The Ark Valley High Rollers are a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer run organization made up of women from Chaffee County.  We not only play roller derby, but continue to reach out to the community by volunteering for local events and supporting local nonprofits by donating a portion of bout proceeds to a local charity of choice.

Our Community Partner application is closed for the 2017 season. 

Please go here to get more information about the Community Partnership process.

Community Partners 2017

Our 2017 Community Partner recipients were presented with a check from our bouting proceeds at all home games.  These organizations work throughout Chaffee County to safeguard, enable, and enrich our citizens and we are honored to advance their efforts with a monetary contribution.  Our recipients and a link to read more about their mission and efforts is provided below.

May 6, 2017

AVHR All-Stars vs. High Altitude Roller Derby

SPOT: Salida-area Parks, Open-space and Trails

SPOT (Salida-area Parks Open-space & Trails) is an incubator for projects within its areas of interest, providing expertise and support for others to achieve their dreams. SPOT is a 501[c]3 non-profit corporation registered with the State of Colorado. Over the years, SPOT has worked with Chaffee County, the City of Salida, the Towns of Buena Vista and Poncha Springs, the Bureau of Land Management, the National Forest Service, various public and private agencies and countless individuals on projects worth more than $2,000,000.

June 24, 2017

AVHR All-Stars vs. 10th Moutain Roller Dolls

GARNA:  Greater Arkansas River Nature Association

Greater Arkansas River Nature Association’s mission is to foster stewardship of the resources of the greater Arkansas River region through education, volunteerism and experiences.

September 30, 2017

AVHR Mix-Up Bout – Jala”PAIN”o Poppers vs. Cornbread Crushers

Central Colorado Conservancy

Colorado Conservancy is committed to conserving the region’s land, water and wildlife by partnering with landowners, agricultural producers and the community.