Old Bill’s 2017 Giving Season

The Results Are In >>>

Another year for the record books! The selfless generosity shown throughout the Old Bill’s Giving Season demonstrates our community’s shared values of engagement, commitment and compassion.

Old Bill’s 2017 raised $12,168,165

The Match Pool totaled $3,195, 995
Nonprofits raised $8,972,170
Record number of total gifts 20,180

Over the last twenty-one years, Old Bill’s has raised a grand total of $146,022,982!

The Foundation kept the $30,000 cap in 2017, which was raised in 2016 (the 20th Anniversary) from $25,000. This cap means that the Foundation will match the first $30,000 that participating nonprofits raise.

So, where do all the funds raised go?
From the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole

Funds raised through Old Bill’s will soon be busy feeding the hungry, helping the sick and elderly, teaching kids to read, protecting wildlife and wild lands, preventing domestic violence, building affordable housing, keeping people safe in the back country, helping people with different abilities lead fulfilling lives, providing therapeutic activities for veterans, connecting those in need with critical resources, enriching our lives through the arts, and touching the lives of everyone in Teton County.

Click here to read more about the Impact of Giving Through Old Bill’s Fun Run.

The selfless generosity shown throughout the Old Bill’s Giving Season demonstrates our community’s shared values of engagement, commitment and compassion.

We feel very fortunate to participate as members of the board of directors and competitive grants committee in this incredible, philanthropic community event. 

Cheers to a successful 2017 year of giving!