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Six Ways Elevations Credit Union and Elevations Foundation Gave Back in 2020

From raising funds for local wildfire relief to donating ski goggles to doctors, our members and community came together to help one another in 2020 — even as we stayed six feet apart. Because of your support, we were able to make a big difference this year. Here are just a few of the ways we gave back.  Springing to action  At […]

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Meet Elevations Foundation Scholarship Recipient Roman Garcia-Martinez

This has been a complicated and confusing year for many of us, and first-year college students are no exception. We caught up with Roman Garcia-Martinez, one of the 2020 Elevations Foundation scholarship recipients to see how he is faring and get his advice for seniors as they prepare to navigate life after high school.  Where are you going to school and what are […]

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Boulder’s Chautauqua History

Chautauqua is as iconic a Boulder monument to some as the Flatirons it sits below. Learn all about Boulder’s Chautauqua in our latest collaboration with the Museum of Boulder.  The Word “Chautauqua”  Chautauqua, like all of Boulder and Colorado, was once indigenous land. The tribes that traditionally occupied Boulder are Cheyenne, Ute and Arapaho. The word, […]

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Mountain States Children’s Home: 60 Years of Service

You may not notice it on your daily commute through Longmont on Highway 287, but Mountain States Children’s Home (MSCH) has been in operation here for 60 years. MSCH was founded in 1960 to help families and children in crisis, and on their 155-acre property, they do just that. Elevations Credit Union has been honored to sponsor events and volunteer hours of […]

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Realities For Children: Serving Our Community for 25 Years

Elevations is proud to support organizations that give back to our community by helping the most vulnerable among us. One of these phenomenal organizations is Realities For Children, which provides for the unmet needs of children who have been abused or neglected, or are at-risk, in northern Colorado. Last year, Larimer County received 6,883 new referrals of child abuse and neglect. This work is more […]

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