The Northern Colorado COVID-19 Response Fund is a partnership between the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and United Way of Larimer County.

Since March, the fund has distributed $1,001,497 after receiving 108 applications, with requests totaling $1,951,817.

Fund donations come from companies, individual donors and other charitable organizations. The third round of distribution totaled $466,875.

Per the Coloradoan, here's the 31 Larimer County agencies who received funds during the third round of distribution:

  • Alternatives to Violence – $14,000
  • America’s Kid’s Belong – $24,000
  • Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County – $20,000
  • Break Free Inc. dba Free Our Girls – $5,000
  • Catholic Charities – $25,000
  • CASA of Larimer County – $10,000
  • ChildSafe – $5,000
  • Crossroads Ministry of Estes – $20,000
  • Crossroads Safehouse – $14,000
  • Early Childhood Council of Larimer County – $25,000
  • Ensight Skills Center – $5,000
  • The Family Center/La Familia – $10,000
  • Finally Home – $9,225
  • FoCo Cafe – $25,000
  • Foster and Adoptive Families – $3,500
  • Grand Family Coalition – $8,000
  • Good Samaritan Society, Fort Collins Village – $25,000
  • Homeward Alliance – $20,000
  • House of Neighborly Service – $25,000
  • Light of the Rockies Christian Counseling – $10,000
  • McKee Wellness Foundation – $25,000
  • The Nappie Project – $14,150
  • Neighbor to Neighbor – $15,000
  • Outreach Fort Collins – $10,000
  • Royal Family KIDS Larimer County c/o Timberline Church – $7,200
  • Salud Family Health Center – $11,000
  • Salvation Army of Fort Collins – $7,000
  • Serve 6.8 – $25,000
  • Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center – $20,000
  • Warehouse Business Accelerator – $25,000
  • Young Life Northern Colorado – $4,800
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