The M&M Foundation

The M&M  has a long history in the City of Trinidad.  Our Charitable foundation is one of the most important components of The M&M organization.  It inspires us to work harder every day and allows us to give back to our community, support neglected and abused children, animal rights causes, our military (both active and veterans) and many other important life changing organizations.  Thanks to your continued support of The M&M we are able to help these very important causes.

Trinidad & Las Animas County Chamber of Commerce

Mission: The Chamber of Commerce was established to develop, encourage, promote and protect the commercial, professional, financial and general welfare of the community and its residents; to promote the City of Trinidad and the County of Las Animas in the areas of tourism, economic development, and the retail sector; to promote community relations and programs of civic nature for the betterment of the community; to inform the public of local, state and national matters of interest or value to them; and to foster strong community spirit and mutually cooperative atmosphere in which to live and conduct business.

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SCRT – Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre

Mission: To promote and nurture the performing arts in southern Colorado, enrich the lives of our patrons and youth, contribute to a vibrant downtown scene, and bolster the local economy through theatrical experiences that garner national attention and praise.

Located in the historic town of Trinidad, Colorado, the SCRT is southern Colorado’s theatrical jewel. It produces a professional summer season, a year-round resident season, and youth-oriented programs throughout the year. Summer professional seasons include three shows in true repertory, allowing patrons to see all three shows in one weekend, Friday through Sunday. Shows are chosen to provide variety, entertainment and at least one thought provoking experience.

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Noah’s Ark

Mission: Our mission is a safe and comfortable home for every dog and cat in Las Animas County.

Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association started as a foster-based program in 1998 by a group of concerned citizens seeking proper and humane animal care in the Trinidad area. Noah’s Ark is considered a no-kill facility as defined by Maddie’s Fund.  Maddie’s Fund defines no-kill as saving both healthy and treatable dogs and cats, with euthanasia reserved only for unhealthy and untreatable animals. Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association never euthanizes for space.

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Wounded Warrior Project

Mission: To honor and empower Wounded Warriors.

Wounded Warrior Project is a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, service and events for wounded veterans of the military actions. Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) takes a holistic approach when serving warriors and their families to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement. Through a high-touch and interactive approach, WWP hopes to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history.

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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.

The RMEF permanently protects crucial elk winter and summer ranges, migration corridors, calving grounds and other vital areas, while focusing on securing and improving hunter access throughout elk country. Our land conservation tools include: acquisitions, access agreements and easements, conservation easements, land and real estate donations, land exchanges and associated acres.

Healthy habitat is essential for healthy elk and other wildlife. The RMEF helps fund and conduct a variety of projects to improve essential forage, water, cover and space components of wildlife habitat, and supports research and management efforts to help maintain productive elk herds and habitat.

The RMEF works to reestablish elk herds in historic ranges where the habitat and human cultural tolerance create a high potential for self-sustaining herds.

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Colorado Trout Unlimited

Mission: Colorado Trout Unlimited works to protect, conserve and restore Colorado’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. As the grassroots arm of our parent organization, Trout Unlimited, we use cooperation, collaboration, advocacy and education to promote conservation.

Our vision is simple – by the next generation, Colorado TU will ensure that robust populations of native and wild coldwater fish once again thrive within their original Colorado range so that our children can enjoy healthy fisheries in their home waters.

Our vision is simple – by the next generation, Colorado TU will ensure that robust populations of native and wild coldwater fish once again thrive within their original Colorado range so that our children can enjoy healthy fisheries in their home waters.

Colorado TU works to:

  • Protect high quality habitat for native and wild coldwater fish and to maintain free flowing rivers;
  • Reconnect fragmented fish populations and habitats by restoring flows to dewatered rivers and re-opening fish passage;
  • Restore watersheds by working in collaboration with other conservation and governmental organizations, as well as private landowners, to preserve and improve the quality of habitats that support coldwater fish;
  • Sustain the efforts of our volunteers and supporters by inspiring a strong conservation ethic in the next generation of river stewards.

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