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FCHA Charity of the Month

Every month Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning will donate $1,000 to a charity chosen by you! Choose the charity or organization you think we should donate to below.

Don't see your favorite charity on here? Know an organization that could use a helping hand? Visit our Facebook page to nominate a new charity today!

CASA of Larimer County
We provide a voice in court for abused and neglected children and a safe place in the community for conflict-free family interactions. Learn More

Disabled Resources Services
Disabled Resource Services (DRS) is a non-profit agency serving Larimer and Jackson Counties. We focus on assisting people of any age and any disability: physical, visual, auditory, cognitive, or mental/emotional. Through our Access to Independence program, our staff works to alleviate the stressful conditions in which individuals live. The result: People lead more productive and self-directed lives with increased dignity, quality of life and independence at home and in society. Learn More

The Lauren Project
Motivated by the death of Lauren Moilien Johnson, the mission of The LAUREN Project is to prevent similar tragedies by providing carbon monoxide detectors to those in need, and to provide grants to persons who have been selected to participate in nonprofit volunteer programs. Learn More

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Month to Date Results: December 7th, 2018
November’s Winning Charity: Alzheimer’s Association of CO

From left to right: Alzheimers Association of CO Director of Regional Programs Katie Fahrenbruch, Office Admin Marlene Brown, Development Manager Katie Petersen and FCHA CEO Glenn Frank.

Congratulations to our November FCHA Charity of the Month Alzheimer’s Association: Colorado Chapter! Thank you so much for all that you do to inform and support Coloradans living with dementia and their families and caregivers.

October’s Winning Charity: 3Hopeful Hearts

From left to right: 3Hopeful Hearts Co-Founder Betsy Strafach, FCHA CEO Glenn Frank, and 3Hopeful Hearts Co-Founder Kristin Glenn.

Congratulations to our October FCHA Charity of the Month 3Hopeful Hearts! Thank you so much for all that you do to help bereaved parents and families in our community. The mission of 3Hopeful Hearts is to provide bereaved parents and families opportunities to honor, find hope and seek healing through events, support, education and remembrance.

September’s Winning Charity: Food Bank for Larimer County

From left to right: FCHA Chief Executive Officer Glenn Frank, Food Bank for Larimer County Chief Development Officer Heather Buoniconti, and FCHA Marketing Administrator Rachel Wagner.

Congratulations to our September FCHA Charity of the Month – Food Bank for Larimer County! Thank you so much for all that you do to help feed our community. The mission of the Food Bank for Larimer County is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger–relief programs.

August’s Winning Charity: Partners Mentoring Youth

Congratulations to our August FCHA Charity of the Month – Partners Mentoring Youth! Thank you so much for all that you do for our community. The mission of Partners Mentoring Youth is to create and support one–to–one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social and academic lives. From left to right: Partners Program Manager Shayna Kefalas, FCHA CEO Glenn Frank, Partners Program Director Tami Roskamp, Partners Board Member Jerry Horvath, Partners Executive Director Heather Vesgaard and Partners Program Coordinator Abby Rains.

July’s Winning Charity: Project Self–Sufficiency of Loveland–Fort Collins

Project Self–Sufficiency Leadership team with FCHA COO Mike Missimer

The mission of Project Self–Sufficiency is to assist low–income, single parents in their efforts to achieve economic independence and become free from community and government assistance while building and maintaining strong, healthy families.