Elevating Our Future
For more than 45 years, The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado has been the local resource for philanthropy. We have worked to bring people and resources together, channel passion into action, and invest in solutions. But the Foundation has been called to do more.
The opportunities for major, regional impact are great. We have heard our fund holders, community leaders, and nonprofit partners loud and clear— the Foundation can play a deeper role to ensure the long-term wellbeing of Northern Colorado.
Northern Colorado faces many complex, regional issues no single entity can solve alone. If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that together, the people of Northern Colorado can accomplish amazing things.
Through the COVID-19 Response Fund—a partnership between the Community Foundation and United Way of Larimer County—65 nonprofit organizations received funding that allowed them to adapt programming and continue vital services in 2020.
The NoCo Fires Fund raised $750,000 to help mitigate the destruction caused by the severe 2020 wildfires—funding critical for watershed protection and environmental restoration for the benefit of all Northern Colorado.
Other large-scale, collaborative projects, like the revitalization of downtown Loveland and the creation of Sky Corral Ranch, will improve the lives of Coloradans for years to come.
These are incredible demonstrations of the impact the Community Foundation can have on our region by working in collaboration with other community leaders and harnessing the generosity of Northern Colorado.