Colorado Gives 2016
In February of 2016 Larimer County joined AARP’s national network of Age-Friendly Communities, a network of over 120 communities across the country that have committed to ensuring quality of life for residents as they age.
Locally, the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities in Larimer County (PAFC), a collaboration of partners from multiple sectors of the community, came together over three years ago to begin the process of identifying key areas of age-friendly deficits and promoting community-based efforts to address them. Larimer County’s entry into the national Age-Friendly network was a major milestone and it is now the responsibility of PAFC to see that the commitment to the mission of that network is met. The work has expanded significantly and with it the need for dedicated administrative oversight.
To date the Foundation on Aging (FOA) has provided administrative support enabling PAFC to function as an organization. Recently FOA generously agreed to use funds raised on Colorado Gives Day to help PAFC develop its own administrative resources.
Please support this effort (and yourself if you plan on growing older in Larimer County) by contributing to the Foundation on Aging through Colorado Gives. All donations not specifically designated for other FOA programs will help fund the work of PAFC.
To donate you can go to the Colorado Gives site (https://www.coloradogives.org) and search for Foundation on Aging or go directly to the FOA page at
For more information about the work of the Partnership, visit the PAFC web page.
Thank you for your support.