Gratitude for Grand

Gratitude for Grand – Give a High Five for Health Fundraiser:

We are very excited to host our Gratitude for Grand: Give a High Five for Health virtual fundraiser again this year, and we hope you’ll join us October 6th – October 12th!

Our organization’s mission is we work in partnership to advocate for and support the health of our community, and this fundraiser is an exciting opportunity to put our mission in action! This unique event supports our individual and community mental health while creating an exciting ripple effect of practicing gratitude for others in our community, while raising much-needed funds for our programs and services. With all we have been through together these past few years, we all know of individuals, businesses or groups who deserve a High Five for Health!

Become a Sponsor

Sponsors Needed for 2022!
Your sponsorship offers access, resources, and support for all our Grand County neighbors to lead their healthiest lives. Please consider sponsoring this unique event, and share this opportunity with other businesses and individuals. Various sponsorship levels and benefits are available to accommodate all businesses and budgets.
Please email Christine Smith or call 970-725-3477 ext. 5 with any sponsor questions.

How do your sponsor dollars support your Grand County neighbors?

  • $300 supports three mental health therapy visits
  • $600 supports at least three well-child exams
  • $1000 supports a full intake with a patient navigator, assessing barriers to health and available resources and care options
  • $1500 supports at least three ACHES dental vouchers
  • $2500 supports approximately one month of health coverage guide services
  • $5000 contributes to our local behavioral health systems change initiative

How our virtual fundraiser works:
Starting October 6th and through October 12th, each donation you make to Grand County Rural Health Network lets you ‘Give a High Five for Health’ to a deserving recipient. This is your chance to recognize and celebrate the many people and organizations in Grand County that help us all to thrive and be healthy! Every High Five also generates much-needed funds to help us continue to provide access, resources, and support for all our Grand County neighbors.

Last year, over 160 people and organizations were recognized and celebrated throughout Grand County. Thank you to everyone who joined us in 2021 for creating an attitude of gratitude, and congratulations to all who received a High Five and to our amazing Sponsors.!

Traveling Award Banner

Shown below is our 2021 Gratitude for Grand traveling Award Banner that was proudly displayed throughout the county. It showcased every High Five award recipients and event sponsors for all to see. Dates and locations for our 2022 Award Banner will be announced here soon!

Gratitude for Grand traveling award banner

Thank you to our 2021 Event Sponsors:

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