2020 was a year of flexibility, change, challenges and learning new ways to do day-to-day QCNC business. Zoom meetings held twice a month, fundraising via social media platforms and updating our websites for easier accessibility have kept the Club strong and the members engaged and active. It was a successful year for QCNC in spite of the pandemic. A special Thank You goes out to the members who volunteered their time during this challenging year. Through their dedication, the Club has been able to financially help groups and organizations meet the needs of those who seek their services. A HUGE Thank You goes out to Kim Miller, President of QCNC, for keeping the meetings active each month via Zoom.
The following services/organizations have received donations from QCNC since January:
1) Loveland Youth Gardeners…$1000
2) Larimer County Food Bank …$500
3) Children’s Speech and Reading Center…$500
4) Weld County Food Bank….$500
5) Project Self Sufficiency…$500
6) Crossroads Safehouse…$500
7) Neighbor to Neighbor…$500
8) Habitat for Humanity…$400
In addition, $600 was recently approved to support the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind.
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We look forward to another great year and hopefully we’ll meet in-person at our 2021 Estate Sales!