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|1/27/2015 22:12:43||Move to Amend Fort Collins||KC Terryfirstname.lastname@example.org||n/a||Fort Collins||CO||80521||Larimer||Move to Amend is a broad coalition of organizations and individuals, working together to end corporate personhood and demand real democracy. Join us!||Education||Opportunities for involvement||Social and legislative change||Community organizing||Influencing elected officials||All people are welcome. We strive to consider the needs of all populations.||FCCAN, FC Community Rights, Cooperate Colorado, Move to Amend national, Transition Fort Collins, League of Women Voters, Occupy Fort Collins, NoCo People's Movement Assembly planning group, US Social Forum||http://movetoamendfc.org||Issues Group||Meeting at Old Town Library in Fort Collins at 6:30pm on the first Thursday of each month. In October 2012 we worked to pass a Fort Collins City Council resolution stating that corporations aren't persons and money is not protected political speech under the US Constitution.||move to amend, amendment, fort collins, citizens united, movement, democracy||Political, Social Justice, Education, Community Outreach|
|2/10/2015 22:32:16||Fort Collins Sustainability Group||Kevin Crossemail@example.com||970-419-8944||P.O. Box 400||Fort Collins||CO||80524||Larimer||The mission of the Fort Collins Sustainability Group (FCSG) is to develop and advocate a vision and strategy for becoming a sustainable community in partnership with key stakeholders.|
A sustainable community is one that enables its members to thrive, both economically and socially, without compromising the welfare of future generations. It exists in harmony with our environment and other communities.
|Focused on climate action at the local and regional level.||N/A||N/A||N/A||Residents of Fort Collins and Larimer County.||We are affiliated with the Fort Collins Community Action Network, and work with many organizations connected with TFC.||http://fcsg.fccan.org/||N/A||N/A||Non-Profit||Visit our website for meeting times and current efforts.||Sustainability, Climate Action, Greenhouse gases||Political, Climate, Environment, Energy, Transportation, Social Justice, Education, Community Outreach||Participation in our calls to action, attendance at our events, and we always welcome new members!|
|2/17/2015 20:43:43||Trevor Even||Trevor Evenfirstname.lastname@example.org||9705565542||Edwards St||Fort Collins||CO||80524||Larimer||To provide social science and GIS support to active organizations attempting to create a stronger and more equitable world.||Social Science Research||Geographic Information Systems and Map Creation||Light Construction||Gardening|
Generally a pretty fun guy.
|All.||Larimer County VOAD, Larimer County LTRG, Center for Disaster and Risk Analysis, other large non-profits.|
Transition Fort Collins, The Fort Collins Sustainability Group, and Fort Collins 350.
|Non-Profit||Disaster Preparedness, Public Education, Social Science, Anthropology, GIS, Maps, Community Organizing, Good Times.||Political, Gardening, Farms/CSAs, Agriculture, Climate, Environment, Food, Poverty, Energy, Transportation, Housing, Research, Social Justice, Education, Community Outreach|
|2/18/2015 9:46:07||350.org Fort Collins, Climate Action Plan Sub-Committee||Carlie Trottemail@example.com||none||Fort Collins|
|80524||Larimer||The mission of the 350 Fort Collins Climate Action Plan sub-committee is to serve the city of Fort Collins by advocating for the adoption and just implementation of its Climate Action Plan.||See mission.||Fort Collins Sustainability Group (FCSG)||https://www.facebook.com/350FtCollins||https://twitter.com/350FortCollins||Non-Profit||Political, Climate, Environment, Social Justice, Education, Community Outreach||Always welcoming new members!|
Fort Collins Community Action Network (FCCAN)
|Cheryl Distasofirstname.lastname@example.org||970.419.8944||P.O. Box 400||Fort Collins||CO||80522||Larimer|
FCCAN's mission is to create community, based on furthering economic, social, and environmental justice, sustainability, human rights, and peace for all by building coalitions, developing strategies and actions, and supporting existing progressive organizations.
We are comprised of the Fort Collins Homeless Coalition, Fuerza Latina, The Fort Collins Sustainability Group, the Open Communities Collective, Strength Through Peace, and Barrier Busters/Public Action Transit Group. We work on the issues that affect all of these groups, working to examine connections between them.
We are an advocacy and social change group.
The entire Fort Collins Community.
350.org, FREE (student group), Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center, Community for Sustainable Environment.
Our Spokescouncil meets every two months on a Monday. Contact us to find out our next meeting time. We've been involved in the Climate Action Plan, securing city funds for mobile home park communities that are demolished for redevelopment, bringing Jeremy Scahill to Fort Collins, bringing Glenn Greenwald to Fort Collins (April 8, 2015), keeping 5 low-income, highly achieving schools from being closed and/or privatized, making downtown Fort Collins more accessible for folks with disabilities, expanding paratransit, and organizing with immigrants on a multitude of issues.
Peace, Justice, Environment, Immigrant Rights, Homeless Rights, Gentrification
Political, Climate, Environment, Poverty, Transportation, Social Justice, Education, Community Outreach
We need people who are committed to social, environmental, political justice. We need people who are structure-geeks who want to work on new approaches to organizing and nonprofit work.
|2/22/2015 15:53:44||Fort Collins Bike Co-op||Justin Moharemail@example.com||970-484-3804||331 N. College Ave.||Fort Collins||CO||80521||Larimer|
"Building Community Through Bicycling"
We are a non-profit organization, and we rely almost entirely on volunteers to operate.
We teach people to work on their own bikes. During Open Shop, we pair customers up with a mechanic who will lead them through any tune-ups they need. We charge $10/hour for this service, but are willing to waive this fee (in exchange for shop chores) for those who cannot afford it.
Through our Earn-A-Bike program, we provide free bicycles in exchange for community service. Though targeted at participants who are in halfway houses, homeless, or otherwise experiencing hard times, the program is open to anyone.
Our retail shop provides used parts which have been salvaged from donated or abandoned bicycles; this provides customers with a low-cost alternative to new parts, and keeps usable material out of landfills.
We engage in many aspects of bettering our community with bicycles, including classes, kids' mountain bike trips, safety outreach, abandoned bike recovery, and others.
We are open to all, but we do take special measure to serve low-income populations.
Open Shop/Retail?Customer Service: Mon, Wed, Fri 2-5; Sun 12-6
See our website for volunteer opportunities.
bicycle, bike, bike shop, used bicycles, community, mechanic service, bike accessories, parts, components, classes, volunteer, volunteering, non-profit,
Environment, Poverty, Transportation, Education, Community Outreach
We accept all bicycle-related donations.
We are currently in the process of renovating a building to make it our permanent home - monetary donations are always welcome!
Anyone can volunteer with us, regardless of experience working on bikes.
|2/23/2015 12:10:57||Donoma Farm||Justin Nortonfirstname.lastname@example.org||none||carr||co||80612||Weld|
Donoma Farms is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles by improving local food options, raising agriculture education through season extension, and providing a local source of fresh picked, organically grown and nutritious vegetables during times when little local offering exist. Donoma Farms is devoted to sustainable agricultural practices from planning to production and throughout harvest and delivery to meet the demand for quality products while preserving our resources for generations to come.
Pasture Raised Chicken/Duck eggs, Chicken/duck/turkey meat, Pork, Grass fed beef NO SOY-No GMO-No hormones- No antibiotics
Farms/CSAs, Agriculture, Environment, Food, Community Outreach
Always in need for more CSA Members and Volunteers.
|3/2/2015 12:18:35||Unchained Books|
Wesley Alonzo/Zach Heath
|email@example.com||Email for Address||Fort Collins||CO||80521||Larimer|
Unchained Books is a small group in Fort Collins, CO committed to prisoner support. Our primary focus is collecting donated books and making them available free to people imprisoned in Colorado. Individual prisoners request books based on subject areas and we fill their requests as best as our inventory allows. We operate in solidarity with prisoners, working to ensure that people have the ability to pursue reading and communication in efforts to make meaning and purpose in life through self-determination, education, and expression. And we believe it is important to remind those in prison that others know of their existence.
In addition to the books-to-prisoners project, we also write letters to political prisoners and work on periodic individual prisoner support in the form of fundraising, outreach, and building community awareness about specific legal struggles.
Providing access to free literature to those imprisoned.
Connecting prisoners to pen pals upon request.
Providing a resource guide of other prisoner support groups/connecting prisoners to needs they ask for (Legal Support, publishing their art/writing, etc.)
Educating the community/individuals on the realities of the prison-industrial complex, and how corporations (US Military, Starbucks, McDonalds, Walmart, Whole Foods, and many many more) profit off of private prisoner-slave labor, paying them $0 - $5 a day for their forced labor.
Humanizing people who are in prison through getting to understand their stories and struggles. Questioning the legitimacy of prisons as a whole. Do they truly benefit the entire community or are they inflicting additional suffering onto the world that could otherwise be avoided?
People who are incarcerated.
Black and Pink Denver (LGBTQAI+ pen pal/prisoner support)
Books Through Bars (NYC)
Spring Grass Book Em (Pittsburgh)
Prison Book Program (Quincey, MA)
Meeting Times vary, sign up for our email list (firstname.lastname@example.org) or like us on facebook to get updates.
We have a host house where we have our library (Email for location) and seal the packages/send them off at the Bean Cycle.
In the past there has been talk of expanding to supporting political prisoners through letter writing and funds, as well as starting a pen pal program. We don't currently have the capacity to launch these as full projects, but if someone wants to host something like this, we'd love to collaborate.
|Political, Social Justice|
We are always looking for additional funding (people to organize fundraisers too), volunteer support, and book donations. Our wishlist is posted here -----> http://bit.ly/1wEAYu9
|3/2/2015 12:49:54||Free School Network||Wesley Alonzoemail@example.com||Anywhere!||Fort Collins|
All of Them
Free School is an opportunity for people of all identities to come together to share knowledge in a non-commercial, decentralized setting to strengthen community.
Promoting your Free Classes!
Shifting away from the commodification of everything.
Providing an online calendar that lists free happenings (and YOUR classes) in Fort Collins (http://bit.ly/1EGMgPw)
We used to print a paper calendar (Mostly organized by Hammertime! People) but are much less active these days. If you want to host anything email us/post on the facebooks.
Fort Collins citizens who want a way to learn, teach, or share things.
Hammertime! Projects (RIP)
Boulder Free School
Denver Free School
Whenever people want to host classes!
You can host at the library, in public parks, the bean cycle (Upstairs), Mugs (Basement), The mennonite Church, your house/space, and more!
Political, Gardening, Spirituality, Creative Arts, Food, Energy, Research, Social Justice, Education, Community Outreach
Teachers to host classes!
People to create a physical calendar to distribute if the project ever gets going strong again.
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