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Grant Recipients

The Foundation is proud to announce that since 2003 over $627,000 has been distributed to worthy community organizations to benefit Westminster citizens. The following agencies received funding:  

Grant Recipients   2003-2013

A Precious Child – Provide essentials to disadvantage residents

Access Housing - Emergency shelter and homeless prevention

Armed Forces Tribute Garden - City of Westminster project honoring veterans

Arvada Community Food Bank – serving Westminster residents

Audio Information Network – General Operating and Audio materials for blind/visually impaired

Automated External Defibrillators (AED) - 9 purchased for public facilities                                                                                 

Brothers Redevelopment - Home renovations for accessibility needs

Butterfly Pavilion – Educational programs

CASA of Adams/Broomfield and Jefferson/Gilpin Counties – Volunteer Training, Support and Supervision

Childrens Outreach Project-Therapeutic Education for at risk kids

City Park Recreation Center - Artwork installation

Clinica Colorado - Health services for low-income and uninsured children

Clinica Family Health Services – Medical health services for low-income and uninsured children

Community Awareness Action Team – Drug Prevention Youth Conference

Community Health Services – Medical equipment for community and youth health clinic

Community Reach Center – Mental health seminars for seniors

Colorado Homeless Families-Support to Westminster transitional housing program

Colorado Rural Housing Dev. Corp. – Business/non-profit lending education

Denver Zoo – Conservation Education Outreach for local schools

Devereaux Cleo Wallace – AED unit for school and residential facility

District 50 Education Foundation – Benevolent Fund for eyeglasses, hearing aids, RX etc.

Friends of Westminster Library

Growing Home – Family homeless services

Have a Heart Project – School supplies for School Dist. #50 students in need

Holy Family High School - Safety program

Jefferson Center for Mental Health – Outreach for older adults

K9 Cares Victim Support - Therapy dogs for comfort/support to crime victims

Kempe Foundation for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect

Links for Learning – Educator program for student career development

Low income Family Empowerment – Homeless shelter

North Metro Arts Alliance – Pottery programs

North Metro Children’s Advocacy Center – Services to abused children

Project Angel Heart - Meals for individuals with life-threatening illnesses

Ralston House - Services for abused children and their families

Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute – Masonry apprentice books, tools and scholarships

Royal Family Kids Camps – Mountain camp for foster, abused or neglected children

Senior Hub – Home repairs and Meals on Wheels for seniors

South Westminster Arts Group - Free, drop-in after school art program for children

Teen Space at College Hill Library

Westminster 7:10 Rotary - Computers for Kids and Dictionaries for 3rd Graders

Westminster Dance Program

Westminster Faire Fine Arts Show

Westminster Historic Landmark Board - Semper and Schoenberg Farms

Westminster Healthy Kids Club - Program to address childhood obesity

Westminster Historical Society - Historic photo restoration and computer upgrade for digitization

Westminster Open Space Program - Enhancements sponsored by REI

Westminster Police – Santa Cops Program; Benefit relay

Westminster Public Safety Recognition Foundation - Public Safety Center sculpture

Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention

Youth Scholarships - Recreation Program Participation

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