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Raising funds to keep local nonpro ts operating during this pandemic
s the third largest workforce in the U.S., we know nonpro ts are profoundly impacted by the pandemic. At the same time, Douglas County nonpro t organizations who serve our community become all the more critical in our lives. Rapid response funding is needed today to strengthen and stabilize local nonpro t organizations responding to, and impacted by, COVID-19. These organizations, indispensible to so many residents during this time, are struggling to keep their doors open and serve their clients, and they need your help right now.
Fallen Of cer Fund
Providing assistance to Douglas County Sheriff’s Of ce members who are killed
or seriously injured in
the line of duty.
MAIL DONATIONS TO: Fallen Of cers Fund Attn: Sergeant Ron Hanavan 4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109
or Click for information or to:
Answering the call for a solution, the Douglas County Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, has established the COVID-19 Recovery Fund in support of the immediate and long-termneeds of the most vulnerable among us during this crisis. This programprovides funding to local nonpro t organizations who are experiencing budgetary impacts due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Priorities include, but
are not limited to, food
banks, food delivery,
health care, housing,
development centers
and COVID-19 prevention communications. Priority will also be given to the most vulnerable populations in our community, including seniors, those with disabilities, immune-compromised populations and those living in poverty. Grants may be used for operations or delivery of services.
“I believe we have a moral obligation to provide honor, healing and remembrance to our Fallen Heroes and their families for the sacri ces made on our behalf.”
- Tim Davis, FHH President
Please join us in our mission.
We need your help  nancially.
We have more and more requests pouring in daily not only from the con icts of this era, but from those of WWII and Vietnam, and also including those a icted by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that have lost their battle.
Our pioneering spirit, faith and vision will never fade. With your support, the road to healing our Fallen Heroes loved ones will be paved with pace, love and honor.
Can we count on you?
To support our nonpro t community
you can make an online donation by clicking the green “GIVE where you LIVE” button or click here to send us message that you can help.
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