Briefcase - Jan. 27, 2012
The Agrium Women’s Leadership Group donated $10,000 in support of Education and Life Training Center’s employment skills training coursework and transitions support services. The organization will also be lending employee expertise to support ELTC’s job seeking students with professional development activities, and supporting agency social enterprise efforts through computer donations. This collaboration will allow the agency to have a greater effect on participants’ success on the path to a better life.
The Rotary Club of Fort Collins Breakfast contributed $2,000 to the Education and Life Training Center Scholarship program. The funds will specifically support clients who come to ELTC from the Matthews House and Project Self-Sufficiency to enroll in ELTC’s educational program offerings. The Breakfast Rotary’s generosity will help further the missions of three local nonprofits that are committed to collaborating to make significant impact on the self-sufficiency of Larimer County youth and single-parents.
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