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Canvas Credit Union pledges funds for Food Bank for Larimer County

By BizWest Staff — July 24, 2020 FORT COLLINS — Canvas Credit Union, headquartered in Lone Tree but with operations throughout Northern Colorado, recently announced it has raised $17,000 to help fund Food Bank for Larimer County and Food Bank of the Rockies, according to a company news release. “At the Food Bank for Larimer County, they believe no one should be hungry. Their efforts include delivering health, hope, and humanity to stabilize and build a vibrant community. Canvas couldn’t agree more with their vision,” the release said. Click Here to Continue [...]

2020-07-30T15:20:02-06:00July 30th, 2020|

Marketing leaders offer big incentives to help small businesses

WildRock Public Relations & Marketing® and Lamar Advertising Company today announced they have collaborated to help kickstart Colorado’s economy, offering small business aggressive marketing packages related to out of home advertising, public relations and digital marketing. As companies continue to reopen and relaunch, most are still trying to do more with less and get the greatest return on their marketing investments. In response to this reality, WildRock and Lamar have joined forces to help save small businesses as part of the #DoingOurPart campaign in the following ways: Lamar, one of the largest [...]

2020-06-16T11:09:33-06:00June 16th, 2020|

Answering the Call to Help Small Business Owners Find Relief Funding

by Curtis Rogers, Director of Communications, Urban Libraries Council Team members from Poudre River Public Library District have stepped up to support small business owners across Colorado during the coronavirus pandemic by answering a call for help from the state’s Office of Economic Development & International Trade. Overwhelmed by the high volume of inquiries about the Paycheck Protection Program, CARES Act and other relief funding during the initial outbreak of COVID-19, the OEDIT asked for help from the library staff in answering questions that come in on the state’s financial [...]

2020-06-08T11:47:14-06:00June 8th, 2020|

The Aims Community College family is here for you!

During these challenging times, Aims strives to support our employees, students, and community members in every way we can. To maintain a safe learning environment, Aims transitioned to online and remote learning in March and will continue online and remote learning through the summer. During the transition time, Aims worked diligently to provide devices to students and employees to work and study from home, and policies and procedures were modified to accommodate our new environment. Fundraising for additional scholarships took place. The Aims Foundation “Keep the Dream Alive” campaign issued 52 [...]

2020-05-22T13:20:43-06:00May 22nd, 2020|

All Star Cleaning Services Recognizes First Responders with Free Cleaning Giveaway

All Star Cleaning Services continues to add to its list of community involvement this time creating the Hometown Heroes Giveaway and offering first responders a chance to win free cleaning services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal of the campaign, as described in the Facebook group,  is to provide free services to the police, fire and health care professionals in our community, as well, provide steady work for the cleaning crews.  "Let's face it, when we are allowed to reopen our schedule will not be as full as it [...]

2020-05-13T15:40:00-06:00May 13th, 2020|

Woodward, CSU team join forces on rapid-response ventilator project

Written and Published by: Allison Vitt Colorado State University- College of Engineering A natural gas fuel injector may not be a staple in the medical device industry, but for a team of engineers from Colorado State University and Fort Collins-based Woodward, Inc., it proved to be a key component in the design of a low-cost, durable ventilator. Back in early March, CSU and Woodward engaged in a joint effort to develop a ventilator that could be quickly manufactured and deployed if the state faced shortages. The project was a [...]

2020-05-11T12:48:00-06:00May 11th, 2020|

Team Feeds And Encourages Northern Colorado Health Care Workers Fighting Coronavirus

Written and Published by: Dillon Thomas, CBS4 Denver Facebook Page Go Fund Me Page Thanks to a team of women in northern Colorado, hundreds of health care workers in hospitals are eating warm meals prepared by local restaurants. The group “Feed the NoCo Front Line” received more than $30,000 in donations since conception by Tricia Canonico. Canonico told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas her idea started during the coronavirus outbreak as a goal of raising $1,000. By the end of the first day of the fundraiser, Coloradans had donated more than $10,000. “We [...]

2020-04-27T18:00:29-06:00April 27th, 2020|

Hot Corner Concepts and Bohemian Foundation Launch Feeding Our Community

Hot Corner Concepts has partnered with Bohemian Foundation to launch Feeding Our Community, a pilot meal program to provide free meals to households at risk of food insecurity during the Covid-19 pandemic. Company leadership described these efforts and more in an email to customers: "Our decisive action to close up shop has been in the best interest of our employees' safety and protecting the longevity of our restaurant operation. The leadership team at Hot Corner Concepts has been actively engaged with staff communication and care. Far from idle time, [...]

2020-05-05T11:31:27-06:00April 20th, 2020|

Senior Helpers® of Northern Colorado Lead Effort to Support Local Families

As stated in a recent announcement, Senior Helpers of Northern Colorado, together with FoCo Café, Jay’s Bistro, Fort Collins Delivery Network, The Alternative Board – Northern Colorado, Me Oh My Café and Mill City Church, is coordinating meal deliveries and pickup sites to support families in need. The meals, created by Jay’s Bistro for Easter and by FoCo Café ongoing, are hand-delivered to Senior Helpers clients, low-income independent living senior apartments, homeless community members, families with school-aged students and more. The company has also collaborated with Me Oh My Café and Mill [...]

2020-04-16T17:52:30-06:00April 16th, 2020|

Old Town Media: “We’re Stronger When We Work Together”

Old Town Media- OTM is working overtime for the Fort Collins community during the COVID-19 pandemic. At this crucial time, the OTM team continues to provide great and timely work, like the creation of NoCoRecovers.com and the video for the Youth Clinic  to inform their patients’ parents of the important changes they made to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved. Even more significantly,  OTM team is donating to those who need it the most. On Friday, the team donated $1,000 to the Northern Colorado COVID-19 Response Fund and [...]

2020-04-13T22:30:02-06:00April 13th, 2020|
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