Bank of Colorado has teamed up with local non-profits to accept monetary donations to assist local flood victims all over Colorado and have been matching donations.
According to a new release from the Bank of Colorado, branches in Windsor (1041 Main St.), Greeley, Eaton and Fort Lupton are working with The Community Foundation serving Greeley and Weld County and the United Way of Weld County to help in recovery efforts. Donations can be made to the Weld County Flood Relief Fund through either organization. Bank of Colorado has agreed to match designated donations up to a total of $10,000 through Tuesday. To contact the Windsor branch for more information, call (970) 686-7631.
Bank of Colorado branches in Estes Park, both Fort Collins branches and Johnstown have joined forces with the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado to accept donations to assist the flood victims in Larimer County. Bank of Colorado will match up to $10,000 in donations through Oct. 31. Three charitable funds have been created to address the recovery needs in Larimer County.
Bank of Colorado branches in Sterling, Brush and Fort Morgan are working with the non-profit Miracle Letter Program by accepting donations and will be matching up to $10,000 in donations through Tuesday. The Miracle Letter Program is overseeing collection and distribution for use in Logan, Morgan, Washington and Sedgwick counties.