Bohemian Foundation in the news


Project Homeless Connect coming April 8

Fort Collins Coloradoan | April 1, 2016

Nearly 60 agencies and businesses will unite Friday, April 8 to provide free services to people facing homelessness in the Fort Collins area. Project Homeless Connect serves hundreds of people experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness. Services include basic car inspection, bike repair, medical and dental screenings, eye exams, family photos, haircuts,pet care, ID and legal services and more.
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Temple Grandin’s Resume Just Got Another Accolade: A Tribute Piano

KUNC | March 23, 2016

She’s been the subject of books, interviews, speeches, even an HBO film starring Claire Danes. Her office is full of awards. Now, arguably Fort Collins’ most well-known resident, Temple Grandin, is the inspiration for a piano.
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Three CSU programs receive 2016 Bohemian Foundation grants

Rocky Mountain Collegian | January 28, 2016

The Bohemian Foundation is a privately-owned family foundation that gives grants to local programs with special initiatives. This year, three Colorado State University programs were awarded grants ranging from $10,000 – 20,000 to use for their causes as they please.
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Out of the Box - Pianos About Town

City of Fort Collins, Ch. 14 | December 28, 2015

A look at an innovative art project blending visual and musical art forms in public places within the city of Fort Collins.
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Bohemian Foundation awards $500,500 to 33 area nonprofits

BizWest | December 18, 2015

The Bohemian Foundation has awarded $500,500 to 33 local nonprofit groups through its Pharos Fund...
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