Supporting SCFD 


 About the SCFD

SCC Joint Database

 Cloud based system to manage your database & request loans from others of mailing contacts

New User Friendly Site - See details here:

Renewal/join up: due August 15 

 Learn more here 


              NETWORKING              MEETINGS 

 No summer meetings except SCC Board - see you in the Fall.  

 See Meeting Page for Updates here



Make Your Community Your Classroom  

>  find workshops, assemblies, professional development, field trips and more

on a user-friendly searchable site


      Connect With Educators & Parents

> list your educational programs with this new

searchable online platform

           Join up for free or low cost  on this national education database with interactive maps blogs, program listings, and contacts for your organization   

  Organizations!  Sign up for free listing using this form:   

Alliance Grant for Schools  Selected for 2018-19

RSVP for Kickoff Aug. 3 here

Adams County:  Crown Pointe Academy

Arapahoe County: Byers K-12 

Mrachek Middle - Satellite School

Boulder County: Louisville Middle/             Louisville Elementary 

Broomfield County:

Birch Elementary/ Emerald Elementary

Denver County: Swigert Elementary  International Academy of Denver 

Douglas County

Parker Performing Arts School 

Jefferson County: Creighton Middle/

Slater Elementary 

Rocky Mountain Deaf School - Satellite School 

These teams of schools will receive over over 25 arts, culture and science organizations with workshops, field trips, bus support, assemblies and more!


       Clyfford Still Museum "inStill 


The Scientific & Cultural Collaborative (SCC) is a non-profit  comprised ​of cultural organizations funded by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, a cultural tax in the 7-county area that funds over 300 organizations.

MISSION; SCC empowers scientific and cultural organizations through collaboration and capacity-building for the benefit of the public.

VISION: Together we will be leaders in advocacy, collaborators on opportunities and challenges in our fields, and providers of access to rich artistic, scientific and cultural opportunities for all members of our community.

​Since 1994, the SCC members have worked together by investing a portion of their SCFD awards into joint education and public awareness ventures. In essence: "to do things together that we could not do alone” through collaboration, regional service, and accessibility