To promote excellence in health and education in Weld County.
OUR WORK IN ACTION
Through grants to nonprofit organizations, schools, and government entities, The Weld Trust® aims to positively impact the education and wellness of Weld County residents.
2021 ANNUAL REPORT
In 2021, The Weld Trust awarded grants totaling more than $10.2 million to 76 Weld County nonprofit organizations and schools. The Board of Directors also identified seven priorities in a new strategic plan.
2020 ANNUAL REPORT
In 2020, The Weld Trust® awarded grants totaling more than $8.839 million using four funding priorities identified by our Board of Directors to 27 nonprofit organizations across Weld County.
We are delighted to award grant dollars to Weld County nonprofits who we feel will have a positive and lasting impact in Weld County,” said Tom Grant, Board Chair. “We are excited about the impact these organizations can have immediately and in the future for the citizens of Weld County.
Tom GrantBoard Chair
I have no concerns, only excitement, excitement about what this transaction means for the people who live here. The opportunities that will be afforded to residents due to this transaction will make a substantial positive change in the lives of so many.
John GatesGreeley Mayor
Healthy kids perform better in school, healthy adults can work. Thriving schools and a thriving workforce are the engines that drive communities.
Mitzi M. MoranCEO, Sunrise Community Health
I truly believe this is a watershed moment for Weld County and our citizens.
Barbara KirkmeyerCommission Chairwoman
The weld trust® staff
Meet our Staff
The Weld Trust® philanthropically contributes to enhance the health and education quality for the citizens of Weld County. Through the sale of the North Colorado Medical Center to Banner Health in the fall of 2019, the Board of Directors of NCMC, Inc. created The Weld Trust®.