Gratitude for Grand

Our 3rd Annual Gratitude for Grand: Give a High Five for Health fundraiser, held October 6-12, was a great success!

Through your generous donations, over 180 High Fives were given to individuals, groups, and businesses who help us all thrive and be healthy. Plus, every High Five generates much-needed funds to help us continue to provide access, resources, and support for all our Grand County neighbors. Thank you!

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.

How does your donation 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

2022 Award for Excellence in Health Service Winner Announced!

In 2022, the Network’s Board of Directors chose to award an individual that is dedicated to putting the health of the community first despite many obstacles. The Network is pleased to announce the 2022 recipient of the Award for Excellence in Health Service: Tess Riley from Grand County Library District. This deserving award recipient will be recognized during our annual fundraiser “Gratitude for Grand – Give a High Five for Health” kick-off event on October 5 and run October 6-12.

Congratulations Tess on a very well-deserved award!

2022 Award for Excellence in Health Service Honorable Mentions

These are additional individuals or organizations who have contributed significantly, professionally or as a volunteer to the health of our community, and were chosen as Honorable Mentions:
Teresa Cantwell, Dena Korell, Melvin Duran, Dr. Odegaard, and Middle Park Health’s Physical Therapists. Congratulations to each of you and thank you for your help to our community.

Our Traveling High Five Banner is now on display!

We are proud to highlight every High Five award recipient and our amazing event sponsors. Look for our 2022 High Five Banner in the following locations!

October 26 to November 1: Fraser Valley Library
November 2 to November 8: Granby Library
November 9 to November 22: Kremmling Library
November 23 to November 30: Juniper Library at Grand Lake
November 31 to December 7: GCRHN offices in Hot Sulphur Springs

Thank you to our 2022 Event Sponsors:

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