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Caring for our community

Colorado VNA provides high-quality health care for medically underserved and under/uninsured seniors and aging patients living at or below federal poverty guidelines. This includes “charity” or “indigent care.”

In 2009, more than 650 patients received free medical care. Colorado VNA’s indigent care services provide in-home medical care, personal care, and wellness services to keep low-income and indigent senior patients living independently and self-sufficiently at home.

“Community support and grant funding play a vital role in our ability to meet the healthcare needs of lower-income people, especially the elderly who have limited or fixed incomes and are often forgotten,” said Catherine Dunlap, RN, Program Manager at Colorado VNA. “Colorado VNA is so grateful to our donors and the foundation community for their understanding and support of this very special population.”

Colorado VNA thanks the following funders for their support and commitment to the community:

  • Premier Medical Corporation
  • Denver The Mile High City
  • Daniel’s Fund
  • Member VNAA
  • ECA Foundation
  • United Way
  • CIP – Colorado Immunization Program
  • Colorado Springs Utilities
  • The Colorado Trust
  • DRCOG – Denver REgional Council of Governments
  • Mile High United Way
  • Helen K & Arthur E Johnson
  • Recovery.gov
  • Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment

Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is a nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) charity. All donations we receive are tax-exempt to the full extent allowed by law.

Companies & Foundations

Grants are critical to Colorado VNA’s work. Financial investments in our operations ensure a secure foundation while directed grants help us address specific community needs. Colorado VNA also partners with area hospitals and universities to conduct grant-supported research. If you would like more information, please contact the Development Manager at 303.696.6308 or development@vnacolorado.org.

Current Partners

  • Broomfield Community Foundation
  • City of Fort Collins, Community Development Block Grant Program
  • City of Loveland’s Human Services Grant Program
  • Colorado Health Foundation
  • Colorado Nurses Foundation
  • The Colorado Trust
  • The Comprecare Fund at the Denver Foundation
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments
  • EKS&H
  • Hall Render
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) administered by the City and County of Denver’s Office of Economic Development
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Larimer County Office on Aging
  • Lockton
  • Lutheran Legacy Fund at the Community First Foundation
  • Mile High United Way
  • Virginia W. Hill Foundation
  • Weld County Area Agency on Aging
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