Nonprofit Roundup: June 2017

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On the 20th anniversary of the Trails and Open Space Program, nature lovers will have the opportunity to attend four BioBlitzes throughout Colorado Springs. These 24-hour events are an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. Palmer Land Trust scientist Amber Shanklin will be leading surveys and exploring local landscapes from a ecological, botanical, and environmental perspective. The first BioBlitz is scheduled for June 16-17 at Blodgett Peak Open Space.

Congrats to the National Association for Interpretation for helping deliver a successful day at the Poudre RiverFest 2017 in Fort Collins! NAI is the fiscal sponsor and organizing partner of this event, which seeks to restore, celebrate and educate people about the Cache la Poudre River. NAI is a professional association for those involved in the interpretation of natural and cultural heritage resources, such as parks, nature centers, museums, zoos, and historic sites.

Drink coffee and do good! During the month of June, 100% of all sales of Malawian Mzuzu coffee at Pangea Coffee Roasters in Golden, Colorado, will be donated to Freshwater Project International to help them provide clean water to schoolchildren in Malawi. Freshwater Project International supports the implementation of community-led water, sanitation, and hygiene products in Malawi.


On June 24, Fostering Futures is partnering with Jim Toy Community Center to celebrate families and mark the second anniversary of the Supreme Court decision on marriage equality. Join these two organizations in Ann Arbor for food, entertainment, music, children’s activities, and a marriage equality dedication. LGBTQ families represent 25% of Fostering Futures' foster/adoptive families, and since 2013, Fostering Futures has received the Human Rights Campaign's Gold Seal of approval for their services for youth and resource families.

Save the date! You might have summer on your mind right now, but don’t forget to mark your calendars for Haiti Nursing Foundation’s Fall Event on September 29th in Ann Arbor. Hear how the FSIL Nursing School is expanding horizons for nurses in Haiti, and enjoy a live auction, raffles, and tapas. Contact the Haiti Nursing Foundation to register by September 1st.