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“I know BOSS runs on a pretty lean budget, so I wanted to contribute in an effort to make things a little easier. I had an unforgettable experience with BOSS, one that vastly exceeded my expectations and one I will never forget. The instructors foster an environment that allows the students to learn and be challenged, while also providing for emotional and personal discovery. I enjoyed one of the happiest moments of my life during my BOSS course, and if my donation allows someone to have a similar experience, it’s all the more meaningful.”
-V. Silveira, BOSS Alum, Donor to BOSS Scholarship Fund

Donations made to the BOSS Scholarship Fund are tax-deductible, made possible through the Community Foundation of Utah, a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit serving the larger Utah Community. Funds donated to the BOSS Scholarship Fund will be used exclusively for student grants in 2015. BOSS grants will be small grants awarded to students on a need-based, non-discriminatory basis. Any student eligible to attend BOSS will be eligible to apply for a BOSS Grant. The number of grants awarded will depend largely on the donations received. Our goal is to award between 10-20 scholarships for 2015.  See a list of our past scholarship recipients.

Please note that all tax receipts will be issued by the Community Foundation of Utah, not the Boulder Outdoor Survival School.

Patrons of BOSS

Our deepest appreciation to our Alumni Donors and Friends of BOSS (and Proud BOSS Parents!) who have made our scholarship program possible.

Circle of Life ($5,000+)

Nikhil Bhatla, N-61 (Donated 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)

Brian Lev Freedman, J-85 (Donated 2015)

Circle of the Quest ($1,000+)

Hans Anger, J-32, DN-8 2005, N-39 2000, J-48 (Donated 2015)

Michael B. Callaghan, Q-1 (Donated 2015)

Linda Dessinger, Proud Boss Parent (Donated 2015)

Scott Fulmer, E-26 (Donated 2015)

Key Kolb, N-49B, MN-5, A-19, G-4, G-5, G-7, G-9 (Donated 2014, 2015)

Andrew Mehler, J-97 (Donated 2014, 2015, 2016)

Anonymous (Donated 2014)

Anonymous (Donated 2014)

Circle of The Earth ($500+)

Howard Feldberg, N-66 (Donated 2015)

Anonymous (Donated 2015)

Anonymous (Donated 2014)

Circle of Stone ($250+)

Michael Hicks, I-33A (Donated 2014, 2015, 2016)

Emily Lobatto, I-62 (Donated 2014)

David Prater, E-77 (Donated 2015)

Adam Schliefer, I-109 (Donated 2015)

Circle of Fire ($150+)

David Bishop, I-115 (Donated 2014)

Christopher Burman, J-105 (Donated 2015)

Lilibet Hagel, Friend of BOSS (Donated 2015, 2017)

Jack Machen, J-79 (Donated 2015)

Stefan Whitwell, I-93 (Donated 2014)

Anonymous (Donated 2014)

Circle of Magic ($100+)

Michael Banker, I-82 (Donated 2014)

Adrian Bravo, J-105 (Donated 2015)

Christoph Engert, N-75 (Donated 2015)

Kris Green, I-108 (Donated 2014, 2015)

Stephen Haase, J-90 (Donated 2015)

Rebecca Jonestrask, Proud BOSS Parent (Donated 2015)

Jonathan Keehn, I-112 (Donated 2015)

Charles Malek, I-108 (Donated 2014)

Ninane Wang, I-96, J-92 (Donated 2015)

Dougas White, N-78 (Donated 2015)

Mike Wilson, I-116 (Donated 2014)

Peter Zapf, J-30 (Donated 2014)

Circle of Unity ($25+)

Arthur Albin, J-100 (Donated 2014)

Steve Blessing, I-82, E-71 (Donated 2015)

Bree Carlson, J-100 (Donated 2014, 2015)

David Cooper, Friend of BOSS (Donated 2014)

Matthew Dooley, I-112 (Donated 2014)

Margaret Eisenberg, F-75 (Donated 2015)

Jessica Ewing, N-60 (Donated 2014, 2017)

Joshua Foster, PIKE-3A (Donated 2015)

Eva Gillespie, Friend of BOSS (Donated 2015)

Jack Grinblatt, I-112 (Donated 2015)

Laurel Holding, J-44 (Donated 2014, 2017)

Nicholas Kittle, J-85, SR-15 (Donated 2015)

Amy Leung, J-74 (Donated 2015)

Adam Lewis, J-58B & MN-7 (Donated 2014)

Eli Loomis, J-92 (Donated 2015)

Nitya Oberoi, I-79 (Donated 2015)

David Schmidt, Friend of BOSS (Donated 2014)

Vince Silveira, I-111 (Donated 2014, 2015)

Doug Stalker, J-94 (Donated 2015)

Jordan Tesch, J-85 (Donated 2015)

Nels Ylitalo, I-71 (Donated 2015)

Anonymous (Donated 2017)

Anonymous (Donated 2015)