Success Stories

We are proud to invest in initiatives that enhance the surrounding community and the lives of people living in San Juan County, Utah. Our recent awards include funding STEM programs in local schools, providing educational scholarships, supporting national parks and monuments as well as Native American initiatives.

Our Recent Grant Recipients

The Dinosaur Museum is a non-profit public organization, that has served the community as an important educational and tourist institution for almost 30 years, since its opening to the public in 1995.
The Dinosaur Museum’s Clean Energy Efficient Solar Project
Kigalia Fine Arts is an organization that aspires to bring quality artistic programming to the Blanding and surrounding communities.
Kigalia Fine Arts Programming Support
AIS PREP is a free educational preparatory program for Native American youth provided by American Indian Services that has proven to raise test scores and assists students to be ready and pursue advanced high school courses.
FIELDS is a non-profit organization committed to the advancement of Native American students founded in 2013 by Doyle and Pauline Anderson with its mission to cultivate Native American self reliance, leadership and prosperity.
Foundation for Indigenous Education, Leadership, Development and Sustainability (FIELDS)

Tell Us About Your Project

For consideration, please apply today, so together we can make a positive impact on San Juan County.