A huge thanks to Walmart in Timnath, CO, for the donation of schools supples! We were able to fill 63 backpacks for kids. We appreciate the staff and management for shopping for us during this Covid-19 crisis in our country. All we had to do is pick them up.
Neighborhoods United have been buying groceries and schools supplies from Walmart for years, and we will continue to shop there, because we know they care.
Thanks to Old Elk of Fort Collins, we were able to distribute 50 bottles of hand sanitizers to La Familia, and other families in need.
Juanna Jackson, a PFA volunteer firefighter, prepared us with 50 homemade face masks for distribution--free of charge!
Elevations Credit Union provide Neighborhoods United with 50 pocket size hand sanitizers for distribution.
We are also providing food cards for families that need groceries.
Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic 2020, Matt Meuli's Law Office donated $500 to our organization to help with family needs for food or other necessities for children. We are so grateful! www.yourtrustedplanner.com
Christmas 2018 was a great year for twenty families in our community. With a joint effort with the Marines "Toys for Tots", we delivered presents to kids that didn't receive help from any other agencies.
Comcast becomes major supporter for Neighborhoods United with a $10,000 donation to support kids! On July 20, 2017, we were presented with the check during a special event for their new call center in Fort Collins, CO.
Folks, we are at it again. Your support for Christmas baskets and toys for kids is needed. We always work on providing for families/children that are left without other resources from other nonprofits. We ask for your financial support and/or donated time to help with deliveries and shopping. www.neighborhoodsunitedfc.org
This year, 2018, we Neighborhoods United, are going put together food boxes together for families in need. If you are interested in helping or donating food products or funds please let us now you can donate at www.neighborhoodsunitedfc.org
We are in the season of raising funds and donations of "Super-hero undies" for kids in our public schools and other organizations such as Project Self-sufficency, Catholic Charities, Salvation Army, and other requests. Please, help us with our success again as you did the past five years!
You can donate on this website, or write checks to "Neighborhoods United", 4121 Stoneridge Ct., Fort Collins, CO 80525.
If you have a donation to pick-up "Super-hero undies", email us at this site under the "contact" tab. Thank you for helping us for 2017.
We will take donations from now through November 1, 2017.
Promises are worth little without proof. Empty promises play on a person’s trust that becomes fragile. Your ability to fulfill promises is predicated on your past commitments.
I've learned this today that even though we’re supposed to be spiritual, it is important to look at the human side of a friend or a stranger and take a walk in their shoes for a moment. For some reason, it causes me to circle back and look at the inside of myself again. Everyone’s journey is different and should not be minimized but uplifted. When we lift someone’s spirits up, we get a chance to grow as well; what a great opportunity we provide for ourselves while lifting others.