Do you have a desire to spread the good? Weld Community Foundation is a grants and scholarships provider, so partnering with us supports the vital ways we enrich our very own backyard.
You can donate directly to the Foundation’s Impact Fund or give to any fund we currently hold at the Foundation. Also, if you’d like to explore tailoring your own fund, information is below.
For the Weld Community Foundation, our connections make us better connectors. Because we work with so many nonprofits and organizations throughout our region, we recognize challenges and opportunities that others might not. Giving to our Impact Fund allows us to take the lead on today’s pressing issues in our area.
Weld Community Foundation has partnered with donors to establish more than 140 funds, each addressing needs and supporting programs that strengthen the bonds of our community. We can’t do this work alone! It requires the efforts of us all.
Are you passionate about your home and want to see your community thrive? We’ll find ways to make your generous legacy a reality. Call us now to set up an appointment at 970-304-9970.
We welcome gifts of cash, which includes checks and online gifts using a credit or debit card, but we also encourage donors to consider making gifts of appreciated assets. These could be securities, such as stocks and bonds or mutual funds. We also accept gifts from retirement funds, including charitable rollover gifts to meet required minimum distributions. Plus, you can name Weld Community Foundation as a beneficiary (or secondary beneficiary) of your retirement fund, your life insurance policy or your bank or brokerage account. Be sure to designate Weld Community Foundation as the beneficiary or payee and note the desired fund name.
Some gifts will need reviewing before we can accept them. This includes gifts of closely held stock, life insurance policies that are not fully paid policies and real property, which should have a minimum value of $100,000 after sale and reasonably be sold within six months. We can also consider gifts of charitable remainder trusts or charitable lead trusts, retained life tenancy in a residence, ranch, or farm or bargain sales.