Show your support for the heroes in your community at Colorado’s Family Resource Centers!
If you’ve been looking for a way to directly contribute to hard hit families and communities across Colorado, here’s an opportunity. Support Colorado’s Family Resource Centers as they meet the challenges of COVID-19 in our communities by making a donation to a special response campaign.
Colorado’s Family Resource Centers are some of the many community organizations on the front lines, helping our friends, neighbors and communities recover from the impact of COVID-19. The Centers are accepting donations through this special campaign, with 100% of the funds raised going directly to the 32 member Family Resource Centers providing the extra support families need now.
Colorado’s Family Resource Centers provide families with a range of services to help them become strong and self-reliant. Many of these families are now facing additional hardship because they cannot work from home, don’t have access to childcare when schools close, or can’t afford testing or treatment for COVID-19. These difficult circumstances are challenging for all families but can be devastating for families that are already struggling.
Your support now will help Colorado’s community-based Family Resource Centers serve vulnerable families affected by COVID-19 by expanding access to healthcare, food, housing, transportation and other vital needs. 100% of the funds raised will go directly to Colorado’s Family Resource Centers to help them provide the extra support families need at this uncertain time. Help us reach our goal of raising $32,000 — $1,000 for each of our 32 member Family Resource Centers — to help support the most vulnerable families affected by COVID-19 in our Colorado communities. Call the Family Resource Center Association with questions at 303.388.1001. Your donation will make a difference for families across Colorado, now more than ever.
Learn more about the important work the Family Resource Centers are doing on the front line of need.
Connect a Friend to Local FRC Resources
The effects of COVID-19 and community response, including business closures, are widespread and will last for some time. It’s an anxious time for parents and caregivers afraid for their family’s future. If you notice a friend or neighbor is struggling, you can help by connecting them to their local Family Resource Center.
TaxOps in the Community
TaxOps is proud sponsor of the Family Resource Center Association. State and Local Tax Partner Judy Vorndran has over 10 years of volunteer service to the FRCA, holding various roles as president, treasurer, and board member. Thank you FRCA team and Judy for the important work you do for Colorado families!
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