|BEF Supports PIE:
Partners in Education!
|In our valley, in order to meet the most basic educational needs of our children, special
programs, such as music, art and outdoor education, may not receive adequate funding.
The Basalt Education Foundation helps to change that.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to giving all of Basalt's children the
opportunity to grow and explore areas of education that go beyond reading and writing and
into music, art and beyond.
Each year, BEF contributes thousands to Basalt's three public schools. Money raised through
the annual Taste of Basalt benefit helps pay for computers, instruments for music
classrooms, art supplies, books and resource materials, and funds a host of special
As budget cuts for education continue to come down from the Colorado Legislature, valley
residents know that community fundraising can make a big difference.
Please help us make the future beautiful for ALL of Basalt’s school children.
|Our annual fundraiser to
benefit Basalt public
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Sponsors and donations welcome
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|Enhancing Education in Basalt Public Schools!
|Basalt Education Foundation is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization.
An all-volunteer board, BEF operates with zero overhead allowing
for almost all proceeds to be used to support educational
endeavors at Basalt schools. The group also acts as a liaison to
parents, businesses and community members interested in
supporting Basalt schools throughout the year.
|BEF Helps ACES Expand in Basalt
BEF is proud to support the Aspen Center for
Environmental Studies (ACES) in bringing
full-time environmental science programming to
Basalt Elementary School. BEF is one of several
organization offering monetary support to ACES
on behalf of BES. The expanded program, which
began this school year, allows students in
kindergarten through fourth grades to experience
environmental science as a regular class in their
weekly specials rotation. The program will also
take students on several field trips a year to
ACES' Rock Bottom Ranch.
Click here to read more.