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Sponsorship

Sponsorship to Aspen Strong is an intricate part of our success. In 2017, all gifts supporting Aspen Strong will be made in name of RYAN’S VOICE.

Your individual gift supports Aspen Strong in our efforts to promote mental hygiene and connection the mental health resources in the Roaring Fork Valley. Supporting Aspen Strong will help to heal, connect, and unite our valley by improving access to mental health care, decreasing the stigma of mental illness, and cultivating language to support the resilience of our community to increase overall well-being.

To become a sponsor to our organization please Click Here Please see our individual event pages for specific sponsorship to HIKE. HOPE. HEAL. and Changing Brains, Changing Lives Symposium. For online donation or sponsorship CLICK HERE.

Aspen Gold Leaf – $50,000
Aspen Silver Leaf – $25,000
Aspen Tree – $10,000
Aspen Sapling – $2,500
Aspen Seedling – $500

Aspen Gold Leaf

Lawrence and Joan Altman

Betty Jane Schuss Donor Advised Fund – Symposium Sponsor

Aspen Tree

Pitkin County HHS – Grant

Forrest C. Frances H Lattner Foundation

Aspen Valley Hospital – Symposium Sponsor

Aspen Silver Leaf

Aspen Sapling

City of Aspen – Grant

Rotary of Aspen

Aspen Valley Hospital – Symposium Sponsor

Sally Beneman Sakin

Alpine Bank

Resa Hayes, LPC

ASPIRE – Symposium Sponsor

Gitlitz Family Foundation

Rose Community Foundation – Symposium Sponsor

Norman & Elaine Polsky Family Charitable Foundation

Smiddy Limousine – Hike Sponsor

Aspen Volunteer Fire Department – Hike Sponsor

The Aspen Store – Hike Sponsor

Mind Springs Health – Symposium Sponsor

Many Thanks to our Donors

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Devlin Financial Services

Mark & Karen Devlin

Aspen Hope Center – Symposium Sponsor

Buddy Program – Symposium Sponsor

Roaring Fork Neurology – Symposium Sponsor

The Salmon Foundation, INC

Christina M King, LPC

Kimberly King

Jonathan Birnkrant

Jimmy’s Bar – Hike Sponsor

Kevin Smiddy – Hike Sponsor

C.Barnes Construction LLC – Hike Sponsor

Brad Ent

Mountain Chalet Aspen

Michael Zatorski

Steven Esrick

Candace Schlief

Aspen SoJourner

Aspen Junior Hockey

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  • Lawrence Altman, CBD Trading & ASF donor.

    I realized younger in life that it was important to help other people any way I could. I have been involved in many causes that I thought were important, but mental health as dominated my interest. My own mental health struggles led me to a wonderful doctor and through him I started the Aspen Mental Health Fund which lead me to an amazing young woman Christina King. Christina brought the Aspen Strong Foundation idea to me. I was so impressed with her incredible energy and determination to make a difference in the world of mental health that it had become my passion as well. I believe we help many people who desperately need it. We are determined to rid people of the stigma of getting help for mental health issues. I am proud to be involved with Aspen Strong!

  • Ericka Anderson, MA LPC, Trauma Specialized Psychotherapist in Roaring Fork Valley & ASF Provider

    Because of Aspen Strong there is a place to turn to when someone needs help. I am deeply appreciative of their commitment to mental health in our valley.

  • Amanda Friend, Valley Settlement Project (2015 Symposium)

    I am so grateful to the Aspen Strong Foundation for bringing such amazing information and experts to our valley. I walked away from this symposium with a toolbox of strategies for immediate implementation that I use with my students, my children, and myself. I am a better parent, better teacher, and better self after this amazing experience.

  • Christopher May, Forum Phi founding partner and ASF event sponsor

    We felt that mental illness is under-addressed by society and Aspen Strong fills this gap locally. Your mind is an organ like any other and deserves treatment and resources. One single point of contact and coordination is especially helpful for the most in need, the young and the poor.