Inspiring generosity 90 days at a time

Northern Colorado Shares

~ We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. ~

Sir Winston Churchill


Dates: Every Tuesday evening and Saturday morning 
Shifts: Tuesdays 6-7pm, Saturdays 8-9am 
Location: Community Garden at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 7755 Greenstone Trail, Fort Collins, CO 80525


NoCo Shares is looking for volunteers to give an hour or two of time this summer in the Community Garden at Redeemer, which benefits the Food Bank of Larimer County. This is a great family volunteering opportunity and all ages are welcome to come and have fun while lending a helping hand! NoCo Shares will be harvesting and doing some light weeding over the summer months and into early fall. Come one time or come every week! 

Pick a date and sign-up!




~ Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
Nothing is going to get better. It's not. ~

Dr. Seuss, The Lorax

Up-coming 90-day Projects

Each calendar quarter, NOCOShares manages a new project for the northern Colorado community. On the following pages, see what's coming up and how you can get involved.

Odell Appreciation Nite
(Q1 - 2015)

January 6th, 2015 was our 3rd annual volunteer and partner appreciation night at Odell Brewing Company in Ft. Collins. The Food Bank of Larimer County presented the Community Garden Committee with a stainless steel pitchfork and a certificate for over 6500 pounds donated. New 1st Quarter project launched - FMSC - Slammin Famine Meal Packing Event February 27th & 28th at The Ranch,

Community Garden
(Q2 & Q3 - 2015) 

Summer Harvest is Here!



The Gift of a
Green Christmas Tree
 (Q4 - 2014)


The Christmas tree is an endearing tradition that brightens the hearts of adults and children alike. This year marked our 11th year of The Gift of a Green Christmas Tree project. On December 6th, 2014 over 250 volunteers spent a few hours of their day helping deliver 361 Christmas trees along with all the trimmings to northern Colorado families in need.

Through our partnership with The Colorado State Forest Service, we harvested over 350 fresh cut trees for our project, while at the same time helping with a forest management project of thinning out trees in an old burn scar area of Pingree Park...a win win!