Welcome Agency Partners
Agency Zone is a new resource developed to help communicate important information to you, our nonprofit partner agency. Please check this site regularly for upcoming events, news, food recall information and more. If you have any questions or ideas for content, please contact Liz Donovan, Nutrition and Programs Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-493-4477 ext. 121.
Does your agency have something special to share? An inspiring story? We would love to feature your agency here, on this website, and in our Resource Center in Food Link. Please contact Liz, Programs Director or talk to Justin, the Food Link Technician when you’re in to shop.
Lago Vista is a large multi-ethnic, low income trailer park in north Loveland. Lago Vista Ministries is a partnership of several Loveland churches, Thompson School District, local businesses, and non-profits seeking to come alongside the residents to improve their lives now and in the future. There are after school and evening programs for the children, youth, and adults in the community. Programs are focused on developing the children/youth, strengthening families, and supporting community. There are also summer programs for all age groups.
The Food Bank for Larimer County is a key partner in the programs provided for the residents of Lago Vista. During the school year, the Food Bank provides fresh and nutritious snacks for the children and youth who attend the afterschool and evening programs. During the summer, healthy lunches are provided every day that there are programs, available to all of the children and youth in Lago Vista. The food provided by the Food Bank is an important part of the physical growth and development of the children and youth in the trailer park.
The Food Bank provides a really important service to the residents of Lago Vista who struggle to provide a consistent healthy diet for their families. We look forward to our continuing partnership for the benefit of all those in our community.
-Duncan and Laney Howard, Founders
Client and Meal Tracking
Does your agency keep track of the number of clients you serve, or the number of meals that you provide? The Food Bank’s Development Team, and specifically our grant writer, would find this information helpful in seeking more funding for our Member Agencies. The Agency Relations Coordinator will be contacting all Member Agencies to submit data on an annual basis. Please note we will not ask for specific client information, but general data such as number of individuals or households served, number of meals served, what percentage of your food comes from the Food Bank. Any general demographic information you provide would be helpful as well. We’re here to work with you if you have any questions.