5th Annual WyoGives Day


SUBLETTE COUNTY and STATEWIDE — This year, the 5th Annual WyoGives falls on National Wyoming Day, July 10. As Wyoming celebrates 134 years of statehood, folks are invited to support Wyomings nonprofits, including twelve based in Sublette County.

WyoGives is an initiative of the Wyoming Nonprofit Network. The statewide, 24-hour fundraising event is designed to bring the Cowboy State together as one community raising money and awareness for nonprofits. 

Participating organizations are urging the public to go online to support local causes and help make Wyoming communities stronger.  

Sublette County has a record of 12 nonprofits participating in this years giving day.

Participating Sublette County organizations:
Bridges Out of Poverty of Sublette County provides a framework that gets all the key people in the community on the same page to address the root causes of poverty here and provides a path forward for residents motivated to become more self-reliant. We are building and deepening relationships, listening closely to our neighbors, and working together to develop creative solutions to strengthen our community. 

Childrens Discovery Center provides quality, affordable early childhood education with a focus on the environment. Our mission is to maintain a safe, healthy, creative and nurturing environment to address children’s developmental and educational needs while providing daily learning and engagement inside and outside of the classroom in the natural world.
Friends of the Bridger-Teton supports the 3.4 million acres of the Bridger-Teton National Forest; the land, the people, the animals and the future. In 2024, they are hosting 40 summer ambassadors and 10 winter ambassadors to help promote recreating responsibly through sustainable stewardship and education. In 2023, their ambassadors put out over 150 unoccupied fires, installed 90 fire rings, prevented invasive species spread, managed wildlife conflicts through proper food storage and bear safety education, and reduced the occurrence of human and pet waste on the BTNF.  
Friends of PAC’s mission is to ensure supplemental funding and community engagement for ongoing recreational services and facilities in support of the Pinedale Aquatic Center. PAC’s work goes towards providing grant funding and program sponsors to help keep all programs affordable and accessible at the PAC and to also provide funding for all areas of recreation at PAC, youth, adult and senior alike! 
Happy Endings Animal Rescue is a no-kill animal rescue formed in 2007 to give pet owners an option when needing to re-home a pet in Sublette County, give unwanted dogs and cats another chance, end the shelter killing of healthy pets, and support healthy animal/pet relationships including spay and neuter programs. They have adopted and assisted in adopting at least 2,000 companion pets into loving homes. Their goal is to move into their own facility.  
LOBA Memorial Local Outreach for the Benefit of Animals (LOBA) has been serving Sublette County since 2017. Our goal is to reduce the unwanted pet population through education and assisting Sublette County residents with spay and neuter costs. 
Museum of the Mountain Man. The Sublette County Historical Society, doing business as the Museum of the Mountain Man, is a 501c3 non-profit founded in 1935 to preserve and interpret the history of the upper Green River Valley. The organization also operates the Sommers Homestead Living History Museum and historical sites including New Fork Park, Trappers Point, Fort Bonneville, Rendezvous Park and Emerson Schoolhouse, interpreting the mountain men, Plains Indians, Oregon Trail and settlement of the region.
The Pinedale Fine Arts Council (PFAC) has been serving Sublette County for almost 50 years! Presenting everything from world-class performances at the Pinedale Auditorium to the popular Soundcheck Summer Music Series, to numerous arts programs in the schools and community PFAC does it all and more!
  Reclaiming Hope is raising resources for transformational mental health care. Our vision is to make holistic mental health support and high-quality, state-of-the-art therapies available to everyone. We understand how it feels to be ready and desperate for change, but unable to find or afford the therapeutic care needed for lasting healing. We aim to support those who are ready to begin their healing journey and the organizations that provide outstanding care.
Sanctuary Horses is a nonprofit raising funds to provide a better life for our Sanctuary Horse family. This Mutual Healing Partnership helps bolster our ability to provide therapy and various equine programs.
The Sublette County Health Foundation serves to build community relationships and strengthen the financial security of the Critical Access Hospital and Sublette Center skilled nursing facility.  The Foundation assists Sublette County Health in supporting professional, high-quality and efficient, patient-centered care throughout Sublette County.
Tip-Top Search and Rescue is a volunteer, nonprofit organization created around 1980 to promote safety and welfare. A team of roughly 40 volunteers is called on throughout the year to respond to high-angle rescues, lake rescues, swift water rescues, ice rescues, avalanches, missing/overdue and lost persons, medical evacuations, short-haul rescues, snowmobile/ATV/UTV crashes and any other search and rescue type operation where help is needed.

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WyoGives 2024, 5th Annual WyoGives Day, Wyoming Nonprofit Network, Bridges Out of Poverty of Sublette County, Children's Discovery Center, Friends of the Bridger-Teton, Friends of PAC, Happy Endings Animal Rescue, Memorial Local Outreach for the Benefit of Animals, Museum of the Mountain Man, Sublette County Historical Society, Pinedale Fine Arts Council, Reclaiming Hope, Sanctuary Horses, Sublette County Health Foundation, Tip Top Search and Rescue