Nonprofits get Daniels money

Several Western Slope nonprofit groups received grants from the Denver-based Daniels Fund, the philanthropic group announced last week.

The grants, which the group awards on a regular basis, went to organizations that serve seniors, youth and the disabled.

Recipients included All Points Transit in Montrose; Boy Scouts of America, Western Colorado Council; Columbine Home Health in Glenwood Springs; Early Childhood Partners in Eagle; Gunnison County Partners; Mesa County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program; Mesa County Partners; Paradise Place Community Christian School in Crested Butte; Valley View Hospital Association for the Continuing Care Project in Glenwood Springs; and the Wright Stuff Community Foundation in Norwood.

The fund was created by Bill Daniels, a cable television pioneer. The group also is known for the scholarships it grants to needy students in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

For more information about the fund, go to http://www.danielsfund.org.


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