Applications due January, 31st 2020

The 12 Hour of Mesa Verde exists to support the youth in our community. We are looking for organizations that have a significant impact on our kids. 

The 2019 12 Hour of Mesa Verde was able to donate $66,000.00 

benefiting the following Non Profit organizations: 

Pinon Project ... $20,000.00

Four Corners Child Advocacy Center ... $20,000.00

South West Open School ... $6,000.00

School Community Youth Collaborative ... $6,000.00

High Desert Devo ... $6,000.00

Good Samaritan Center ... $2,000.00 + 170 boxes of Cereal

Montezuma School to Farm ... $2000.00

Cortez BMX ... $2,000.00

Southwest Colorado Cycling Association ... $500.00

Operation Graduation ... $500.00

Destination Imagination ... $500.00

Southwest Conservation Corp; Youth Crew Local ... $500.00


If your organization is interested in becoming a beneficiary of the 12 Hours of Mesa Verde, use the button above to view our application instructions

Applications due January, 31st 2020

The application should be emailed to

Primary Beneficiary

The Pinon Project strengthens our community by providing comprehensive service for children and families.

Four Corners Child Advocacy Center strengthens the community's response to child abuse and neglect through intervention, prevention, advocacy and education.

Secondary Beneficiary

Southwest Open School
Southwest Open School creates a community of learners who utilize experiential education in developing and nutruring high acadmics, character, and health standards while nurturing diversity and fostering self-directed lifelong learning.
School Community Youth Collaborative
School Community Youth Collaborative creates pro-social opportunities for youth to build healthy relationships and to engage in their communities through sustainable collaborations with youth organizations in Montezuma and Dolores Counties.

Tertiary Beneficiary

Part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management