Briefcase - Feb. 10, 2012
Employees of the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County collectively raised more than $31,000 and nearly 3,000 pounds of food for the hungry in Larimer County during the 25th annual City & County Food & Fund Competition.
Co’s Auto Group, consisting of Co’s BMW Center and MINI of Loveland, donated $10,000 to the Women’s Resource Center, a local non-profit. Co’s BMW decorated its building with pink lights, displayed custom pink ribbon decals on cars and windows, and made a donation for every car sold to raise awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The donation will be used by the Women’s Resource Center to continue to connect women in Larimer County to affordable dental, breast, and cervical care.
Subaru of Loveland donated a two-year lease on a 2012 Subaru Outback to raise funds for the Stepping Stones Adult Day Program. Raffle tickets for the vehicle are available from the McKee Medical Center Foundation and are $25 each or five entries for $100. The live drawing will take place Nov. 3. The Stepping Stones Adult Day Program provides participants an opportunity to socialize, build friendships, and enjoy stimulating activities in a
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