Ready for some good news? I’ve got two things for you.
To start, last Sunday I shared with you that there was a new local coalition emerging, led by people of color, directly addressing racism in our community. I invited you to take a leap of faith and support their leadership with financial support. My first piece of good news is that between the two services…
From July 1 through August 11 (except July 14), we Shared the Plate with the Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity Multi-Faith Build for Iman and her family.
Respite Care, Inc is a nonprofit organization in Larimer County that provides short-term specialized care to children with developmental disabilities, giving respite to parents and enhancing the quality of life for the entire family.
From March 24 through April 28, our Share the Plate recipient was Sanctuary Everywhere.
On March 10th and 17th, the Share the Plate went to Project 31:25 whose Mission reads, “Guided by a relentless pursuit of Safety, Empowerment and Strength, we will strive to heal and restore all that the trauma from abuse has stolen….
In February, the Share the Plate offering was for Homeward Alliance’s Outreach Program.
In January, the Share the Plate offering was for La Cocina, a program of The Family Center/La Familia.
Mission Statement: The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado is the proactive voice for promoting justice, religious liberty, and interfaith understanding, driving social change and equality through education and dialogue. The goal […]
“Share the Plate” for October raised $3,194.11 for Faith Family Hospitality (FFH), an organization that provides a great service to our community and gives busy Foothills members a way to serve without making a long-term commitment. FFH not only provides temporary shelter, but helps each family develop and implement a plan that leads to permanent housing. Over 80% of FFH guest families are successful and achieve that goal.
from Jane Everham The Share the Plate for July was RMIAN: Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network. During the month of July, we donated $3,000 to RMIAN. As you will see […]