Old Bill's 2024
Giving Season: August 9 — September 13, 2023
Over the past 27 years, Old Bill’s Fun Run has raised more than $256 million for local nonprofits. Each year, funds raised through Old Bill’s touch the lives of everyone in Teton County. Read more about the impact that Old Bill’s is making throughout our community.
1st May 2024
Application Available for Nonprofits
1st May 2024
Mandatory Orientation for New Nonprofits
15th May 2024
Application Work Session at Community Foundation
20th May 2024
Final Application Deadline
9th August 2024
START of Giving Season & Launch Party
21st August 2024
Mandatory Booth Meeting
7th September 2024
Old Bill’s Fun Run
13th September 2024
End of Giving Season
23rd October 2024
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here to login to view your nonprofits Old Bill’s gift report.
The Community Foundation provides a secure webpage for your organization to view your Old Bill’s donations.
During Giving Season, your organization’s designated Old Bill’s contact will receive an email with your user ID, as well as guidance on reviewing donations. The Community Foundation staff processes gifts steadily from the start of the Giving Season through mid-October.
All gifts are reviewed prior to posting, including online donations, which creates a delay between gift receipt and when gifts are visible. Note that almost ⅔ of donations arrive in the last week of the Giving Season. Last year, the Foundation received over $1 million dollars in checks and over $300,000 in credit card gifts on the last day. You will be notified when all gifts have been processed. We appreciate your patience!
The match percentage varies annually and is based on the total amount of CoChallenger dollars raised and the total amount of designated contributions. The first $30,000 of each nonprofit’s designated gifts are eligible for matching, and in recent years, the matching grant on these gifts has been approximately 50%. This means the matching grant for each nonprofit is about $15,000, depending on any given year’s match percentage. All eligible participating organizations receive the same percent of matching dollars on the first $30,000 in designated contributions they raise.
Participating organizations are encouraged to use the Old Bill’s logo leading up to and throughout the Giving Season. In 2022, we redesigned the Old Bill’s logo. Download the logo files here and refer to the Old Bill’s Rules and Procedures and Brand Guide for branding and logo usage information. Download the suite of Old Bill’s web banners (digital graphics) here. Contact Anne Bradley with any questions.
The Nonprofit’s Guide to Old Bill’s is your one-stop-shop for key dates, social media hashtag, marketing tips and tricks, logos, booth information, and more. Check back here for the updated 2024 guide.
September 7, 2024, at 9am at JES fields. Old Bill’s Fun Run includes an interactive nonprofit village with many booths highlighting participating nonprofits, a 5K and 10K Run/Walk as well as a highly competitive Diaper Derby. Winners of each race receive prize money to donate to their favorite nonprofits. Click here to register to run or walk.
Qualifying nonprofit organizations in Teton County, Wyoming are invited to participate in Old Bill’s Fun Run. See Eligibility details in the Rules & Procedures. The application period is in early May each year.
- Receive and process all gifts to Old Bill’s Fun Run and provide tax receipts to donors
- Provide promotional and marketing presence for Old Bill’s Fun Run
- Solicit Co-Challengers and corporate sponsors to provide matching funds
- Produce and execute Old Bill’s Fun Run with the help of community volunteers
Old Bill is the spirit of generosity in our community. All participants in this extraordinary event are Old Bill!
2023 Participating Nonprofits
Click on the links below to view the participating nonprofit website.
Charles Reid Schouboe Memorial Scholarship Fund
Chris Hodges Memorial Scholarship Fund
Cub Scout Pack 268
Cub Scout Pack 67
Jackson Giants Baseball
Jackson Grizzlies Softball
Jackson Hole Child Care Helpers
Jackson Hole Police K‑9 Auxiliary
JH Pony Club
Scout BSA — Troop 67
Scouts BSA — Troop 268
Ted Jonke Memorial Soccer Scholarship
Teton County Victim Services
Teton Parkies, A Parkinson’s Disease Support Group