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Flood Recovery Grants
$1.969 Million in Flood Recovery Funding Awarded to Local Organizations

The Community Foundation has granted out $1.969 million in grants to nonprofit and governmental entities that are carrying out local flood recovery efforts. These grants, which were distributed between November 2013 and August 2014, were made possible by donors from across the country and the generous $750,000 match from Bohemian Foundation.  Please click here to read a January 2014 press release with more information. 

In early October 2013, the Community Foundation released guidelines for grant requests to assist in flood relief efforts in Larimer County and asked nonprofit and governmental entities to submit applications. The third and final funding cycle deadline was Dec. 17.

 

Funding recommendations were made by local committees in the impacted communities. Funding guidelines, while flexible to meet varying community needs, prioritized projects that planned to support either human needs or rebuilding communities. 

 

Below is a list of the grants made to organizations in support of recovery efforts in our region. Please contact us with any questions. 

 

 


 Recipient Name

 

Amount 

 

 Purpose


Berthoud Fire Protection District 

 
 $  35,000
 
Debris removal efforts along Little Thompson River

Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County

 

 $  10,000

  Funding for the Estes Park Summer Program to support children living in the Estes Valley who were affected by the flood
Berthoud Habitat for Humanity    $  20,000   Repair of flood damaged homes along Little Thompson River
Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park, Inc.    $  50,000   Case management, basic human services, direct financial assistance, and other services to low income families and families in financial difficulty due to flooding
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park    $    2,094   Programs for economic recovery in the arts community and promotion of a benefit concert for flood recovery
Estes Park Investment in Childhood Success    $    6,000   Childcare assistance for families impacted by the flood
Estes Park Learning Place    $    8,000   Tutoring support for students affected by the flood 
Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center    $    5,129   Resources and training for nonprofit organizations impacted by flood
Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center    $  11,304   Staffing costs to assist Estes Valley nonprofits in the restoration of critical community services that were seriously impacted by the flood
Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center    $  46,000   Resources, planning support, and materials to help restore  and strengthen Estes Valley nonprofits impacted by the floods and providing important community services
Estes Park School District    $  50,000   Repair of flood related property damage
Estes Valley Land Trust    $  35,000   Environmental restoration of flood related property
Estes Valley Public Library Foundation    $  49,680.08   Technology and instruction to assist job seekers and small business owners impacted by the flood
Estes Valley Recreation and Parks District    $  82,340   Repair of flood related property damage
Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership    $  10,000   Mediation program to assist with landowner disputes and other conflicts related to the flood
Estes Valley Victim Advocates    $  21,717   Repair of flood related property damage and operating support
Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire Department    $230,678.16  

Repair of flood related property damage and purchase of equipment for the fire station, as well as funding for transportation costs of hauling road materials to Glen Haven to rebuild roads affected by the flood

Harmony Foundation    $  10,000   Providing flood victims with counseling services
Homeless Gear    $    5,000   Assistance to homeless population impacted by flooding along Poudre River in Fort Collins
House of Neighborly Service    $  95,000  

Direct assistance to flood victims through case management process and funding for a Coordinator to assist the LTRG-LCF organization to support flood survivors

Larimer County Conservation Corp    $  58,674   Environmental restoration of flood related property damage which includes youth service opportunities
Metro Volunteers    $  25,900   Flood-related volunteer coordination efforts in Estes Valley
Mrs. Walsh's Garden
(Managed by Community Foundation Trust)
   $  20,000   Repair of flood related property damage to community garden in downtown Estes Park to address safety hazard
Poudre Wilderness Volunteers    $  22,800   Restoration of trails damaged by flooding in Poudre Canyon and Estes Park area  
Reflections for Youth    $  18,070   Replacement of supplies lost or damaged in the flood
Rocky Mountain Medical Outfitting & Recycling    $  13,856   Assisting flood victims with the replacement of medical equipment and health supplies lost in the flood
Serve 6.8    $481,299.80   Direct assistance to property owners through debris removal, coordination of volunteers, heavy equipment rental and other direct services to individuals and families impacted by the flood.   
Town of Estes Park    $  39,500   Economic recovery plan
Town of Estes Park    $  50,000   A flood recovery plan for the Fall River Corridor
United Policyholders    $  10,000   Assisting homeowners and renters who were directly impacted by the flood with insurance related issues
UnitedWay/LTRG    $207,350   Support of the Long Term Recovery Group-Larimer County Flood in providing long-term assistance to individuals impacted by the flood
Urban Land Institute   $  5,000    Resiliency Panel for Northern Colorado
Visit Estes Park    $  72,000   Tourism Recovery Program:  Economic development effort to restore Estes Park’s primary economic driver 
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers    $160,643.68   Environmental restoration of flood related property damage, planning efforts and volunteer coordination   
         
 


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