The Crooked Key is owned and run by locals and we aim to support causes that contribute to the Steamboat Springs community.
We proudly support these organizations:
Museum of NW Colorado
Museum of Northwest Colorado
The Crooked Key donates to the Museum of Northwest Colorado in Craig, 45 minutes west of Steamboat Springs. Our sincere thanks goes out to them for collaborating with us for Escape from the Old West! Be sure to visit the museum to see Harry Tracy’s revolver in one of the largest cowboy gun/leather/spur collections ever on public display. Visit www.museumnwco.org to learn more about the museum.
FIREFIGHTERS PLAY FREE AT THE CROOKED KEY
Our sincere thanks goes out to firefighters for their service and for those who advised us on certain aspects of our Flashover! game.
If you are a firefighter, contact us to obtain a coupon code before you book.
The SSO is hosting its inaugural Gala in January 2023. Approximately 100 guests will attend this ticketed event, which aims to raise funds for the SteamboatSymphonyOrchestra Productions and Education programs.
The mission is to challenge young lives to explore beyond four walls through expeditions and outdoor discovery. Come support the annual BBQ and silent auction fundraiser to be held at Steamboat Lake Outpost in Clark on August 19, 2022!
This group of volunteers is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in any type of weather. Support the Jerry Party at The Barley where 100% of keg proceeds and raffle go to Routt County Search and Rescue!
A PreciousChild is a nonprofit that serves eight Denver Metro area counties, providing children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. The gala will take place November 6, 2021 at The Westin Westminster.
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is looking forward to hosting the 1st Annual Happy Trails Challenge this fall. Contributions from the 1st Annual Happy Trails Challenge will provide funding for RMYC’s Youth Corps, Conservation Corps, Veteran Fire Corps, Natural Resource Internship Program, and Yampa Valley Science School.
The JA Bowl-A-Thon is also a great teambuilding event that gives businesses and community groups the opportunity to support Junior Achievement’s work in local schools. 100% of funds raised help JA provide programs to schools at no cost.
The team at MANIC is hosting a Virtual Winter Challenge in an effort to raise money for LiftUp Routt County. The event, which is going to be held March 5th thru the 7th, will offer participants the chance to take part in a fun, socially distanced outdoor experience, completing virtually across five different challenges.
The Sexual Assault Victim Advocate (SAVA) Center provides crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for all those affected by sexual violence in Northern Colorado while also providing prevention programs through community outreach and education.
On Sunday, January 26th 2020, raise awareness and critical funding for those living with Parkinson’s and their care partners in the Yampa Valley community. All proceeds benefit the programs and services provided by the Parkinson Association’s Yampa Valley Parkinson Support Network (YVPSN).
The Crooked Key is proud to be a corporate sponsor for the 2019-2020 Impact 100. The concept is simple: 100 people donate $100 and collectively make an impact with a grant of $10,000. IMPACT 100 mobilizes the next generation to support initiatives that make our community a better place.
The “Night of Stars” fundraising event raises money and awareness for Adoption Dreams Come True, an organization that serves adoptive and birth parents across Colorado with support, counselling, and care during the adoption process.
Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club is hosting the 19th Annual Rally In The Valley golf tournament on July 16, 2019 to benefit the Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project. Entry forms are available at Rollingstone Ranch golf shop, online or on their Facebook page.
Soroco After Prom Party
After Prom provides a safe, drug free, alcohol free event for all prom attendees. And it’s free!
Youth Education Scholarship Fund (Y.E.S.) Golf Tournament is organized by the Young Professionals Network and the Steamboat Springs Chamber. The funds are awarded to Routt County high school graduating seniors.
Now in its 18th year, Rebel with a Cause is the largest environmental event in the state. The gala brings together over 750 people for a night of celebration and fun. Join Colorado’s most prominent decision-makers, philanthropists, businesses, and environmentalists for a night you don’t want to miss.
Yampa Valley Autism’s Masquerade Ball Fundraiser raises awareness and funds that support resources and direct services to individuals and families living with autism or other disorders to cultivate their abilities and maximize quality of life.
The Casino Night fundraiser is a benefit for the Family Development Center of Steamboat Springs which impacts the lives of more than 450 families in Routt County each year through the Discovery Learning Center, the Newborn Network and the Child Care Network.
Discovery Learning Center’s mission is to provide quality, accredited early childhood care and education in a supportive environment; that support extends to the children, their families, and their community.
The benefit is a free fundraiser and silent auction event to benefit local community member Logan Truelove. Logan suffers from an autonomic nervous system dysfunction called pediatric dysautonomia, which includes postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and sever gastroparesis.
Young Tracks PreSchool and Infant Care Center’s mission is to provide the community a nurturing environment that promotes the development and education of infants, toddlers and preschoolers in a quality setting.