Dive into Boulder’s Pool History

Boulderites have been cooling down at pools for decades, but do you know the history of all these watering holes? Check out these historic Boulder pool photos provided by our friends at Museum of Boulder and the Carnegie Library for Local History. Scott Carpenter Pool One of Boulder’s largest public pools is named after our […]

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Coping With Change and Uncertainty

The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything we’ve seen before, impacting all of our lives in unprecedented ways. Whether you’re concerned about staying healthy, worried about your finances or struggling with feelings of isolation, Dr. Joseph A. Michelli, Ph.D., a friend of Elevations, has suggestions to help you cope with change and uncertainty from coronavirus. Coping […]

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Meet Elevations Foundation Scholarship Recipient April Cardenas Borrego

Spring is scholarship season at Elevations Foundation. Our team is busily reviewing scholarship applications and preparing for our Celebration of Community on May 14, where we will recognize our 2020 scholarship recipients. We recently got in touch with one of our 2019 scholars, April Cardenas Borrego. April received an Elevations Foundation M.R. Hellie Memorial Scholarship, […]

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Elevations Foundation Grantee Profile: Respite Care, Inc.

Most parents would agree with the sentiment: “Parenting is hard.” When a child has a physical, cognitive or sensory developmental disability, that “hard” job can become utterly overwhelming without adequate resources. In many cases, it’s a 24/7 responsibility that can leave parents feeling burned out, isolated and desperate. Thankfully for families living in Larimer County, […]

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