On September 11, 2001, our country faced a tragedy unlike any we’d seen before. Thousands of innocent people, including many first responders, lost their lives that day. In the aftermath of that terrible attack, our nation came together, and we saw Americans lifting each other up and lending a helping hand. We have shown again and again that what challenges us can make us stronger. It’s the brave men and women who serve and protect our country, and its ideals, that make America who we are today. Let us honor those incredible men and women who lost their lives to terrorism, and renew our efforts to fight terrorism.
If you or someone you know has been struggling with unemployment during the pand…
If you or someone you know has been struggling with unemployment during the pandemic, it is the perfect time to reach out to Workforce Boulder County about their services. Check our the most recent newsletter for a lot of detail on how WfBC can help, or call the Virtual Call Center at 720-766-0822, Option #2.
Please note that Boulder County services will be closed on Thursday and Friday,…
Please note that Boulder County services will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 26 & 27 in observance of Thanksgiving. This does not include any 24/7 or other public safety services.
Also remember that forthe health and safety of our community we are encouraging everyone to keep their celebrations to just their immediate household. Follow Boulder County Public Health for more information about current health orders limiting any gatherings to just your household and options for alternative Thanksgiving celebrations.
Our awesome employees have gone above and beyond again! We held a quick food dri…
Our awesome employees have gone above and beyond again! We held a quick food drive to support Community Food Share and were able to collect roughly 400lbs of food! This picture is just the first half of ourweighed donation!
This time of year is always a struggle for some members of our community, and is particularly difficult this year. If you are able to donate food, funds, and anything else, many of our local non-profits would put your generosity to great use. And maybe hold out for two weeks and give funds on #ColoradoGivesDay this year – Dec. 8 – to help your donation go even further.
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