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Loveland 365 books make GREAT Christmas gifts

November 27th, 2011 by Maryjo Morgan

Lynda Nielsen, director of Alternatives to Violence, and Gwen Stephenson, executive director of Loveland Habitat for Humanity. Habitat and Alternatives to Violence are the nonprofits to benefit the most from the Loveland 365 project. Photo courtesy of LOVELAND CONNECTION

Loveland 365 Books are available through:
Alternatives to Violence
(call: 669-5150; closed Fridays)
Habitat for Humanity
(call: 970-669-9769)

John Giroux recently met with Lynda Neilsen of Alternatives to Violence and Gwen Stephenson of Habitat for Humanity to give them the remaining Loveland 365 books. Both organizations are selling the books to directly profit their nonprofits.


An article written by Rebecca Powell in the Loveland Connection, titled "Loveland 365 now can benefit nonprofits after last books delivered."

The book hand-off took pace at Henry's downtown during a "Wednesdays 4 ATV" event sponsored by the Leadership Loveland Class of 2012.

Alternatives to Violence + Habitat for Humanity!

October 18th, 2011 by Maryjo Morgan

Wednesday of this week,  Oct. 19th, Loveland 365 will be teaming up with Leadership Loveland at Henry's during the "Wednesdays 4 ATV" happy hour. Each Wednesday one of 7 restaurants (Applebee's, Henry's, Island Grill, Monroe's at Best Western, The Pourhouse, Sports Station or the Widow McCoy) hosts the group, whose class project is to raise awareness and funds for the Southern Larimer County Safehouse project. Grimm Brothers donates great giveaways every week, and in addition to donating 10% of all Grimm Brothers beer sales, each restaurant donates a portion of the sales on selected food items to Alternatives to Violence.

This week Henry's will be donating 10% of all Grimm Bros sales AND 10% of all dessert sales ALL DAY to Alternatives to Violence.

Copies of Loveland 365 will be available - check with our team members there. Proceeds will go to either Habitat for Humanity or Alternatives to Violence, which were in the #1 and #2 slots as the non-profits most chosen when people purchased their copies of Loveland 365.

That's right! You can still get a copy of Loveland 365!

Habitat for Humanity is partnering with Alternatives to Violence to build the Southern Larimer County Safehouse. Habitat is SO GOOD at building, it just seems "right" don't you think?

See you at Henry's on Wednesday, 10/19/11, 5:00 - 7:00 pm.