ELK has been saddened to learn of the passing of Malcolm Stevenson who was born and raised in New Jersey, where he and his wife Betty raised three children. After he retired, Malcolm and Betty joined two of their children and two grandchildren in Colorado. Malcolm spent his retirement volunteering at special exhibits at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, pursuing his love of history as the volunteer park historian at Golden Gate Canyon State Park, hiking, and enjoying time with family and friends. The Stevenson family has chosen to memorialize Malcom Stevenson and his interests by honoring Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK).In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests that gifts may be made here; in memory of Malcom Stevenson.
Help us continue to inspire, educate, and transform the lives of youth:
• $1,000* Supports an ELK youth for an entire year with science education, leadership development, and outdoor experiences! • $500* Sponsors a classroom of 15-20 underserved students for a 4-6 week in-school or after-school science education program. • $250* Provides an ELK family of 4 with their first overnight camping experience. • $100 Supports 10 ELK students on a field trip: college campus tour, stewardship project, corporate career, facility tour, etc.
• $50 Provides an ELK youth with their first outdoor experience: fishing, camping, snowshoeing, etc.
*Gifts of $250 or more qualify for an Enterprise Zone tax credit (decreases donor's state tax liability through a 25% state tax credit for cash gifts and 15% for in-kind gifts).
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