NORTHERN COLORADO COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND
Accepting donations to support local nonprofits

The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the United Way of Larimer County partnered to establish the Northern Colorado COVID-19 Response Fund. As with other disaster response initiatives, the objective is to provide leadership and collaborative funding to support those who face the greatest need.

The coronavirus has stunned the world and is taking its toll on every individual and organization, including our community’s nonprofits. To help respond to this unprecedented challenge, this effort will provide funding to local nonprofit organizations that work with people disproportionately affected by the consequences of COVID-19. Initially, these recipients include human service organizations that address food insecurity, especially for youth and older adults.

As a basis for this initiative, the Foundation is contributing $50,000 dollars and the United Way is contributing $100,000. Both organizations are eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions from private foundations, corporate partners, and individual donors.

The Community Foundation and United Way of Larimer County will administer grants from the COVID-19 Fund with the assistance of community volunteers who will sit on the grant selection committee. Grants will be distributed to nonprofit organizations throughout Larimer County through the course of the crisis. The goal is to move resources quickly and adapt to evolving needs. Neither United Way nor the Foundation will charge an administrative fee for this fund.

How you can help

The best way to give is to donate online:

CLICK HERE TO DONATE

Checks may be made payable to Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, with “Northern Colorado COVID19 Response Fund” in the memo line and mailed to the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, 4745 Wheaton Dr., Fort Collins, CO 80525.

If you have a Donor Advised fund with the Foundation, you can easily contribute to this effort through your fund. When recommending a grant through the donor portal, click on Recommend Transfer and then select COVID-19 Response Fund as the recipient fund. For assistance, please contact Donor Services at donorservices@nocofoundation.org.

To contribute by text: Text LARIMERUNITED to 41444

The Community Foundation and the United Way are both 501©(3) public charities so gifts to any of our funds provide donors with the maximum tax deductions allowed by law.

Northern Colorado COVID-19 Fund Announces Third Round of Grants

May 26, 2020

Alternatives to Violence | Larimer County | $14,000
To continue to compensate staff who can work overtime to offer additional crisis services, as well as increase advertisements to reach potential clients in different ways as safer-at-home orders impact traditional advertising.

America’s Kid’s Belong | Larimer County | $24,000
To provide emergency needs to an additional 40 youth as a result of COVID-19 including food, medicine, toiletries, and shelter, as well as allow the potential for a newly created position to help maintain the 160% service increase.

Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County | Larimer County | $20,000
To support summer programs at 12 Larimer County sites serving approximately 600 youth a day by adjusting to meet health and safety requirements including increased space, additional custodial staff, and increased time along with supplies for sanitation.

Break Free Inc. dba Free Our Girls | Larimer County | $5,000
To support victims of sex trade and sex trafficking through mental health and communication support as mainstream pandemic relief efforts are not anticipated to reach them, but violence and abuse are anticipated to increase.

Catholic Charities | Larimer County | $25,000
To provide grocery delivery services including food, paper and household goods, cleaning supplies, and other essentials to low-income and vulnerable seniors who have not able to leave their home due to increased health concerns connected to COVID-19.

CASA of Larimer County | Larimer County | $10,000
To allow the continuation of the no-contact, virtual parent-child visitation program through the Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time at no cost to families through at least the end of June, in place of the typical in-person, parental visitation program.

ChildSafe | Larimer County | $5,000
To continue to provide resources to clients during social distancing through a tele-therapy model requiring additional technology, protocols, and increased staff time.

Crossroads Ministry of Estes | Estes Park, Glen Haven, Drake, Pinewood Springs, Allenspark, and surrounding unincorporated areas of Larimer County | $20,000
To help an anticipated additional 160 individuals and families with rent assistance as unemployment rates continue to rise due to COVID-19.

Crossroads Safehouse | Fort Collins | $14,000
To provide financial, rental, and housing-search assistance to victims of domestic violence who are exiting shelters and in search of private housing as domestic violence and abuse cases continue to rise effecting largely low- or no-income individuals.

Early Childhood Council of Larimer County | Larimer County | $25,000
To support childcare programs with mini grants to cover necessary operational costs as they remain open to support front line and necessary employees continuing to work during the pandemic.

Ensight Skills Center | Larimer County | $5,000
To support technological infrastructure that allows patients to tele-commute for virtual meetings and to access other important resources, especially those that are now homebound with additional health concerns.

The Family Center/La Familia | Larimer County | $10,000
To grow their financial support program to include virtual programming and access to services through mobile technology.

Finally Home | Larimer County | $9,225
To support kinship families (grandparents/other family members raising related children) who are now home with children full time, navigating working from home and financial insecurity through online support family sessions.

FoCo Café | Larimer County | $25,000
To provide food to vulnerable populations in the city of Fort Collins, working with other nonprofits in the area to specifically target those who are not already receiving meal delivery services provided by other organizations.

Foster and Adoptive Families | Larimer County | $3,500
To provide food through a pickup site offered every other month to families with foster children, kinship households, guardianship, and adoptive children.

Grand Family Coalition | Larimer County | $8,000
To provide elderly, at-risk caregivers with gift cards to stores where they can purchase basic needs for their families online without risking exposure.

Good Samaritan Society, Fort Collins Village | Larimer County | $25,000
To ensure proper health and safety of staff and residents by allowing for increased personal protective equipment purchases and cleaning supplies, as well as implement a “resident concierge” service that allows for a full day of community communication and programming in a safe way.

Homeward Alliance | Larimer County | $20,000
To provide approximately 300 meals a day, seven-days-a week to those accessing services at the temporary congregate emergency shelter at the Aztlan Center through the end of the lease term.

House of Neighborly Service | South Larimer County | $25,000
To provide utility bill assistance to those effected by poverty and situational crisis in the Thompson School District prior to the prospective June 1 shut off date.

Light of the Rockies Christian Counseling | Larimer County | $10,000
To continue to provide tele-therapy “coping sessions” for those facing anxiety, emotional stress, or depression as a result of the pandemic, as well as longer counseling sessions for healthcare professionals and first responders through the new Light of the Rockies COVID-19 Mental Health Access Scholarship Fund.

McKee Wellness Foundation | Larimer County | $25,000
To support front line medical staff at McKee Medical Center and Banner Fort Collins with quality childcare while they are serving the community during the pandemic.

The Nappie Project | Larimer County | $14,150
To support the purchase of additional diapers, supplies and inventory for the new Nappie Cloth Care Kits, protective equipment for staff and volunteers, and increased storage space as the ongoing diaper shortage continues.

Neighbor to Neighbor | Larimer County | $15,000
To provide clients with eviction prevention assistance and direct assistance with emergency needs such as food, cleaning, and household supplies in order to continue to provide stable housing in financial hardship.

Outreach Fort Collins | Larimer County | $10,000
To expand services throughout the city of Fort Collins, expecting to serve an addition 75-100 individuals in homeless and at-risk populations with the closing of the Aztlan Community Center congregate shelter.

Royal Family KIDS Larimer County c/o Timberline Church | Larimer County | $7,200
To help host a virtual camp in place of an in-person experience for 46 children that provides each child with a tablet, pre-loaded with videos that mimic camp programming.

Salud Family Health Center | Larimer County | $11,000
To equip triage centers for patients experiencing COVID-19 symptoms with necessary personal protective equipment, as well as offer telehealth options, to allow patients to continue to get the care they need as safely as possible during this time.

Salvation Army of Fort Collins | Larimer County | $7,000
To serve an increase in families and individuals reaching out for rent assistance due to emergency financial situation through the eviction prevention program.

Serve 6.8 | Fort Collins, Windsor, Greeley, Loveland, Wellington, Carr | $25,000
To provide food-distribution services, virtual finance care, rental payments, and other needs for approximately 700 families of those who are homebound during this time due to age or auto-immune issues.

Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center | Larimer County | $20,000
To provide childcare scholarships for low-income families (and families who have lost jobs) and help cover tuition loss and enable Teaching Tree to recover to full capacity over the coming months.

Warehouse Business Accelerator | Larimer County | $25,000
To deliver safe, effective personal protective equipment at no cost to essential, non-medical human service providers who are serving vulnerable populations through the Manufacturers COVID Designated Fund.

Young Life Northern Colorado | Larimer County | $4,800
To continue to provide support and care for 12 teen mothers by providing basic needs including food and baby supplies to be dropped off at their places of residence.

Northern Colorado COVID-19 Fund Announces Second Round of Grants

April 20, 2020 — Pandemic response initiative makes impact with $335k in new funding; total surpasses $530,000.

Download the press release.

Grants are reviewed by a committee comprised of volunteers from Estes Park, Loveland, and Fort Collins – as well as staff members from the United Way and the Community Foundation.

“This knowledgeable committee thoughtfully evaluates each grant application, and provides valuable insight, advice, and direction,” said Claire Bouchard, vice president of community impact for United Way of Larimer County. “We are so fortunate to have volunteers who are willing to dedicate a significant portion of their stay-at-home time to us.”

The committee also vetted the requests to ensure vulnerable populations are not only receiving services, but that these service providers are utilizing their expertise and leadership to effectively respond to new challenges. It most often awarded grants that make an immediate difference in our community, especially supporting people who are faced with food insecurity, childcare needs, housing, or other disruptions caused by the pandemic.

“Every day brings new opportunities and challenges,” stated Ella Fahrlander, chief engagement officer for the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado. “Individuals, nonprofits, government, and the private sector are stepping forward to deliver dollars, services, and supplies to those in need.”

Round two funding recipient organizations:

A Little Help | Larimer County | $25,000
To meet increased need for immediate at-home grocery and medication delivery for older, at-risk adults by onboarding over 100 new volunteers and educating them on proper safety precautions.

Alternatives to Violence | Loveland | $15,136
To maintain necessary staffing that provides 24/7 crisis response and support to victims of violent crimes, one of the only no-cost shelter resources that provides food and safety around the clock.

America’s Kid’s Belong | Larimer County | $8,000
To provide critical supplies and tools for young adults aging out of foster care, including emergency needs, assistance with crisis educational intervention, and help finding or maintaining jobs in the current climate.

Citipointe Northern Colorado Church | Loveland | $10,000
To provide access to 200 free, ready-to-eat hot meals, three-days a week, in partnership with Betta Gumbo Cares, for those who are considered most vulnerable to the virus and unable to leave their homes to pick up food.

Community DREAMer Fund | Larimer County | $11,000
To support DACAmented, undocumented, and asylum-seeking high school and college students (who are ineligible for federal pandemic assistance) with financial support to help them continue to achieve their academic goals.

Estes Park Health Foundation | Estes Valley | $25,000
To elevate safety of the in-patient ward through installing negative-pressure systems that will help ensure that air from a COVID-19 patient’s room will not travel throughout the rest of the facility.

Estes Valley Investment in Childhood Success | Estes Valley | $20,000
To provide no-cost or low-cost childcare to essential employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, financial support for low income families with young children, and recovery support for childcare providers as a result of changing standards due to the virus.

Family Housing Network of Fort Collins, Inc. | Fort Collins | $5,200
To increase safety protocols of facilities to support sheltering families, as well as an increase population of singles, and provide much-needed financial support.

Fort Collins Rescue Mission | Larimer County | $15,000
To expand the number of nutritious meals offered to a rapidly increasing guest rate as well as making necessary adjustments to the shelter system to accommodate extra safety precautions.

Front Range Community College Foundation | Larimer County | $15,000
To support the most financially vulnerable and at-risk students with rent/housing, technology, groceries, bills, medical expenses, and childcare through Emergency Student Success Grants.

Homeward Alliance | Larimer County | $25,000
To provide stable housing and eviction protection to individuals experiencing homelessness or who have escaped homelessness in the last two years, along with case management for newly housed families that are now at risk for homelessness especially due to disability and age-related factors.

La Cocina | Larimer County | $10,000
To support behavioral health services for the Northern Colorado Latinx community addressing child and partner abuse during this stay at home mandate by providing wrap-around case management through online resources.

Light of the Rockies Christian Counseling | Larimer County | $18,305
To provide tele-therapy “coping sessions” for those facing anxiety, emotional stress, or depression as a result of the pandemic, as longer counseling sessions for healthcare professionals and first responders through the new Light of the Rockies COVID-19 Mental Health Access Scholarship Fund.

NOCO Dream Center dba Resurrection Fellowship | Larimer County | $8,421
To expand beyond the distribution of household goods, foods, and other basic needs into one-time rental assistance to an increasing client base who are financially vulnerable.

Project Self-Sufficiency of Loveland-Fort Collins | Larimer County | $10,000
To address new and immediate needs of families enrolled in the Healthy Families Program, including emergency assistance with housing, transportation, mental health, childcare, and other living expenses that may be impacted due to the pandemic.

SAFY of CO | Larimer County | $7,940
To provide trauma-informed services to support emotional well-being and safety of children in foster care and families receiving family preservation services as the effects of trauma are escalated during times of crisis.

The Salvation Army of Loveland | Larimer County | $9,600
To provide emergency, non-congregate shelter for the medically fragile homeless at hotels in the area for up to 140 days with access to health care services, food, and transportation.

Serve 6.8 | Fort Collins, Windsor, Greeley, Loveland, Wellington, Carr | $25,000
To provide food-distribution services, virtual finance care, rental payments, and other needs for approximately 700 families of those who are homebound during this time due to age or auto-immune issues.

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center | Larimer County | $14,000
To enable the continuation of therapy services through the implementation of HIPPA compliance tele-health systems, staffing support, and hotline conversion costs associated with offering medical help virtually for victims of sexual assault.

Sunrise Community Health | Larimer County | $12,500
To increase access to COVID-19 screening for uninsured, underinsured, and low-income patients by screening and testing patients, purchasing viral media, swabs, alcohol, and appropriate PPE, as well as other necessary supplies for the separate respiratory clinic site.

Live the Victory, INC dba The Matthews House | Larimer County | $15,688
To shift case management services and programs to telephone and online platforms and increase staff capacity to continue to provide critical support for low-income youth and families in the Larimer County welfare and juvenile justice system.

Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development | Larimer County | $13,707
To support increased staffing and therapist hours to provide for an increasing number of referrals as well as support with basic family needs and crisis intervention work allowing clients with mental health issues to access services for free, even if they have lost their health insurance.

YMCA of the Rockies | Estes Valley | $15,000
To provide emergency childcare to healthcare workers, first responders, and essential workers in the Estes Valley and providing scholarships to any family who is unable to pay due to unemployment or underemployment during this time.

Northern Colorado COVID-19 Fund Announces First Round of Grants

March 31, 2020 — Northern Colorado COVID-19 Response Fund announces a grant distribution of $200,125 to 15 human service groups. These groups are active across Larimer County, including Allenspark, Berthoud, Drake, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Glen Haven, Loveland, Wellington, and unincorporated areas of the county.

Due to the novel nature of the coronavirus — and the unprecedented measures being taken by state and local governments regarding health and safety — nonprofits are experiencing a dramatic increase in volumes of need. Every grant distributed went to nonprofits seeking funding for both new and current needs, that have arisen as a direct response to COVID-19. Our grant review committee has vetted the requests to ensure vulnerable populations are not only receiving services, but that these services that are being creative in responding to new challenges created by COVID-19.

Round one funding recipient organizations:

Aspire 3D | Loveland | $12,000
To maintain stable housing, financial security, food security, medical care, hygiene products and a newly created “check-in” system for elderly adults and at-risk individuals.

Boys and Girls Club of Larimer County | Larimer County | $15,000
To use the resources of the Boys and Girls Club to provide accessible, sustainable, school-aged childcare for first responders and health care workers using emergency childcare centers.

Crossroads Ministry of Estes | Western Areas of Larimer County | $20,000
To meet the new and changing needs of public and human services including food assistance, housing, transportation, and case management as well as other emergency needs.

Crossroads SafeHouse | Fort Collins | $10,000
To provide emergency shelter, food, clothing, and necessities for victims of domestic violence and their children by providing a safe and healthy space.

The Family Center/La Familia | Fort Collins | $10,000
To assist with direct financial support and housing stabilization for approximately 20 families as a stop-gap measure to prevent housing loss during economic hardship.

Food Bank of Larimer County | Larimer County | $25,000
To meet the increased food needs for current and new clients through the Fresh Food Share program that has converted to a drive-up food pantry model.

Genesis Project of Fort Collins | Fort Collins | $9,000
To provide sack lunches and rental assistance to over 70 residents living in the ParkLane Mobile Home Park, many of whom are youth, elderly, and ineligible for other forms of assistance.

Homeward Alliance | Larimer County | $25,000
To provide onsite food, shelter, and services to those experiencing homelessness, offering social distancing in a safe environment at the newly established hub at the Northside Aztlan Center in Fort Collins.

House of Neighborly Service | Loveland and Berthoud | $9,500
To acquire food, toiletries, and grocery gift cards for creating food baskets that can be accessed twice a month during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Loveland Rotary Club Foundation KidsPak | Loveland | $8,375
To increase the weekly food bag count and provide a bridge of support to food insecure students in the Thompson School District.

Meals on Wheels Fort Collins | Fort Collins | $14,000
To subsidize costs of meals to senior citizens, preparing alternative meal options to meet emergency needs, as well as connecting volunteers with home-bound seniors and disabled adults through phone communications and video chats.

Neighbor to Neighbor | Larimer County | $10,000
To provide emergency rental assistance as well as implement an online software component to ease client access and qualifies the organization for additional funding and government assistance.

The Nappie Project | Larimer County | $10,000
To distribute two shipments of 30,000 diapers to various organizations, that in turn, distribute these directly to families in need.

Salud Family Health Centers | Larimer County | $15,000
To enable Salud to actively change healthcare delivery models (with patient safety in mind) including implementing a triage protocol outside of clinics for those experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

UCHealth N. Colorado Foundation | Fort Collins | $7,250
To provide food for food-insecure individuals over a two-month period who often pair their medical visit with a stop at the connected food pantry.

Grantmaking process and application instructions

To support the response to the unprecedented challenge, this effort will provide funding to local nonprofit organizations that work with people disproportionately affected by the consequences of COVID-19. Applicants may submit more than one application for projects that are substantially different in nature. A complete application submission is required for each separate funding request.

Please note these grant funds are dedicated to supporting people disproportionately affected by the consequences of COVID-19. Funding decisions will be based upon how well each prospective grantee can demonstrate:

  • How grant funding will meet immediate needs that resulted from the COVID-19 coronavirus.
  • The organizational capacity to meet such needs and accomplish the proposed activities.
  • Alignment with the funding priorities identified in these guidelines.

How to apply:

1. IMPORTANT: Please review the Grantmaking Framework (available here) and Application Instructions in their entirety before submitting the application form.

2. Eligible applicants should complete the form below, which requires that they upload all required attachments along with their responses to the following narrative questions. All uploaded documents should be formatted to be printed on letter-size paper (8.5” × 11”).

Narrative:

(up to two typed pages, 12-point font and 1-inch margins):

  • Very briefly summarize your organization’s mission and geographic area served.
  • Summarize the specific program or project for which you plan to use the grant funding (program/project description, key activities, target population/community, geographic area to be served under this grant, and estimated number to be served if applicable).
  • Describe how grant funding will meet immediate needs that have resulted from the COVID-19 coronavirus. Detail how your program will expand, pivot, or stretch to meet a new need that is directly related to COVID-19 coronavirus, and provide brief examples from your program line item budget about how grant funds will be used.
  • Describe your organization’s capacity to meet needs that have arisen and accomplish the proposed activities. Comment on the length of time your organization has been providing this type of program or project and include the name(s) of longstanding funders and collaborators.

Attachments:

Please upload (in PDF format) your Narrative responses, financials, and Board of Directors. The file name should include the name of your organization. Example: “ABC Agency narrative”.

  • Narrative, described above
  • Financial information (applicants are encouraged to minimize administrative costs and direct a significant majority of the funding to project activities)
  • A line-item budget for the proposed project or program, including projected income and expenses. (If your project is submitted without a line-item budget for the proposed project or program it will not be reviewed.)
  • A list of all other pending, potential, or confirmed requests for funding for the project.
  • 2019-2020 organizational budget (revenue and expenses)
  • Year-to-date financial statements, including a balance sheet and statement of activities. Your project/program budget, 2019-2020 organizational budget, and year-to-date financial statements should be submitted as one PDF file
  • Board of Directors list
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Questions should be directed to the Community Foundation at donorservices@NoCoFoundation.org or (970) 224-3462.

Report on funding received

If a final report is required, the grant award letter sent to your organization with the check will provide details regarding timing and submission. All reports should be submitted electronically using the online Report Form.

“This initiative reflects the core of why the Community Foundation exists. We have the infrastructure, relationships, and experience to convene community resources and respond rapidly when action is need.”
— Ray Caraway, Community Foundation president

“This fund is designed to be nimble, and will evolve to meet the greatest needs of the community as they unfold. We appreciate the opportunity to work collaboratively with the Community Foundation to connect generous businesses and individuals to a meaningful and local opportunity to help those affected by the pandemic.”
— Annie Davies, United Way of Larimer County chief executive officer

Thank you for your support:

(as of 5/20/20)

1st Bank

A
Wendy and Jim Abbott
In memory of Kristi Angelo
John Ankrum in honor of Zephyr Branch
Sharon P. Austin

B
Babo and Mamo in honor of Palmer Withrow
Steve and Cheryl Backsen
Chris and Wendy Banks
Heather and Dirk Banks
Noel Barrett Shuler Foundation
In memory of Alexandra Barrow
Yvette and Tom Bassarear in honor of Emily and Kelly’s Fundraiser The Sugarbirds
Mishelle and Bob Baun in honor of Marilyn Heller
Dan and Sheila Berlin Foundation
Bohemian Foundation
Fran and Bob Bostwick
Denise and Mark Bretting
In memory of Kathy Burch
Linsey Burns

C
Dot Cada in honor of Sharlene Johnson
Ken and Joy Campbell
Ray and Mary Caraway
Catalyst Endowment Fund
Steve and Jennifer Cecil
Carl and Mary Ann Chambers
Childers Family Fund
Tony Cheng and Christine Dianni
Gib and Sandy Charles
Rhys & Judy Christensen Family Fund
Clear Image Media, Inc.
Colby Family
Craig L. & Cynthia L. Jensen Fund

D
Jean Darcy
Laurie D’Audney in memory of Bruce D’Audney
Katie and Jeff Davis
Laura Davis
Mike and Janene Dellenbach
Brenda and George Dickison
Kenneth Dillman
Dohn Construction
Kevin Duggan
Douglas and Cathy Dumler

E
Paula and Dave Edwards / Edwards Family Fund
Janet Egan / Eggleston family Fund
Elevations Credt Union
Elevations Foundation, Inc.
Evans-Phillips Family Charitable Fund
Jerry and Dianne Ewing

F
Fort Collins Community Fund Committee
Ella Fahrlander in honor of Kelly and Mark Anderson
Kenneth and Elizabeth Farrar
Jan and Jim Findlater
Formanek Family Fund
Fort Collins Community Fund Committee
Patricia R. Fossen in honor of Bess Frees
Front Range Equine Performance, LLC
Kristine and Pamela Furumo

G
Martin Gelfand

H
Felix Haimson
James and Wadene Hall
Greg and Debbie Hammons Fund
Patsy Hansen Fund
Ann and David Healy
David Heidmann
In memory of Simon Heinzerling
Brit Heiring and Tyson Kehler
Sally Henry
Rupert and Debra Herrick
Caleb and Jennifer Holman in meory of Helen Holman
Deborah Hover
Laurie and Todd Huckaby
Hudnut Family Fund
Larry Hulse in memory of Lewis and Laura Bell Hulse
Isaac Hynes

I
IFAM Capital

J
Jim and Elizabeth Jamseson
Ellen Javernick
Roy and Anna Marie Johansen
Frank and Carolyn Johnson Fund
Liz and Paul Johnson
Don and Jan Jorgensen Fund

K
Key Bank Foundation
George and Shirley Kobar
George and Marilyn Kress

L
Lamp Rynearson, Inc.
Janet Laughon
Cristie Lee
Linda & Raym Geis Charitable Gift Fund
Lloyd Family Foundation
Loveland Community Fund Committee
Loveland Housing Authority
Jerrie Lyndon

M
Gerald and Carole Makela
Scott and Jana McKenzie
James Meiman Mesikapp Family Fund
James and Marsha Michael & Marberry
Leland Miller
Paula and Shawn Mills
Jeff Moe
Vincent Murphy

N
NAI Affinity
New Belgium Family Donor Advised Fund
Nick and Cindy Nelson
Noel Barrett

O
Obermann Family Fund
Odell Family Fund
Ottercares Foundation
Bob Overbeck

P
Griffin Paul
Suzanne and Andy Peterson

R
Jim and Jean Reeder
William Robertson
Victor Rosengren
Jim and Walta Ruff
Richard Rush

S
Philip Eugene San Filippo
In memory of Mary T Scobey
Ryan Scrivner
Tom and Donna Sebastian
Lorraine Seger
Serimus Foundation
Shelley Kerr and Dave Cummings
Bradford and Nadine Sheafor
Tom and Carol Shonka
Shuler Foundation
Joyce Sjogren
Katherine and Bruce Smith
Robert and Patricia Smith
Wayne and Jeanne Snyder
Mike Sollenberger and Corkie Odell
Kurt and Joanna Spieler
Starr & Westbrook, P.C.
St. Peter’s Fly Shop

T
Rebecca Sue Tello
John W. and Judi L.Thomas
Lise Thomas

V
David and Marcia Valenta
Louise Vance
Vanguard (Sally Bowden Fund)
Hillary Vervalin
Vision Financial Group
Raleigh and Rebecca Voas

W
Tim and Julie Walsh
Denise and Pu Wang
Vicki Ward
Paula and Mark Weiman
Julie Wertz
Robert and Cheryl West
Jim and Nicole Whitenight
William and Susan Wilcox
Roger Wolfe
Sandra Womble

Y
Shannon Yockey
Amy Young and Mike Hogan

We also want to thank donors who have supported the fund by donating to the United Way of Larimer County. Click here to see the donor list.

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Press Releases

Northern Colorado COVID-19 Fund distributes over $1 million, May 27, 2020