spread the good

A true community is more than a place where people live. It is where people experience personal connection and belonging, celebrate heritage and diversity, seek opportunity and knowledge, and lift each other up in times of hardship.

Together, let’s strengthen the bonds that make our communities thrive.

how we can help you to spread the good

It’s about assisting and supporting those who are passionate about making our community stronger.
You want to help. Here are some powerful ways you can make a difference.

Your clients desire to make Weld a better place. Let’s navigate this challenging process together.

You’re heading to college and need support. The Foundation has scholarships and an easy application process. 

You’re making this community stronger. Here are grants and resources to support your good work.

how you can help us to spread the good

Whether you desire to leave a legacy or to pitch in what you can, every amount makes a difference.

This is how you can support the Foundation’s charitable impact.

Are you looking for a specific fund held at the Foundation? Find it here.

Let the Foundation know about the causes you care about and tailor a charitable fund especially for you.

stories of good

donor story

Rick and Barb Jenkins crossed paths with the Community Foundation in a time of great personal tragedy. In May of 2007 their beautiful, intelligent and

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student story

The Sason’s Fund Scholarship was established by family members in 2001 after the tragic and accidental death of Sason Sharify, a respected high school math

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nonprofit story

It’s all about a healthy living environment! A grant for $2,500 helped Envision buy and install two electric power lifts. Huge thank you to the

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good numbers

Growth

$18.7 million

asset growth the
 last 5 years

Nonprofitsimg

287

grantees given across 11 program areas

Distributions

$1.78 million

in charitable distribution

Scholarships

$325k

Scholarships distributed
to Weld County students

To honor what we all cherish about our county, the Weld Community Foundation has commissioned a book by the renowned photographer John Fielder.