A Modern-Day Treasure Hunt for Good
Over $50,000 Awarded to Local Nonprofits
From July 17 – September 10, 2019, Geocachers discovered caches and posted pictures to social media each week for a chance to win $1,000 to donate to a nonprofit partner. At the end of the campaign, four Geocachers who completed the GeoTour and found all 10 caches, were selected to award $5,000 each to one of our nonprofit partners. Thank you for playing!
The #expLOReTaos GeoTour campaign is over, but the adventure continues through July 16, 2020. Search for geocaches and upload photos to social media to share what makes Taos unique.Play Now
Our GeoTour Partners
Get to know the 10 participating organizations better.
They are just a few of the many nonprofits doing great work in Taos.
Since 1988, Amigos Bravos works to protect and restore the waters of New Mexico.
Bridges Project for Education is expanding access and improving college completion for people of all ages, with an emphasis on students who are among the first generation in their families to seek post-secondary education.
Enchanted Circle Trails Association is dedicated to the creation of a trail system to positively affect community health, increase economic development through recreational tourism, and improve the quality of life in the region.
Not Forgotten Outreach is dedicated to motivating military, veterans and their families, as well as Gold Star families of fallen heroes, to participate in recreational and therapeutic activities in order to facilitate the healing process.
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is a stepping stone to new opportunities. We inspire young adults to make a positive difference in themselves and their communities. Through training and service, Corpsmembers discover their potential for healthy, productive lives.
Taos Community Foundation is connecting people and opportunities, generating resources to build a more creative, caring and thriving community.
Taos Land Trust is empowering people to protect the land and traditions they love through education, advocacy and conservation.
Taos Valley Acequia Association is ensuring the long-term sustainability of the traditional agricultural communities of the Taos Valley by protecting water rights and preserving and strengthening the acequia system.
The Paseo Project is transforming art through community and community through art.
Twirl, A Play & Discovery Space is supporting the growth and potential of children in Taos through inspirational, community-wide opportunities to gather, learn, create and play.
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