Donate to support victims of the Boulder shooting.

We’ll match it.

Your donation to the Elevations Foundation/Elevations Credit Union Victims’ Assistance Fund will be matched dollar for dollar up to $200,000 through April 6, with the help of a matching grant provided by Elevations Foundation and Elevations Credit Union.

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Together, we can help those facing unthinkable loss after this tragic event in our Boulder community. When you contribute to the Elevations Foundation/Elevations Credit Union Victims’ Assistance Fund by April 6, your donation will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $200,000, through a matching grant provided by Elevations Foundation and Elevations Credit Union.

That means we can provide a total of $400,000 to help the families of victims who lost their lives in the tragedy at King Soopers in Boulder — 100% of the proceeds will go to support victims and their families.

Here's how it works:

  1. Make a donation of any size to the Victims’ Assistance Fund through Tuesday, April 6.
  2. Donations will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $200,000 total.
  3. Elevations Foundation will distribute 100% of all funds raised to support victims and their families impacted by the tragedy at King Soopers.

About the Elevations Wildfire Relief Fund

The Elevations Wildfire Relief Fund was launched by Elevations Foundation to aid individuals and families who are impacted or displaced by the wildfires in Boulder and Larimer counties. The Foundation is partnering with local agencies that are delivering funds and support to those directly impacted by the wildfires. Our goal is to raise a total of $200,000, with Elevations Credit Union committing to $100,000 through matching donations.

Elevations Credit Union and Elevations Foundation have the financial resources and fundraising capabilities to be of service to those in need. We focus financial support within our local community, and we believe it is important to help our neighbors.

Are you directly impacted by wildfires?

Please contact your county’s office of emergency management:

Support the victims of this tragic event.
We’ll match your donation.

About Our Victims’ Assistance Fund

Launched on March 23, the Victims’ Assistance Fund is a combined effort between Elevations Credit Union and Elevations Foundation. Each organization has committed to matching $100,000 in donations, for a total matching grant of $200,000. Our goal is to raise a total of $400,000 by April 6 with the help of credit union members and the community, and 100% of the proceeds will go to victims and their families impacted by the tragedy at King Soopers in Boulder on March 22.

Elevations Credit Union and Elevations Foundation have the financial resources and fundraising capabilities to be of service to those in need. We focus financial support within our local community, and we believe it is important to help our neighbors.

A Note From the Elevations Credit Union Team

We are shocked and saddened by this tragic event in our hometown of Boulder. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims’ families and loved ones — and our beloved community.

We are deeply grateful for our first responders and law enforcement agencies, including the Boulder Police Department and University of Colorado Boulder Police Department, who worked to keep Elevations Credit Union employees and members safe at our Table Mesa Branch on March 22.

Our community is at the heart of our credit union. In the toughest of times, we come together to support each other, which is why we've launched this Victims’ Assistance Fund.

We are also committed to doing everything we can to help our employees process and heal after this devastating event. That includes sharing Employee Assistance Program (EAP) resources, including on-site EAP services for those directly impacted, and encouraging time off.

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