Our work in action
Through grants to non-profit organizations, The Weld Trust aims to positively impact the education and wellness of Weld County; and with the help of generous supporters like you, we’re continuing to make a difference.
“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 chairman. “We are excited about the impact these organizations can have immediately and in the future for citizens of Weld County.”
Awarded in community grants & Covid-19 recovery
awarded grants in June of 2020
Committed to enhancing health and education for citizens of Weld County
The Weld Trust Announces Expansion of Leadership Team2 weeks ago
The Weld Trust Announces Expansion of Leadership Team. Jeff Carlson appointed CEOMike Bond appointed Chief Operating OfficerKyle Holman appointed Director of Health Grants and Fundraising Tom Grant, Board Chairman of The Weld Trust announced the expansion of the organization’s leadership team, including the appointment of existing leadership to permanent positions. Jeff Carlson has served as […]
The Weld Trust awards over $3 Million in community grants and Covid-19 recovery4 months ago
The Weld Trust announced today that 21 nonprofit agencies were awarded grants as part of a The Weld Trust’s mission to promote excellence in health and education in Weld County, and some of the funds were earmarked for COVID-19 recovery.
Habitat for Humanity receives $25,000 Community Health and Education grant4 months ago
Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity has been awarded a $25,000 Community Health and Education Grant from The Weld Trust to support the nonprofit’s Affordable Housing Program. The Weld Trust, formally NCMC, Inc., is a new foundation that was created after the sale of the North Colorado Medical Center to Banner Health. The program provides homeownership opportunities […]
Colorado attorney general approves sale of NCMC in Greeley to Banner Health4 months ago
The proposed sale of North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley to Banner Health received approval late Wednesday from Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser. “Banner Health has said it is committed to continuing toprovide important health care services to the residents of Northern Colorado,”Weiser said in a news release from his office. In Colorado, the attorney general is required by […]