LASTING CHANGE FOR WELD COUNTY
The Weld Trust® philanthropically contributes to enhance the health and education for the citizens of Weld County.
Support collaborative organizations that address the needs of the most vulnerable population experiencing housing instability.
Access to Resources
Support the development of career paths, STEM, and vocational/technical opportunities for K-12 students in Weld County.
Support collaborative initiatives that provide site-based services for K-12 Weld County students.
Convene collaborative partners that are providing food security to determine priorities countywide.
Fund collaborative programs and resources that put nutritious food into the hands of people in need across Weld County.
Support organizations that can improve childhood literacy education and resources for families.
Fund organizations that market and promote quality resources for families that will improve childhood literacy.
Fund behavioral and mental health resources for children, youth, and families in need.
Fund the development of programs for youth in Weld County that focus on mental wellness.
Fund crisis intervention resources and services.
Align, convene, and work with countywide leadership and stakeholders to guide long-term sustainable strategies for workforce development.
Market resources for workforce development along with technical and vocational opportunities to Weld County employers, students of all ages, and institutions.
Support the development of a framework for internships, apprenticeship programs, and career pathways across Weld County.
Strive to remove the most significant barriers to access so that Weld County citizens of all ages can build healthy habits.
Fund informational campaigns around Weld County to encourage the early development of healthy habits including exercise, diet and nutrition, and preventive care.
Over $12.8 million
Awarded in 2022 community grants
82 Nonprofits & Schools
Served in 2022
Over $45 Million
in Lifetime Giving
Behavioral Health Grants Offer Programs for Weld County Youth and Adults2 weeks ago
May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States. According to the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment’s 2022 Community Health Survey, “roughly 29% of Weld County adults reported thinking they needed behavioral or mental health care or counseling in the past twelve months” with a higher proportion being low-income residents.1 The […]
The Weld Trust Awards Over $5.5 Million in First Grant Cycle of 20233 months ago
The Weld Trust has awarded $5,531,538 in grants to nonprofit organizations and schools throughout Weld County toward its mission to promote excellence in health and education in Weld County. The organization provides strategic grant-making three times per year, with this being the first grant cycle in 2023. The Weld Trust has seven key funding areas, […]
Northern Colorado K20 Pathways to Employment Report Unveiled6 months ago
In a true regional collaboration, the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, and The Weld Trust, in partnership with Colorado Succeeds, proudly announce the public release of the Northern Colorado K20 Pathways to Employment report. Drafted in response to current and anticipated workforce development challenges, the report outlines what […]