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Community Foundation infuses nearly $1 million into nonprofits in 2015

Photo courtesy Paige Elliott Briggen Wrinkle and Jan Johnson with the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado (from left to right) pose with Gwen Bartley, vice president of the Board of Directors of Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County. The foundation partnered with Bank of the San Juans in presenting a $4,000 impact grant to Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County for the purchase of a second freezer.
Photo courtesy Paige Elliott
Briggen Wrinkle and Jan Johnson with the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado (from left to right) pose with Gwen Bartley, vice president of the Board of Directors of Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County. The foundation partnered with Bank of the San Juans in presenting a $4,000 impact grant to Loaves and Fishes of Archuleta County for the purchase of a second freezer.

By Paige Elliott
Special to The SUN

The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado infused nearly $1 million into Southwest Colorado’s nonprofit community in 2015, including:

• $208,058 in grants facilitated through the Community Foundation.

• $680,030 in grants from our fund holders and Friends of the Foundation.

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