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Nonprofits in Our Community
Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center
Your support of the EPNRC will ensure the availability of resources needed by area nonprofits to be sustainable and become stronger. Our volunteer board and 2 part time staff have valiantly tried to meet the educational needs of the nonprofits in our community. With over 100 nonprofits serving the Estes Valley, it has become evident that adding capacity is necessary to achieve our mission. Support all of the nonprofits in the Estes Valley by contributing to EPNRC's $25,000 goal.
Rotary Club of Fort Collins Charities, Inc.
The vision of the Rotary Club of Fort Collins Charities, Inc. is to be known for our service to the members of this city and for our commitment to Service Above Self helping disenfranchised children and others throughout the local and global community
Estes Valley Library Friends & Foundation
The mission of the Estes Valley Public Library Friends and Foundation is to maintain, support, and improve the Estes Valley Public Library District, by engaging in fund raising activities, creating and managing an endowment, disbursing funds to the Library and cooperating with the Board of Trustees of the Library and the Friends of the Library and other organizations in the Estes Park area in maintaining, supporting, and improving the Library.
High Plains Environmental Center
HPEC will launching a capital campaign in early 2016 to begin the development of an educational visitor center with a specific focus on conserving and restoring Colorado's unique native bio-diversity in the midst of development. The center will demonstrate, through extensive gardens and exhibits, the benefits to wildlife and water conservation derived from the use of native plants in landscaping, open space, and urban stormwater ponds.