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Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza and Mammoth Brewing Company are committed to supporting causes that raise awareness for the environment, arts, youth and our local community. Together, we can all make a difference by getting involved and giving back. See our 2019 nonprofit partners below.


Infinite Music™ is a 501(c)3 grassroots organization that strives to make musical opportunities more accessible and affordable to underserved youth in Mammoth Lakes and other rural communities.

Since 2013, we have helped over 250 young people with musical opportunities including private and group after-school music lessons, new instruments, attendance at live music performances, workshops with professional musicians, and, for some, the chance to perform on a professional festival stage. Our programs offer a diverse range of musical genres, styles and techniques and help young people develop themselves musically, personally, and socially.

Infinite Music™ believes that music is the springboard to learning for all students, regardless of academic level, language, or socioeconomic status. When young people are introduced to music, it serves as a great equalizer, a force for good, and a brilliant outlet for creative expression.

Infinite Music™ is an all-volunteer group, currently staffed through the activities of a dedicated board and other volunteers. Every dollar we make goes to advocating music-making for kids!

Infinite Music™ is pleased to be a part of Beyond Blues Thursday and help give local youth in Mammoth the gift of music. Learn how you can support the cause. There are infinite ways to give.


One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that plants trees around the world, including right here in our home state of California and nearby Yosemite National Park. While they’ve planted over a million trees on 4 continents around the world last year, in projects that range from agroforestry to habitat expansion and watershed restoration, California forest fire recovery is a big initiative that’s near and dear to their hearts. Through a coalition of local partnerships that include both public and private lands, they’re planting trees in fire-smart ways, where they’re needed most throughout the state. Those trees help reduce soil erosion, improve our air and water, provide space for wildlife, reduce invasive species, restore beautiful landscapes, and provide many more priceless benefits. We’re happy to give back to nature and keep our environment healthy and resilient.


MHS Boosters is a non-profit, all volunteer, parent-teacher-community organization. Our mission is to:

“Assist Mammoth High School by fostering cooperation and communication between parents, staff, students and the public, and to promote success in academics, athletics, and the arts.”

The Boosters fund:

  • College Book Awards (scholarships)
  • Provide funding for all MHS Sport Teams
  • Support Student Services: ASB/NHS, Fishing, Drama, Art and Band
  • Provide funding for teacher special projects and requests
  • Host teacher appreciation luncheons
  • Help sponsor assemblies
  • Annual legacy projects: locker room and weight room
  • (upcoming), NEW maple hardwood gym floor, fully renovated Teacher’s Lounge, scoreboard, snack bar renovation & electronic marquee


Rotary International (RI) – Founded 1905 Motto: Service Above Self

The mission of The Rotary Club of Mammoth Lakes is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.


Mammoth Lakes Women’s Club