Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Western Colorado Community Foundation (WCCF)?
What does a community foundation do?
What communities does WCCF serve?
Generally, WCCF serves the rural and non-resort communities west of the Continental Divide in western Colorado, with a particular focus on the counties of Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, and Rio Blanco. WCCF is headquartered in Grand Junction and has affiliate relationships with several other community foundations in the region.
Who governs WCCF?
WCCF is governed by a fifteen-member board of directors, comprised of individuals representing the counties we serve and bringing experience and expertise in finance and investment, marketing, nonprofit management, and general community leadership.
How does WCCF invest its funds?
What is the difference between WCCF and the United Way?
Is WCCF a chapter or an affiliate of a national organization?
The first community foundation began in Cleveland in 1914; WCCF was incorporated in 1996.
How do I contact WCCF?
WCCF’s main office is located on the 5th floor of the Alpine Bank building in downtown Grand Junction at 225 N. 5th Street.
Our mailing address is:
PO Box 4334
Grand Junction, CO 81502
You may contact us by:
Calling us at 970-243-3767
Faxing us at 970-243-9767
Filling out our contact form
What is the tax status and tax ID of WCCF?
WCCF is a classified as “tax exempt” under the section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code
Contact our office if you need our Federal EIN.