COLUMBIA POINT SCHOLARSHIP
Providing Increased Access to Trauma Treatment and Resilience Education
Columbia Point Scholarship is a non-profit organization formed to provide increased access to trauma treatment and resilience education for individuals and organizations that are incapable of obtaining such services due to financial and other barriers.
Looking to make a difference in trauma recovery? We believe that a little monetary contribution can go a really long way in improving the hardiness of others who have been negatively impacted by traumatic events. By providing people in need with your generous support, you’ll encourage their recovery and provide them with education focused on how to deal with adversity of all types. We welcome you to join us on our endeavors and be a part of making a difference in the lives of those impacted by trauma. Donor and funding opportunities will be released soon.
WHO WE ARE
Dedicated to Enhancing Posttraumatic Growth and Recovery
Columbia Point Scholarship is a new nonprofit corporation that is looking to make a difference in the world of trauma recovery. The scholarship is intended to provide funding for trauma treatment and resilience education for people with financial need that are negatively impacted by potentially traumatic events. The scholarship intends to pay treatment providers/educators directly for the services provided and is primarily funded through donations from sales of Challenger Point Apparel.
Columbia Point is a 13,986' mountain near the town of Crestone, Colorado. The mountain is named in honor of the astronauts that died in the Space Shuttle Columbia explosion in 2003. Likewise, Columbia Point Scholarship is named after the mountain and meant to provide increased access to trauma treatment and education.
Columbia Point Scholarship was formed on April 22, 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders. It is governed by a board of directors located in Winter Park, Colorado. While the organization awaits 501(c)3 approval, the board directors are working on the scholarship application process, identifying stakeholders, locating funding opportunities, establishing partnerships, and will update this website with progress. Please contact us for more information.