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Volunteers

FDRDFriends of the Dillon Ranger District (FDRD) is a 501c3 nonprofit that partners with the US Forest Service to help sustain our local forest and trails in Summit County. FDRD relies on fundraising events (such as Bacon Fest,) donations, and membership dues to provide vital, unrestricted funds to our organization. Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, many of these funds are in jeopardy. Click here to support FDRD by signing up for an annual Membership. FDRD Memberships range from $25 - $250 and help fund our various trail maintenance and forest restoration projects, as well as our free educational programming throughout the summer. Thank you for your support, we appreciate you!

Keystone Wine and Jazz Festival is a proud supporter of the Summit Chamber of Commerce.

Summit Chamber

The Summit Chamber of Commerce is a 501c6 membership organization supporting local businesses throughout Summit County. The Summit Chamber works to ensure business success for our members and fosters community-wide economic vitality by providing resources, educational opportunities and business connections. The Summit Chamber relies on membership dues and fundraising events (such as Wine and Jazz Festival) to provide vital services to our members. Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, many of these funds are in jeopardy. To learn more about the Summit Chamber or to become a member, visit summitchamber.org.

Thank you for your continued support of small businesses here in Summit County!

Keystone Bluegrass and Beer is a proud supporter of High Country Conservation Center whose grassroots efforts and programs support waste reduction, recycling, energy conservation and green building in our mountain community.

The High Country Conservation Center (HC3) has protected Summit County’s mountain environment for more than 40 years. A community-based non-profit, HC3 tackles climate change by helping homeowners and businesses add solar power. Efficiency programs prevent harmful carbon pollution and save our local water resources. Recycling rules vary across the state, and to reduce waste, HC3 teaches residents and visitors how to recycle locally. Learn more and get involved at HighCountryConservation.org.

Contact Erin Bissette, Special Events Coordinator at erin@keystoneneighbourhood.com for volunteer information.

Keystone Festivals and Warren Station are managed by the Keystone Neighbourhood Company, a not-for-profit organization. Volunteer assistance includes tickets scanners, ticket sellers, ID checkers, wristbanders, customer services representatives and more.

Volunteer opportunities are year round and we are always looking for more volunteers! Learn more about the Keystone Neighbourhood Company here.

Interested in volunteering? Contact Erin Bissette, Special Events Coordinator at erin@keystoneneighbourhood.com for volunteer information.

Keystone Festivals and Warren Station are managed by the Keystone Neighbourhood Company, a not-for-profit organization. Volunteer assistance includes tickets scanners, ticket sellers, ID checkers, wristbanders, customer services representatives and more.

Volunteer opportunities are year round and we are always looking for more volunteers! Learn more about the Keystone Neighbourhood Company here.