Recent News from WCCF…
At the age of 4, Jade Peak has no doubt about her favorite food: grilled cheese sandwiches. She was in luck on a recent summer day when a Lunch Lizard food truck nosed into a parking lot under a sprawling shade tree in Grand Junction’s Lincoln Park. A squad of “lunch...
RiversEdge West recently hosted its first Wellspring Project; a week-long, river-centric summer camp, that was offered free of charge to 16 Grand Valley middle schoolers. Watch a video recap of the week: The summer camp focused on providing hands-on experiences to...
Thank you MacKennea Broyles for the Article in Spoke & Blossom. There’s no doubt that Mesa County is full of tough people. Determination, perseverance and grit are multitools in the pocket of every resident. But it would be a lie to say that these last few years...
Thank you Alpine Bank for featuring Western Colorado Community Foundation in your 2022 spring edition of Community News. We appreciate all you do to support the people and communities of Colorado. Twenty-five years ago, a “home-grown” charitable foundation was...
Grants Available to Serve Veterans and Their Families Mesa, Delta, and Montrose organizations encouraged to apply July 11, 2022, Grand Junction, CO – The Trutta Fund to Support Veterans is now accepting applications for grant funding. Eligible organizations must be a...
Overdose deaths in Colorado one of the nation’s highest increases June 10, 2022, Grand Junction, CO – The Brownson Memorial Fund is now accepting applications from nonprofit organizations that address substance use education, prevention, and treatment in Mesa County. ...
By Adam Woodbrey Published: May. 13, 2022 at 4:15 PM MDT GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Schools everywhere will soon be adjourning for summer break which means for many kids, daily meals will be harder to come by. In 2015, District 51 and the Western Colorado...
By NATHAN DEAL Nathan.Deal@gjsentinel.com A new and improved version of the Lunch Lizard will soon be hitting the streets. The Western Colorado Community Foundation (WCCF) on Friday presented a $150,000 check to Mesa County Valley School District 51’s Food and...
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WCCF Annual Reports
Archived Annual Reports
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General WCCF Publications
- December 2021 – Home for the Holidays
- October 2021 – Celebrating $100 Million
- August 2021 – Late Summer News
- May 2021 – Spring News
- March 2021 – Late Winter News
- February 2021 – 2020 Highlights
Hunger Matters Publications
Building CORE Strength Publications
Archived Newsletters 2020
Archived Newsletters 2019
Archived Newsletters 2018
- December 2018 – Regional Impact
- November 2018 – Supporting Our Veterans
- September 2018 – Back to School
- August 2018 – Alleviating Child Hunger in our Region
- June 2018 – Let’s End Hunger
- June 2018 -Scholarships
- May 2018 – Summer Projects
- March 2018 – Nonprofit Endowments
- February 2018 – 2017 Year in Review
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