First National Bank of Omaha provides grants to 12 Colorado groups

OMAHA — First National Bank of Omaha, a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska, has awarded $135,000 in grant funding to a dozen Colorado nonprofit organizations.

According to a bank news release, those funds were distributed as follows:

  • $15,000 – Bridge House (Boulder):  provides employment opportunities for adults experiencing homelessness.
  • $15,000 – Project Self-Sufficiency (Loveland):  assists single parents in creating and accomplishing career/education goals tied to living wage employment.
  • $10,000 – The Matthews House (Fort Collins):  teaches economically disadvantaged youth the skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment.
  • $10,000 – Thrive (Boulder):  provides training, education and relational support to help individuals secure and sustain employment. 
  • $15,000 – Homeward Alliance (Fort Collins):  provides secure and sustainable employment for individuals experiencing homelessness.
  • $10,000 – Attention Homes (Boulder):  provides education, career development and self-sufficiency programs for homeless and at-risk youth. 
  • $10,000 – I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County (Boulder):  supports college and career readiness programming for low-income youth.
  • $10,000 – Front Range Community College Foundation (Loveland):  provides funding for adult GED prep, English language instruction, basic reading, writing and math skills to obtain employment.  
  • $10,000 – Greeley Dream Team (Greeley):  provides support for students during the first two years of their postsecondary education and workforce readiness.
  • $10,000 – Boys and Girls Club of Weld County (Greeley):  provides consulting and resources to small businesses and entrepreneurs.  
  • $10,000 – Larimer County Foundation (Fort Collins):  supports paid manufacturing internships, technical and employability skills for low-income youth.   
  • $10,000 – Family Learning Center (Boulder):  provides college/career prep and adult basic education to low-income youth and adults.   

First National has Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado locations in Fort Collins, Erie, Wellington, Windsor, Johnstown, Loveland, Greeley, Kersey, Longmont, Brighton, Broomfield, Louisville and Boulder. The bank has assets of more than $21.3 billion, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

OMAHA — First National Bank of Omaha, a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska, has awarded $135,000 in grant funding to a dozen Colorado nonprofit organizations.

According to a bank news release, those funds were distributed as follows:

  • $15,000 – Bridge House (Boulder):  provides employment opportunities for adults experiencing homelessness.
  • $15,000 – Project Self-Sufficiency (Loveland):  assists single parents in creating and accomplishing career/education goals tied to living wage employment.
  • $10,000 – The Matthews House (Fort Collins):  teaches economically disadvantaged youth the skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment.
  • $10,000 – Thrive (Boulder):  provides training, education and relational support to help individuals secure and sustain employment. 
  • $15,000 – Homeward Alliance (Fort Collins):  provides secure and sustainable employment for individuals experiencing homelessness.
  • $10,000 – Attention Homes (Boulder):  provides education, career development and self-sufficiency programs for homeless and at-risk youth. 
  • $10,000 – I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County (Boulder):  supports college and career readiness programming for low-income youth.
  • $10,000 – Front Range Community College Foundation (Loveland):  provides funding for adult GED prep, English language instruction, basic reading, writing and math skills to obtain employment.  
  • $10,000 – Greeley Dream Team (Greeley):  provides support for students during the first two years of their postsecondary education and workforce readiness.
  • $10,000 – Boys and Girls Club of Weld County (Greeley):  provides consulting and resources…