Connecting People Who Care with Causes that Matter
Celebrating 20 years of service, Western Colorado Community Foundation is a tax-exempt charity, comprised of many funds established by separate donors. Based on the philanthropic model of endowed funds invested to grow over the long-term, with the earnings available annually for charitable giving, WCCF pools funds to provide sustained long term support for our region through grants, scholarships and more.
The air was filled with anticipation the night of Nov. 15 at the Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia as 10 local non-profit representatives shared their organization’s vision and goals prior to receiving a portion of the $34,375 grant money from the West Elk...
The newly formed Bray Cares Foundation gave out its first grant awards last week, doling out $20,500. The foundation was created earlier this year as a way for Bray Real Estate to help address housing-related needs in the Grand Valley. Six local organizations were...
The Mt. Callahan Community Fund was established in 2002, by local community leaders to benefit the people in communities from Parachute to Battlement Mesa. WHO IS ELIGIBLE Qualified organizations are invited to apply to the Mt. Callahan Community Fund. Applicants...
READ THE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Our 2018 annual report highlights a year of a significant growth and impact, improving the lives of people and communities in Western Colorado.
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CORE Supported this Colorado Gives Day
This year, our new Conservation, Outdoor Recreation and Environment (CORE) Initiative benefits through ColoradoGives donations. The fund provides leadership and financial support for projects that advance the conservation and restoration of natural and working landscapes and the protection and enhancement of natural ecosystems that are important to the quality of life, economy and outdoor recreation in western Colorado. Learn more.
SERVING 7 COUNTIES
IN WESTERN COLORADO
With the help of hundreds of generous donors, WCCF provides funds in health & human services, education, arts and culture, environmental services and more.