Jordan Long, founder of the nonprofit organization Revital, helps first-responders cope with the rigors of everyday life in the field.
Elevations Foundation has helped over 150 students to begin their college careers. Until March 1, 2022 students can apply for three Elevations Foundation Scholarships
Boulder has always celebrated the arrival of winter and the holiday season in many ways! From the holiday parade to the County Courthouse lights and decorations check take a walk back in history.
As we look back on 2021 and make plans for the year ahead, we are thankful to our members and community for helping us complete so much in 2021. As members of Elevations Credit Union, you’re part of something bigger.
Check out these interesting facts about Old Town Fort Collins from our friends at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery and Visit Fort Collins.
Everyone knows a veteran. They might be a relative, a coworker or a friend, but you may be surprised just how many people you know who have served in the armed forces. For this veteran community, the suicide rate is much higher than in the general public. If a transition to civilian life from active duty doesn’t include support, and in some cases, therapy, the results can be fatal. Suicide is the seventh leading
At Elevations Credit Union, we’re invested in the communities we serve, and we strive to build relationships with other organizations who share this passion for community, like United Way of Larimer County (UWLC). Four Areas of Focus in Larimer County United Way has been active in Larimer County for over 60 years and has evolved to become the largest nonprofit in the county. UWLC focuses its efforts in four core areas, with programs and partnerships in: Youth Education: Focus on kindergarten readiness,
Excellent support is the norm when it comes to how Elevations Credit Union cares for its 714+ nonprofit banking members. And it’s readily apparent that the Elevations team has an especially strong affection for Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA).
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
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