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United Way of Larimer County is building a movement of people and organizations to solve problems together and help more local children and families create a brighter future. Your support, no matter how big or small, makes a difference today and for generations to come.
Donating to United Way of Larimer County strengthens our community for generations to come.
With proper planning, your influence will leave a legacy for many years to come and can significantly impact United Way of Larimer County’s ability to change lives today, tomorrow, and well into the future.
United Way works with companies, governments, nonprofits and other organizations throughout Larimer County to address complex challenges on a community-wide scale. Our partners contribute more than money. Their ideas, volunteer power, in-kind support and more are helping build stronger communities.
Other Ways to give
- Child Care Contribution Tax Credit (CCCTC)
- Stock Donations
- King Soopers Community Rewards Program
- Amazon Smile
Your gift to the Child Care Fund supports United Way community impact partners that provide quality child care services to low-income children under the age of 12 in Larimer County. At the core of a family’s ability to be self-sufficient is being able to maintain a good job. Having access to affordable, quality child care for children while at work significantly increases an individual’s ability to maintain a job. Our kids and families are worth it! Click here to learn more.
By contributing appreciated securities to United Way of Larimer County, you make a powerful community contribution while gaining valuable tax advantages. Most people think of cash when they consider a charitable contribution, but a gift of securities may be a wiser choice. By contributing appreciated securities to United Way of Larimer County, you make a powerful community contribution while gaining valuable tax advantages. Click here to learn more about giving gifts of stock.
If you shop at King Soopers, you can support United Way of Larimer County by signing up for the Community Rewards Program! The best part? There is no added cost to you!
Simply link your King Soopers Shopper’s Card to our organization, scan your card at check-out, and King Soopers will donate a portion of your total purchase to United Way of Larimer County! Click here to get started and search for “United Way of Larimer County,” or use our Organization Number Ji182.
For more information, contact Allison at email@example.com or (970) 407-7013.
About Your Donations, Where & How They are used
During the most recent fiscal year, 2019-2020, nearly $4.5M was infused into the community through donor designations, grants, nonprofit training, facilitation, and partnership building with nonprofits, local governments, and many businesses.
VIEW THE COMMUNITY INVESTMENT OVERVIEW TO LEARN MORE!
Youth & Education
- 920 children supported with child care scholarships
- 65% increase in child care scholarships provided to local families
- 462 youth participated in mentoring programs
- 548 students tutored to achieve reading proficiency
- 1,092 individuals received job training or financial literacy education
- 30,000+ individuals were able to access food through delivery programs, food pantries, or served meals at shelters
- 1,500+ households received emergency rent assistance to prevent eviction and meet basic needs
- 15,275 volunteer hours logged through NoCoVolunteers.org
- 22,546 items donated during our COVID-19 Donation Drive
- 8,972 referrals made through United Way’s 211 resource database
- $66,000 awarded to advance racial equity in Larimer County
- 87+ local organizations benefitted from free trainings and Shared Services aimed at Nonprofit capacity building
During the most recent fiscal year, 2019-2020, nearly $4.5M was infused into the community through donor designations, grants, nonprofit trainings, facilitation, and partnership building with nonprofits, local governments, and many businesses.
Donor Designations & UWLC Grant Funding:
- Community Impact
- Nonprofit Excellence
- COVID-19 Response
- Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP)
- Fire Response
- Supply Distribution
- Convene direct providers
- Sector advocacy
Total funds distributed by UWLC from a collaborative fund with the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, that exceeded a combined total of $1.2M.