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Hot off the press: Our Annual Report
Celebration of Philanthropy: Announcing Keynote Speaker Katie Kramer
Scholarship applications due February 28
Part-time job opening: Accounting Coordinator
Internships that matter

Hot off the press: 2018 ANNUAL REPORT

Be inspired by stories of individuals and organizations from our growing Community Foundation family.


CELEBRATION OF PHILANTHROPY:
Announcing Keynote Speaker
MAY 2, 2019

Katie Kramer, president and CEO of the Boettcher Foundation, will inspire attendees as the event’s Keynote Speaker. Ms. Kramer has come full-circle with the Boettcher Foundation. She was selected as a Boettcher Scholar in 1993 and served in various roles since 1997, including as director of the scholarship program and vice president—a title she assumed at the age of 26.  She was named president and CEO in 2016. Read more

Sponsorship opportunities are now available!

We invite you to celebrate Northern Colorado generosity by signing up as a sponsor of the 2019 Celebration of Philanthropy. Follow the link to learn more about sponsorship benefits and to register, or contact our team at events@NoCoFoundation.org.

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SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 28!

The Foundation provides financial support to students with a variety of backgrounds and education goals. Scholarship awards range from $1,000 to $6,000 and are targeted by high school, field of study, or other criteria that reflect the passion of the donors.

Students complete one brief, general application that will automatically match them to the scholarship awards for which they qualify.

click here to apply

 


PART-TIME JOB OPENING: accounting coordinator

We invite you to help us find the right person for this new position. The Accounting Coordinator will perform daily accounting functions, work with both internal and external stakeholders effectively, and collaborate with team members to further the Foundation’s mission. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until filled.

www.NoCoFoundation.org/jobs


Internships that matter 

Paid internships at the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado provide college students with opportunities to participate in meaningful work and develop marketable, professional skills. We allow students to focus on the field of their choice and experience real, hands-on work while growing their professional portfolio. Responsibilities include assisting with events, donor services, outreach, marketing, and operational management. Apply today at www.NoCoFoundation.org/jobs.

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February 2019

COMPUTERS FOR KIDS

School-aged children living in Loveland Housing Authority communities were surprised with new computers under the tree this past December from 99 Technology. Aspire 3D added a free reading program to support children's literacy development. www.lovelandhousing.org

INTERNATIONAL NONPROFIT BASED IN FORT COLLINS CELEBRATES 20 YEARS HELPING PEOPLE AND THE PLANET

Trees, Water & People's mission is to improve lives by empowering indigenous communities across the Americas to protect, conserve, and manage their natural resources. TWP is celebrating its 20th year anniversary by highlighting work addressing the root causes of people’s migration away from their homes. 
https://treeswaterpeople.org

COLORADO WATER TRUST PIONEERING PROJECT TO KEEP THE POUDRE RIVER FLOWING

Colorado Water Trust and partners are working on a plan to increase flows in the Poudre River. This will allow cities, farmers, and companies to lend water to the river during low flows. Environmental protection on the Poudre sparked strong debate among water users in the past, but today, Colorado Water Trust is working on solutions to keep the river connected for future generations. 
coloradowatertrust.org


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