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Longmont Meals on Wheels
We promote client health and independence through good nutrition and social interaction. LMOW helps seniors and people with disabilities with a proper diet so they can stay independent in their own homes for as long as possible. Poor nutrition and skipped meals have a bigger impact on senior health than other age groups. Recently a client had an appointment with her eye doctor who noticed her vision improved significantly. He determined the difference was her nutrition: Longmont Meals on Wheels!
Hunger Free Colorado
Hunger is a serious and often invisible problem in Colorado. In tens of thousands of homes across the state, our neighbors are struggling to make ends meet and many don't know when and where they will get their next meal. More than 800,000 Coloradans-from children to seniors-are at risk of hunger right now. But hunger is a solvable problem. Hunger Free Colorado is the state's leading anti-hunger organization, working to ensure that all Coloradans have access to nutritious, affordable food.
Community Resources Fundby Community Resources Fund
Thank you for your thoughtful contribution to the Community Resources Fund, held at Community First Foundation. Your gift is appreciated and will make a positive difference by providing charitable support to a wide range of nonprofit organizations.
Community First Foundation is committed to strengthening the metropolitan Denver community. This commitment extends to providing a range of philanthropic services to individuals, businesses and the nonprofit community. Together, with common purpose, lives and communities will be enhanced.
The goal for this event is $40,000 including Corporate Match.
Night Out to End Youth Homelessnessby Erik Wallace
On November 12th, Urban Peak Colorado Springs and the First United Methodist Church of Colorado Springs are asking people to sleep the night outside with them so that youth experiencing homelessness can come in from the cold. Participants spending the Night Out raise money that goes to Urban Peak Colorado Springs shelter program.
(From left to right: Erik Wallace, MD, FACP; Katie Raskob; Carl Dernell; Kristen Stahl; Jacob Fox; Rima Baliga; Chris Richey (not pictured); Kevin Lee (not pictured))