Harvest House for Women in Estes Park became the second major donation recipient from Rocky Card, Inc. on September 23. Rocky Card owners Debra Dullaghan and Anne Smith were pleased to present the transitional housing program for women and children with $1,000 and Harvest House executive director Bob Vigil was happy to receive it.
“We appreciate the generosity of the Rocky Card,” said Vigil. “The money will help us with operating expenses to support the thirty-five women and children we have staying with us right now.”
The Rocky Card provides co-op advertising opportunities for local businesses and shopping benefits for residents and Estes Park visitors. For only $10, cardholders receive valuable discounts at more than 60 businesses, and the card often pays for itself with the first use.
But more importantly, the Rocky Card provides funds for Estes Park community groups. One hundred percent of the net proceeds from card sales is donated and divided among local non-profit organizations. Estes Valley Victim Advocates has already benefited from the sale of Rocky Cards this year.
Thanks to the 65 Rocky Card members who provide discounted goods and services and the hundreds of local residents and Estes Park visitors from around the country who have purchased Rocky Cards, this year some Estes Park non-profit groups and the residents they support will receive a little extra help.
For a complete list of all merchant members that support the Rocky Card, please visit www.RockyCard.com
. For more information on Harvest House for Women and their fall fundraising event, visit www.harvesthouseforwomen.org
Photo caption: Harvest House for Women executive director Bob Vigil, second from right, and operations manager Bobby Vigil accept a donation from Debra Dullaghan, left, and Anne Smith, owners of Rocky Card, Inc.