Roundup River Ranch continues to make positive impact for kids with serious illnesses

16th August, 2014 by

By Edward Stoner

EAGLE COUNTY — In 2006, Colorado philanthropist Alison Knapp metaphorically threw a stone into a pond. The stone was Knapp’s vision to build a camp for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses, a camp that would be part of Paul Newman’s legacy, The Serious Fun Children’s Network. The pond was Eagle County, home to Vail and Beaver Creek resorts and a community known for its philanthropic largesse and culture of volunteerism. Naturally, her stone created ripples that spread. Soon the ripples touched local philanthropists who shared Knapp’s vision and professionals who could make it happen. In 2006, Roundup River Ranch …

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