Thank You for Making an Impact!

Coordinated by the United Way, Make a Difference Week pairs local businesses with local non-profits to make an impact in our Northern Colorado community. Since 1992, Make A Difference Day has inspired hundreds of thousands of volunteers to give back in their local communities and has extended to an entire week.  We are lucky to have so many local businesses come out each year to work on projects at Harmony House.  Together they make Harmony House a safe place for over 300 families and children to have family visits. Many thanks to the Otero Corporation,  Hewlett-Packard, Kappa Alpha Theta at CSU, Vaught, Frye, Larson and Aronson, and Broadcom for painting, setting up blinds, raking leaves, and doing other odd jobs around Harmony House.

Did you miss Make a Difference Week but still want to get involved?  We’re always looking for community group volunteers to help with projects to maintain this beautiful historic property.  Click here to learn how you can make a difference. 

Broadcom has been a partner of CASA of Larimer County for the past year.  Last year they volunteered to paint the living room and this year, their group of twelve really went above and beyond!  Coordinated by Janelle Stultz, this group painted the trim in an office, cleared and prepped the front yard for winter, and started on phase one of our bathroom remodel.  This crew accomplished so much in a few hours.  Early this year, Broadcom also donated $1,000 to CLC to provide a CASA to a child in need of advocacy.

HPE staff pose in front of the Harmony House staff after a successful volunteer project! They installed new blinds in the living room.  This small but mighty group were fun to work with on this project. 

Kappa Alpha Theta put their organizational skills to good use! The organized our children’s craft center, kitchen, and basement storage of holiday decorations.  These little touches help make Harmony House a great place for families to make memories.

Otero cleaned up leaves and brush from around our bike shed to make the bikes accessible for children.  This made so many children happy!  

The women of Vaught, Frye, Larson, & Aronson completed phase one of our office painting project. They taped off the office trim and got a coat of primer on the trim and windows.  These ladies were so kind and we enjoyed getting to know them.