FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 1, 2017

The Best Year Yet® Foundation Names its First Grantee

The Athena Project in Denver, Colorado has been announced as the first recipient of a grant from the newly established Best Year Yet Foundation

A nonprofit dedicated to strengthening local and global communities by empowering women and girls to embrace their place as leaders in the arts, the Athena Project has created a powerful program that includes a wide range of programs in music, theater, dance, visual arts and more.  Their annual signature event, The Athena Project Arts Festival, fills the month of March with the theatre, music and dance of talented female creators who make up Denver’s artistic community,  powering women and girls toward artistic leadership.

Best Year Yet Foundation Executive Director Aaron Cohen will work directly with the leadership team to develop strategies, focus, and team-building for the next 12 months, helping team members strengthen their internal structures to expand the program’s impact on the community.

Officially started in May of 2017, the Best Year Yet Foundation was created in response to a need to provide training and support to nonprofits and organization who serve the communities in which we live, but who may not have access to sorely needed development programs.

The Best Year Yet system has been used successfully for over 35 years by over 1,000,000 individuals and over 1,000 businesses around the world, ranging from SMBs to international corporations.

Learn more about The Athena Project at: http://www.athenaprojectarts.org

Learn more about the Best Year Yet® Foundation at: http://go.bestyearyet.com/best-year-yet-foundation or contact Aaron Cohen at aaron@bestyearyet.com.