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Great Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season

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The holiday season is quickly approaching, but not everyone is fortunate enough to celebrate comfortably. For many people and families, the holidays can be a difficult time of the year as they navigate celebrating the holidays and keeping their family finances afloat. Here are some great ways to give back this holiday season!

  1. Donate to a Local Cause

Around 13 million children in America live in poverty and many will receive few or no toys this holiday season. Purchasing toys for children in need can boost their self-esteem and have a positive influence on their lives. We support an incredible organization called Serve 6.8. This is a nonprofit organization that specializes in mobilizing, resourcing, and connecting the local church to care for vulnerable people in Northern Colorado. We will have gift trees again this year at our Windsor locations. Please stop in to support this initiative!

  1. Volunteer at Your Local Food Bank

According to Feeding America, more than 48 million Americans live in food-insecure households, meaning that they do not have enough access to a healthy amount of nutritious food. You can help serve these struggling families and senior citizens in need of food by volunteering at a local soup kitchen. Learn more about this opportunity on either the Food Bank for Larimer County website or on the Weld County Food Bank Website.

  1. Put Together Care Kits for the Homeless

Buy some bags and pick out practical and fun items to put in them. Some ideas include granola bars, water bottles, toothpaste and warm gloves or socks. Keep the care kits in your car, and hand them out to homeless people you encounter on your daily commutes.

 

  1. Charity 5Ks and Fun Runs

There are a lot of great holiday-themed 5Ks in Northern Colorado to participate in and running for charity is always a good—and healthy—idea. Check out all of the 5K races happening around Colorado and find one near you!

 

  1. Donate Canned Goods

Food Shelters are always in need of extra food around the holidays. Go to the grocery store or set up a canned food drive in your community to help donate cans of non-perishable foods to your local food bank.

At Points West Community Bank, we love giving back and participate in many different events throughout the year. We especially like to participate in events around the holidays. Here are some of the events we participate in. We encourage you to participate as well if you are able!

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Points West Community Bank is Proud to Partner with Power to Play Sports

Aerial shot of Power to Play Facility

Power to Play (P2P) Sports is a 53,000 square foot facility in Windsor, Colorado with the main vision of providing unique opportunities for athletes of all ages and abilities. They offer leagues in basketball, volleyball, badminton, and pickleball as well as offering running/ walking loops and lounge areas to all guests.

We are excited and proud to be supporting their vision and the Northern Colorado community by serving as the official banking partner to P2P Sports.

With this partnership, we are able to create more opportunities for those involved to build self-confidence and learn what it means to be a part of a team.

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Points West Community Bank Donates $1,000 to Haxtun United Methodist Church and University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute

Points West Community Bank presented Haxtun United Methodist Church and University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute with a $1,000 donation. 

“Not only did we want to give back to our community, but also the organizations near and dear to PWCB customers,” said Mark Brase, Front Range President of Points West Community Bank. “By allowing our customers to select the organizations we donated to, we were able to involve customers inside and outside the bank.”

During the 2018 holiday season, Points West Community Bank customers nominated local organizations to receive a $1,000 donation. Along with the organization’s basic information, each nominator explained why PWCB should donate to the nominated organization.

 

The Haxtun United Methodist Church nominator wrote, “the Haxtun United Methodist Church does so many things for so many people. Whether it be the Thanksgiving meal at the community center, Retread Threads, or the community food basket, the Church is there to support our community. Pastor Jeri has been an extraordinary part of the Church, and with her leadership, it has become a shining light in so many people’s lives.” Learn more about The Haxtun United Methodist Church

 

University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute

“This local organization (University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute) provides much-needed rehab services to cancer patients. I have benefited from their help and believe they do amazing research to show the benefits of physical activity for cancer patients who could be in any stage of treatment,” said the University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institue’s nominator. Learn more about the University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute. 

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Choosing a Community Bank in Greeley

points west community bank building in Greeley, Colorado

Choosing a bank often involves a degree of convenience. In many cases, customers select their bank based on the proximity to home or work. At Points West Community Bank, we serve our Colorado customers with seven locations throughout Northern Colorado communities – including a bank with a location in the heart of Greeley.

Our Greeley Community Bank Location

The Points West Community Bank in Greeley is conveniently located at 6801 West 20th Street. With lobby hours open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday, the Greeley branch also has extended drive up hours until 5:30 pm Monday through Friday as well as from 9 am until noon on Saturday.

The Points West Community Bank Greeley location also features a 24-hour drive up ATM and night depository for additional convenience.

Supporting the Greeley Community

As members of the Greeley community, Points West Community Bank makes it a priority to support local organizations, including Greeley Transitional House’s SummerFest, the UNC Career Fair, The Community Foundation Serving Greeley, and Weld County and more. Learn more about our community involvement here.

The Points West Community Bank Difference

Points West Community Bank is a community bank where our customers’ interests come first. We serve those interests through competitive advantage and high-quality service.

Each of our community bank locations is locally-managed by individuals who live within the communities we serve.  This allows us to be more competitive and even more creative in our pursuit to find the best solutions for our customers.

Interested in learning more? Click here to talk to your local banker today!

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Customer Appreciation Day & Open House – August 10, 2018

Join Points West Community Bank at our Annual Customer Appreciation Day and Open House on August 10. We are very grateful to be able to provide a variety of banking platforms to our customers where their needs and interests come first. We love being part of the community and hope you can join us for some good food and good company. It is our customers who make our job so enjoyable, and we are thrilled to be able to celebrate at all our Colorado Points West Community Bank locations.

No RSVP is necessary.

Each location is hosting a school supplies drive during the entire month of August in honor of Customer Appreciation Day. Drop off locations include the Windsor, Water Valley, Greeley, Wellington, Haxtun and Julesburg branch locations.

Who: All Colorado Branch Locations 

What: Points West Community Bank Customer Appreciation Day & Open House

When: Friday, August 10 10:00AM-3:00PM

Where: Windsor Branch (1291 Main St.) • Water Valley Branch (355 Eastman Park Dr.) • Greeley Branch (6801 West 20th St.) • Wellington Branch (8100 6th St.) • Haxtun (128 S. Colorado Ave.) • Julesburg Branch (100 E. 3rd St.)

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Enjoy the Women of Summer 2018 Summer Concert Series

Join Points West Community Bank at the Women of Summer 2018 Summer Concert Series on July 21, 5:30 to 9:00 pm featuring Bonnie & The Clydes with South to Cedars. The presenting sponsor, Tabby Road Animal Hospital, along with support from other local sponsors including Blue Federal Credit Union, Wellington Grill and the financial and organizational support by the Wellington Colorado Main Streets Program supplies food, drinks and family fun in Centennial Park, during the concert series.

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About Wellington Colorado Main Streets Program

The Wellington Colorado Main Streets Program is an organized group of pro-active citizens whose goal is to promote, enhance, and develop downtown Wellington for the benefit of its inhabitants, businesses, and visitors. To learn more about this organization, contact Annie Lindgren.

About Tabby Road Animal Hospital

The Tabby Road Animal Hospital specializes in offering quality, affordable veterinary care to large and small animals. They also now offer boarding/grooming. Open Monday through Friday with morning office hours on Saturday, the hospital can be reached at 970-568-7050 or by visiting their website.

 

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Don’t Miss Taste of Windsor

Taste of Windsor

Here at Points West Community Bank, we find great pride and joy being part of our community. It is this passion that brings us to join Windsor Now for the Taste of Windsor event happening Thursday, July 20, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Boardwalk Park.

Don’t miss out on the fun where all ages are welcome to enjoy live music from the Windsor Summer Concert Series, great food, entertaining venders and a summer favorite activity, the picnic. Before you find a perfect spot on the grass, don’t forget to stop by the face painting booth, sponsored by Points West Community Bank, and let loose as you transform into a tiger or butterfly for the day.

This event brings families and friends together in the community to experience the local cuisine of Northern Colorado. Food from places like Stuft A Burger Bar, Papa Murphy’s, Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que, Taste of Philly, Maui Wowi fruit smoothies, CSK’s Grill, Wing Shack, Snoasis and other vendors will be selling their tasty treats at Taste of Windsor. 

Taste of Windsor is is free to the public so bring your friends, families, neighbors and loved ones as we enjoy the great outdoors in true Colorado style!

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Join Us As We Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease affects 10 percent of Americans over the age of 65. We’d like to believe that if we band together, we can conquer the affliction. Join us as we rally Greeley residents to join in our fight against the disease as we sponsor the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Greeley on Sept. 30, 2017.

Points West Community Bank joins the Tom & Cynthia Olson Family Foundation as sponsors of the Champions Tent at the Walk. We’re expecting more than 800 participants at the event held in Bittersweet Park (35th Ave & 16th St, Greeley, CO 80634). Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk kickoff ceremony starts an hour later. Come join us as the community bands together to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research, care and support. Teams, individual walkers, families and well behaved leashed dogs are welcome.

Register a new a team, join an existing team or join the walk as an individual at the event registration page.

Pledge to become a fundraiser and help organizers reach their goal of $52,000 in donations this year. There is no registration fee, though organizers ask every walker or team makes a donation to participate.

The event is one of more than 600 walks helping the Alzheimer’s Association raise money to support the fight against the disease. Since the first walk in 1989, thousands of walks have raised more than $492 million from countless supporters.

Please join Points West Community Bank and the Greeley community as we make strides to end Alzheimer’s disease!

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Proud Sponsor of Tabby Road Animal Hospital’s Wellington Summer Concert Series

The Wellington Summer Concert Series is made possible by a generous grant and sponsorship from Bohemian Foundation. Their support along with support from other local sponsors including our Points West Bank Wellington branch, Tabby Road Animal Hospital, and financial and organizational support by the Wellington Colorado Main Streets Program will supply the citizens and visitors of Wellington, Colorado quality, free, entertainment and make good use of Wellington’s downtown open space.

Join the fun at this free concert on Saturday, June 17 starting at 6:30 p.m. at Centennial Park in downtown Wellington.. The first concert of the series is presented by Points West Community Bank, featuring music from My Blue Sky and the Matt Skinner Band.

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Northeast Colorado Fire Relief

Farmers & Ranchers Immediate Needs and Donations

Our Haxtun location has been impacted by the recent wildfire in Logan and Phillips counties and we want to help spread the word about how you can support Northeast Colorado Fire Relief.

The Northeast Colorado wildfire in Logan and Phillips counties fire has had a large impact on the agriculture community in the area, including lost livestock, as well as damaged fields, facilities, equipment, infrastructure and homes.

There is an immediate need for hay, feed, fencing supplies, individuals willing to provide trucking, etc. for the farmers and ranchers devastated by the NE Colorado fires. Donations should be taken to CHS Grainland in Haxtun. A loader and scale are both available, if needed. Contact Rick Unrein (970) 520-3565 for more information about dropping off donations. More information: Kent Kokes 970-580-8109, John Michal 970-522-2330, Justin Price 970-580-6315 Dan Firme 970-520-0949

Click here for more: NE Colorado Immediate Fire Relief for Farmers and Ranchers 

Click here for an update from the Logan County Office of Emergency Management.

Interested in Making a Donation?

Colorado Farm Bureau has activated a disaster fund to help the farmers and ranchers directly impacted by the Northeast Colorado wildfire in Logan and Phillips counties. 100 percent of the funds raised will go directly to aiding these producers as they face the aftermath of this natural disaster.
Checks payable to Colorado Farm Bureau Foundation, cash and credit card payments are being accepted at this time. Please note “Disaster Fund-CO Wildfire” in the memo line on the check.

Cash and checks can be sent to:
Colorado Farm Bureau Foundation
Attn: Disaster Fund
9177 E. Mineral Circle
Centennial, CO 80112
To make an online donation, click here

The CFB Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) charitable foundation with a catastrophic disaster fund dedicated to assisting farmers and ranchers in need following agricultural disasters such as blizzard, flood or wildfire.

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