The smallest gift can impact our community in big ways.
We are grateful for your amazing support throughout the year! With your support we’ve been able to make a significant impact in our community. We look forward to continuing our partnership to create positive change in our community.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted”
The Loveland Youth Campus is a collaboration between the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County and Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center with support from United Way of Larimer County and Early Childhood Council of Larimer County.
United Way of Larimer County is leading the fundraising efforts for the completion of the $2M retrofit to meet current child care licensing requirements.
Thursday, February 29, 2023
11:30am – 1:00pm
Register today to join us at the 18th Annual WomenGive Luncheon, our biggest event of the year! Celebrate the growth and determination of WomenGive scholarship recipients who rose to meet the challenges of motherhood and higher education.
Are you a person who thrives on change and a fast-paced environment? Has the passion to make a difference in our community? Believes and practices equity by intentionally including everyone in society? Then consider joining our team!
United Way of Larimer County leads philanthropy in our community, ensuring that gifts of time, talent and treasure address today’s greatest needs – and reduce tomorrow’s.
Our Commitment to Equity
We are a Larimer United. We believe that equity is achieved when systemic, institutional, and historical barriers based on race, gender, sexual orientation, and other identities no longer predict socioeconomic, education, and health outcomes. We stand in firm opposition to all forms of racial and ethnic discrimination – and we know that is not enough. We actively seek opportunities to learn with and from our partners, stakeholders, supporters, and community members to better understand the complicated history of racism. We commit to advancing equity and justice through practice and policy changes at UWLC and catalyzing a shift from charity to change-making within our four focus areas of Youth & Education, Financial Stability, Nonprofit Excellence, and Community Engagement.
We acknowledge that incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion into our practices is an ongoing learning process, and as a result, we consider this statement to be a living document which reflects our evolving approach. We invite you to join us in making Larimer County a community where all people feel valued, safe, and have the opportunity to thrive.
United Way’s Equity Definition
Equity is the intentional inclusion of everyone in society. Equity is achieved when systemic, institutional, and historical barriers based on race, gender, sexual orientation, and other identities are dismantled and no longer predict socioeconomic, education, and health outcomes.
“Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural.
It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings.”
How You Can Get Involved
Your support, no matter how big or small, makes a difference today and for generations to come.
We look forward to creating a better Larimer County with you!
Give back to our community and be a Larimer United.
News & Updates
Please consider helping our community members by improving their financial stability. Last year we prepared more than 1,400 free tax returns for those in need of assistance in Fort Collins. Our clients were extremely grateful, and you will find the volunteer work...
On Wednesday, November 1, community supporters, nonprofit leaders, and those passionate about creating new, innovative ways to address childcare and out-of-school care needs celebrated and supported the first-of-its-kind Loveland Youth Campus. The campus model will...
Food trucks, Halloween costumes, good conversations, and acoustic music from local artist Aquiles warmed up the evening for close to 100 guests during our Community Impact Center (CIC) celebration on Thursday, October 26. The idea for the Community Impact Center...