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Give Where you live. Today.


Colorado's largest day of online giving, Colorado Gives Day, takes place on Tuesday, December 4. On this day, thousands of Coloradoans join together to support nonprofits across the state.

Schedule your donation today! Visit NoCoGives.org and browse the list of this year's participating local nonprofits. Select “Colorado Gives Day” under the donation frequency tab to ensure that the nonprofit you support is eligible for a portion of a $1 million incentive fund, courtesy of the Community First Foundation and FirstBank.

 

About Colorado Gives Day

Thanks to the support of generous donors on Colorado Gives Day 2017, over $1.68 million was raised for nonprofit organizations in Larimer County as part of the record-breaking $36 million statewide total.

Made possible by the Community First Foundation of Denver, ColoradoGives.org is a year-round, online giving resource featuring more than 2,200 Colorado charities. The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado serves as the Regional Champion for Colorado Gives to support Larimer County nonprofits. Click here to learn more.

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COLORADO GIVES DAY RALLY

Tuesday, November 27, from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, 4745 Wheaton Dr., Fort Collins

Attention nonprofits: The Foundation invites you to help build excitement for Colorado Gives Day in Larimer County. Bring your staff, board members, supporters, and your banners for a nonprofit community-wide photo. Enjoy lunch starting at noon, followed by the photo session, and grant giveaway for two nonprofits ($500 each). Organizations must be present to win!  

Click here for more information.


COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDS DISTRIBUTE GRANTS

We carry out the wishes of our donors by investing in the vision, passion, and expertise of impactful organizations, and we are thankful for the charitable work carried out by the 37 nonprofits that were awarded funding during our 2018 competitive grant cycle. The total amount of grants by community served are:

Estes Valley Community Fund: $81,400
Berthoud Community Fund:  $35,850
Loveland Generations: $25,500

Special thanks to the dedicated grantmaking committees that are responsible for reviewing funding requests and recommending distributions that will serve residents in their respective communities.


HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

Tuesday, December 4, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, 4745 Wheaton Dr., Fort Collins

Celebrate the season with the Community Foundation staff and Board of Trustees at our Holiday Open House! Enjoy a variety of beverages and festive hors d'oeuvres while mingling with other donors and nonprofit representatives.

For more information, and to RSVP by November 30, click here.


IN MEMORIAM

All of us at the Community Foundation were saddened by the recent loss of Molly Murray. Molly is a former member of our Board of Trustees and, through many different avenues dedicated her time and resources to bettering our community. She leaves behind a legacy that will continue to have impact for years to come. 


 
 

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October - November 2018

NEW GLEN HAVEN TOWN HALL DEDICATED NOV. 3

The heart of Glen Haven — its town hall that was completely destroyed in the September 2013 flood — has been rebuilt entirely with donations. Although there is no government to occupy this town hall, there are about 400 residents who will love to get together for potlucks and other community events. www.glenhaventownhall.org

Ballet Renaissance awarded grant for summer 2019 programming

Ballet Renaissance announces Estes Valley Community Fund Committee (EVCF-part of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado) is providing funding for its Summer 2019 Programming.

Since 2017, EVCF support makes it possible for participants of any age or level to experience classical training for 6 weeks at no charge. 40-45 girls and boys come through the programs each summer, many of whom have never take a ballet class before. http://www.balletren.org/

ChildSafe moves to a new home

Chester the therapy dog is thrilled to have a new place to work. He invites everyone to visit ChildSafe's new Fort Collins home at 2001 S. Shields St, Building K. Visit https://www.childsafecolorado.org/ to learn about ChildSafe’s work and how therapy dogs help kids hope, heal, and flourish.


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