Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grant Making Foundations

Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers Association Benevolence Fund

In August of 2019, the Board of FPPOA voted to establish a Benevolence Fund. This memorial fund is our way to honor Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers and to offer assistance to their families who suffer a loss of their loved one. The FPPOA Benevolence Fund was organized with the sole purpose of helping the families of sworn officers of U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services by providing financial relief in the event of a officer’s death.

Beyond the Heartache

The Delaware Dreams foundation has had many heartwarming stories over the years but this is one that occurred in 1989 and initiated an annual tradition that continues today. Cancer can often be an isolating factor for both the patient and their families.

How Special Olympics Has Changed One Athlete’s Life

Special Olympics athlete, Timothy, who participates in aquatics, athletics, bowling and powerlifting, is a 17 year old with Autism. He started participating in aquatics for Special Olympics Louisiana when he was eight years old. He participated in track and field in elementary school, but after being bullied for being “different” his parents chose to place him in home school with one other special needs student. Here he spends his time with his best friend, Griffin.

United, We Strengthen Our Community

United Way of Larimer County tackles issues that matter most to our community and uses a collaborative approach to accomplish more together. We provide opportunities for businesses, individuals and organizations to be involved in strengthening Larimer County. United Way of Larimer County leads philanthropy in our community, ensuring that gifts of time, talent, and treasure address today's greatest needs - and reduce tomorrow's. We believe investing in youth is not only the right thing to do, but it is also the best way to ensure a strong economy and community.

Trip Home to Remember a Brother

August 1, 2021

Today our thoughts are with Ticket Home recipient, Tabitha Aguero, as she is currently on leave in North Carolina to attend a celebration of life event for her brother, Cameron, who passed away in a car accident one year ago today.

From Cameron's obituary, "Cameron was that one person to make everyone smile and laugh in any situation and was always so good at lighting up any room just with his presence. Everyone loved his smile and playful goofy personality."