We are grateful to our many generous donors throughout the years. We couldn’t meet our community’s critical needs without you.

All of us at One22 are grateful for the donors who have supported our legacy organizations (Community Resource Center, Latino Resource Center and El Puente), and the exciting opportunity of the new One22. Among many objectives of the combination is the opportunity it gives us to steward your contributions for greater, more lasting, service to our community.

As we make progress through our organizational restructure, we know we could not meet our community’s critical needs without you. We are committed to helping you realize your philanthropic vision even more effectively through the essential work of One22.

We hope we can continue to count on your support to meet our growing community need.

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P.O. Box 1232, Jackson, WY 83001.

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Click on the button below to make a donation online.         Call us at 307-739-4500 with any questions.

General Operations Fund

The General Operations Fund goes towards investing in and supporting our neighbors who face financial, health, and cultural challenges. Contributions to the One22 General Operations Fund are the single biggest way to support the efficient delivery of services, as they allow us to make the most strategic and timely use of your support based on immediate need.

Emergency Assistance Fund & Critical Incident Relief

The Emergency Assistance Fund and Critical Incident Relief provides temporary aid to eligible households and individuals who are facing severe financial difficulties due to unexpected circumstances.

Summer Scholarship Fund

Help a child attend summer camp!

The 10-week summer break coincides with Jackson's high-season, when parents are working long hours and multiple jobs to make enough money to get them through the winter season. It's during this critical time that our children need safe and enriching experiences. In the past five years, One22's Unified Summer Scholarship Program has grown to include more than a dozen local camps that allow our kids to explore their creative side through dance, art, hiking, cooking, and much more. These programs are vital to our children's health and education, but they are expensive. As a result, some children in our community fall behind in their education and their mental and physical health suffers. These children need our continued support.