Boulder, CO – Boulder County CareConnect (BCCC) announced today that it has received $32,000 in grants to support its direct services for seniors and adults with disabilities throughout Boulder County. Within the last month, BCCC was awarded $20,000 by Rose Community Foundation, $10,000 from the A.V. Hunter Trust and $2,000 from The Collins Foundation.
Boulder County CareConnect promotes the security, comfort and independence of seniors and adults with disabilities. Boulder County CareConnect’s volunteer-powered programs include: Medical Mobility, volunteer-escorted rides to medical appointments; Fix-It, minor home repairs and fall prevention; and Carry-Out Caravan, weekly grocery shopping and delivery program.
“These grants allow BCCC to provide life‐sustaining safety net services to low‐income seniors and adults with disabilities in our community. This year, BCCC celebrates 40 years of service thanks to the kind support of organizations and individuals like these,” says Emily Ditty, Boulder County CareConnect’s Interim Executive Director.
For more information about Boulder County CareConnect, call 303-443-1933 or visit www.careconnectbc.org.