Sunlight Mountain Resort is joining our local communities in doing what we can in response to the virus crisis – and today that meant lifting local spirits.
Sunlight’s mascot, Sunny Yeti, lent a hand with the weekly Lift-Up Food Distribution at the Glenwood Springs High School parking lot. Sunlight donated 48 six packs (12 cases) of Sunny Pop craft soda to participating families. More than 300 families participated. The soda is produced by Tommyknocker Brewery of Idaho Springs.
For 35 years, LIFT-UP has been a grassroots organization born out of the meaningful and genuine mission to help others in our neighboring towns survive hardship: lifting up those in need!
LIFT-UP’s name is an acronym derived from the words “Life-Inter-Faith-Team-On-Unemployment-Poverty.”
LIFT-UP is non-profit organization 501(c)(3) dedicated to providing humanitarian essentials while creating a bridge to personal empowerment and self-reliance.
LIFT-UP has a dedicated staff of about 12, a committed board of directors consisting of 12 generous and energetic individuals from all over the Valley. LIFT-UP is fortunate to be blessed with multitudes of donors, sponsors and volunteers. LIFT-UP is honored to have over 130 regular volunteers for its pantry alone! Three of our food pantries are run by volunteers! It is with this team and its continued efforts that help make sure no one in our valley goes hungry or in need of humanitarian assistance. Learn more at liftup.org
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