For Meg and Cary Hendricks, it was their mom – Jan – who inspired them to give to the Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County.
"I have hope that we will all continue to do what we can, whether that is giving to organizations on the front lines or our own COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County, volunteering your time when you can, or simply being kind. All of that matters, and all of that is important."
“We knew we’d be doing some online promotion, including outreach through our different social media channels. We’ve really expanded that to where we’re almost entirely online, now – in addition to placing posters and signs where people still go, and distributing postcards to local businesses that are open.”
The reality is that many of Boulder County's nonprofits will not survive this crisis, unless individuals continue stepping up to save the important organizations that support and enhance the needs and lives of us all. The Longmont Community Foundation and Community Foundation Boulder County urge you to give generously to local nonprofits on May 5, as part of the #GivingTuesdayNow campaign.