After Hours Crisis Hotline:
Alternatives to Violence sends a special thanks to Friends and Supporters.
Alternatives to Violence (ATV), a grassroots, community based, victim’s service agency that has
served Southern Larimer County for 30-years. ATV would like to recognize and send a special
thank you to the following funders; Colorado Association of REALTORS Housing Opportunity
Foundation (CARHOF), Colorado Lawyer Trust Account Foundation (COLTAF), Realities for
Children, Poudre Valley Hospital Foundation and US Bancorp, The City of Loveland Human
Service Commissioners, The Affordable Housing Commissioners, the Community Development
Block Grants Commissioners, United Way of Larimer County, The Loveland Police Department,
Victim Assistance & Law Enforcement Review Committee members, Colorado Coalition
Against the Homeless, the Domestic Violence Program~ at the Department of Human Services,
Office of Victim’s Programs, Emergency Food & Shelter Grant & Emergency Shelter Grant,
Loveland Salvation Army, The Hand to Hand Giving Circle, and Pastels on 5th Street volunteers,
business, sponsors, donors and the Loveland Museum and all the artists who shared their tme
and talents on behalf of ATV.
Thank you to the following generous Foundations; Schramm, Jorgensen, Gunnerson, Burt,
Allstate, Shoup Charitable Trust, Kroh Charitable Trust, the Anschutz Family Foundation, and
the Mary J.B. Work Fund/Northern Colorado Community Foundation. Thank you to all our
churches and individual donors who supported ATV and the Future Safehouse in 2011. Thank
you for believing in and supporting our agency and the substantial increase in clients needing
our services in 2011 and continuing into 2012. We look forward to our continued partnerships in
2012 and working together to help create a violence free community.
Sincerely, Lynda M. Nielsen
Executive Director on behalf of all the ATV individuals & families we serve.