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If you need it, take it; if you don’t, leave it. This phrase is the premise behind The Giving Tree located in downtown Fort Collins, Colorado outside of the FoCo Cafe. The Giving Tree is a place where community members can give and receive freely. Each branch is stocked full of items from toiletries and baby wipes to bug spray and snacks. These items are free for the public to take as they wish. No judgement, just community-level support. [Read More]
It may be (unusually) warm out in Northern Colorado right now, but the chilly days are close ahead. FoCo Cafe is inviting knitters and crocheters in Fort Collins to help spread the warmth this November. [Read More]
Group Publishing distributes 27 awards worth $61,000 during awards luncheon on Thursday [Read More]
Earlier this month, as part of the Blue Margin Community Works program, my colleague Angela and I volunteered at the FoCo Café.
If you aren’t familiar with this local gem, the FoCo Café is in the heart of downtown Fort Collins, and is truly representative of the strength of Fort Collins’ giving community.
A video FoCo Cafe are featured in. FoCo Cafe purchases beautiful vegetables from Harvest Farm
When I was listening recently to the story of how the FoCo Cafe originated in Fort Collins, Colorado, I was reminded of one of my favorite quotes from Martin Luther King Jr.: “No work is insignificant. All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.”
Kathleen Baumgardner, FoCo Cafe Executive Director, recounted the journey and many obstacles she and her husband encountered just to get the doors open on Thanksgiving Day 2014. [Read More]
Not much in life is free—but the founders of the FoCo Café are trying to change that, at least for those who can not afford a good meal. [Read More]
Quaint artisan foods line the walls opposite a long counter filled with cheeses. The small shop shines with rustic charm. Across the street, its companion bistro crafts an intimate setting of dim light, warm brick, and fanciful chalk lettering. [Read More]
An article about activities to do after 5 in Fort Collins. Click here to read more.