Gratitude for Grand – Give a High Five for Health: With the current Covid-19 restrictions in place and for the health and safety of our supporters, we had to cancel this year’s Bulls, Boots & BBQ. Now more than ever, the need still exists for our programs that provide access, resources, and support for all of our neighbors to lead their healthiest lives. So does our need for funding to provide these services. We’re excited to announce a new virtual fundraiser in support of Grand County Rural Health Network! Learn more >>
Bulls, Boots & BBQ: <cancelled for 2020> Traditionally, Grand County Rural Health Network’s annual fundraiser is a fun-filled evening that hosts over 200 guests for dinner, mechanical bull rides, old fashioned photos, live & silent auctions and the presentation of the Award for Excellence in Healthcare Service.
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Summer Concerts in the Garden: The Creekside Eatery at the Crooked Creek Saloon generously donates 20% of the evening’s proceeds during their weekly summer al fresco fundraisers. Grand County Rural Health Network is one of seven local charities supported in this concert series.
Festival of Trees: This annual fundraiser is organized by the Fraser River Valley Lions Club to provide a free and festive community-wide event to kick off the holiday season. Over 20 local non-profit organizations decorate and display Christmas trees and holiday wreaths, which are available to the highest bidder via silent auction.
We participate in local and state events to educate our community on issues impacting health, to lift up community and partner voices, and advocate for statewide policy change. We invite you to join us!
Some examples of these types of events include:
- Peak Health Alliance Informational Sessions
- 9 Health Fairs
- Kremmling Health Fair
- Community Leadership Training
- Second Circle Training
- Behavioral Health Task Force Listening Tour
- Winter Park & Fraser Chamber Business Expo
Visit our Events Calendar for information, and learn how you can Take Action to support the health of our community.