$1,092,259 has been committed by the Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund, Rocky Mountain Community Reinvestment Corporation, Community Impact Board Fund (CIB), City of Green River (land donation), private foundation grants, and individual private donors.
Additionally, $883,000 has been requested from various sources. Epicenter conservatively estimates that $603,000 of these requested funds will be successful.
This project would not have been possible without support from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, Community Impact Board Fund (CIB), Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC), AARP, State Farm, Union Pacific Foundation, David, Sherrie & Shaleane Gee family, Wells Fargo Foundation, Rocky Mountain Power Foundation, American Express, UServeUtah, Colorado River & Trails Expeditions (CRATE), Utah Division of Arts & Museums, National Endowment for the Arts, WESTAF, Utah Humanities, Sorenson Legacy Foundation, The Corporation for National and Community Service (“AmeriCorps”), and many individual private donors.
Despite the established financial support for the project, this is still a major undertaking for our small non-profit organization. Donations (both in-kind and cash) help to reduce any cash flow strain and ensure that the project moves forward as smoothly as possible. Click the link below to make a donation.
Epicenter, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is the sole member of Epicenter Properties, LLC., the owner/operator of Canal Commons.
Epicenter stewards creative initiatives that honor the past, strengthen the present, and build the future that we envision with our community. Located in Green River, Utah, Epicenter is a vibrant hub for rural investment and cultural exploration of the high desert of southeastern Utah. Beyond our region, Epicenter advocates for rural communities and contributes to the dialogue on contemporary place-based work in the United States. Epicenter is a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit organization.