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How Covid-19 changed everything.

COVID-19 Hunger Relief Response Fund

The COVID-19 virus is having a significant impact on all residents of Eagle County, but the impact is especially hard on financially vulnerable families.  In this time of crisis, the Board of Directors at the Eagle Valley Community Foundation (EVCF) is focused on hunger relief.  The board has seen the increasing demand for food among vulnerable people, and has launched the EVCF COVID-19 Response Fund to raise the significant capital needed to fund our hunger relief plan. Learn More.

We are requesting your help to feed local families in crisis. Donate today!

If you’re able to VOLUNTEER,  please contact Jen Barcza, Volunteer Coordinator for The Community Market:  jen@eaglevalleycf.org or call/text our VOLUNTEER LINE (970) 445-4976

MIRA: Mobile Intercultural Resource Alliance

The goal of MIRA is to bring resources and services TO people. MIRA aims to serve as a single-stop, comprehensive, integrated and culturally relevant approach to resource connection and service delivery where people are at. MIRA will travel to neighborhoods, community sites and workplaces throughout Eagle County. Resources and services available on MIRA will change based on community needs and priorities. Examples of resources that will be available include basic health education and screenings, support in applying to public assistance programs, food resources, workforce development, and coordination with early childhood and physical activity programming, just to name a few. The resources and services will be provided by a wide variety of local community organizations.

Improving the QUALITY of LIFE in the Eagle River Valley, Colorado

What is the Eagle Valley Community Foundation?
(formerly Our Community Foundation)

Vision:

The Foundation seeks to work within the community to ensure that all local families, and especially children, regardless of background, have access to services including healthy food, basic healthcare and early childhood education. Access to these foundational resources will support the continued development of a healthy and thriving community.

Mission

The Foundation has three objectives that support the continuous development of a healthy community, including:
Understanding: We partner with people and institutions to develop a deep understanding of the needs within our community;
Resources: We bridge the gap between the philanthropic components of the community and the programs that address the basic needs of the community, developing resources to manage the most critical programs in the community; and
Impact: We seek to have a significant positive impact on the lives of the under-served members of our local community.

Values

The guiding principles that inform our work include:
Value of Broad Community Engagement: We believe that the wisdom of the entire community is greater than the wisdom of any individual or small group.
Cooperation: We believe in partnering with people and institutions that share our aspirations, and avoiding redundancy of missions and programs; and
Integrity: We believe that transparency and respect are the basis for building lasting trust and impact.

A thriving community is more than a wish. It is a goal we can grow into reality.

What’s New!

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The Mountain Recreation Metropolitan District will be conducting an online survey April 5- April 19, to assess our community’s current interest for capital improvements across the District. These facility improvements were first introduced and surveyed in the summer of 2019 and again in January of 2020 for the Eagle Pool & Ice Rink and in February of 2020 for the Edwards Field House. The survey is available in English below.

Take the online survey in English: survey.zohopublic.com/zs/qPCskF

Additionally, the District will be conducting a phone survey April 5-April 9. Please be on the lookout for a phone call from a 970 area code.

You hold the key to the District’s future, and Mountain Rec wants to honor their long-standing process of listening to your needs and interests, directly from you.

For more information, please visit Mountain Rec’s Capital Project Information webpage or email info@MountainRec.org
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El Distrito Metropolitano de Mountain Recreation llevará a cabo una encuesta en línea del 5 al 19 de abril para evaluar el interés actual de nuestra comunidad por mejoras de capital en todo el Distrito. Estas mejoras a las instalaciones se introdujeron y examinaron por primera vez en el verano de 2019 y nuevamente en enero del 2020 para el Eagle Pool & Ice Rink y en febrero del 2020 para el Edwards Field House. La encuesta está disponible en español a continuación.

Llene la encuesta en línea en Español: survey.zohopublic.com/zs/oFCsO2

Además, el Distrito llevará a cabo una encuesta telefónica del 5 al 9 de abril. Esté atento a una llamada telefónica de un código de área 970.

Usted tiene la clave del futuro del Distrito, y Mountain Rec quiere honrar su proceso de escuchar sus necesidades e intereses, directamente de usted.

Para obtener más información, visite la página web de Información del Proyecto Capital de Mountain Rec o envíe un correo electrónico a info@MountainRec.org
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The Mountain Recreation Metropolitan District will be conducting an online survey April 5- April 19, to assess our community’s current interest for capital improvements across the District. These facility improvements were first introduced and surveyed in the summer of 2019 and again in January of 2020 for the Eagle Pool & Ice Rink and in February of 2020 for the Edwards Field House. The survey is available in English below.Take the online survey in English: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/qPCskFAdditionally, the District will be conducting a phone survey April 5-April 9. Please be on the lookout for a phone call from a 970 area code.You hold the key to the District’s future, and Mountain Rec wants to honor their long-standing process of listening to your needs and interests, directly from you.For more information, please visit Mountain Rec’s Capital Project Information webpage or email info@MountainRec.org
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El Distrito Metropolitano de Mountain Recreation llevará a cabo una encuesta en línea del 5 al 19 de abril para evaluar el interés actual de nuestra comunidad por mejoras de capital en todo el Distrito. Estas mejoras a las instalaciones se introdujeron y examinaron por primera vez en el verano de 2019 y nuevamente en enero del 2020 para el Eagle Pool & Ice Rink y en febrero del 2020 para el Edwards Field House. La encuesta está disponible en español a continuación.Llene la encuesta en línea en Español: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/oFCsO2Además, el Distrito llevará a cabo una encuesta telefónica del 5 al 9 de abril. Esté atento a una llamada telefónica de un código de área 970.Usted tiene la clave del futuro del Distrito, y Mountain Rec quiere honrar su proceso de escuchar sus necesidades e intereses, directamente de usted.Para obtener más información, visite la página web de Información del Proyecto Capital de Mountain Rec o envíe un correo electrónico a info@MountainRec.org
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YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

If you’re interested in making more possible in the Eagle River Valley contact us!
Melina Valsecia, Executive Director:  melina@eaglevalleycf.org