Friday, February 29, 2008

TechSoup Receives Grant to Provide Low-Cost Refurbished Computers to Community

SAN FRANCISCO — Nonprofit technology assistance provider TechSoup announced it received a $500,000 grant from The California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) to distribute 9,500 Refurbished Computer Initiative (RCI) computers to nonprofits and low-income families by October 2009.

TechSoup's RCI works to meet the growing demand for affordable, quality computer systems nonprofit organizations and their low-income clients need. RCI provides an essential component of a technology ecosystem that includes: power; hardware; connectivity; software; training/support; and affordable cost. The grant will enable TechSoup to take RCI from successful pilot program to sustainability, and is a crucial step for California and the nation toward digital inclusion for the underserved.

Contributions from corporate partners that donate their used equipment form the cornerstone of the program. Once these computer systems are upgraded, they are made available to end-users at the lowest possible price point – currently under $300. The RCI model enables companies to invest in their communities by providing essential tools for learning, while simultaneously engaging in "Green Philanthropy" by diverting their computer equipment from landfills.

The RCI program is geared to the business needs of large corporations by providing data security, fulfilling environmental regulation requirements, and transferring liability. The program accepts all IT and office equipment, working or not. Materials that are not suitable for reuse are recycled following "no export" and "no solid-waste landfill" policies, thereby protecting the environment while delivering a social benefit.

The California Emerging Technology Fund is a nonprofit private foundation established pursuant to requirements from the California Public Utilities Commission in approving the mergers of SBC-AT&T and Verizon-MCI. Its mission is to provide leadership statewide to minimize the Digital Divide by accelerating the deployment and adoption of broadband and other advanced communication services to underserved communities in a way that advances actions to make California a global leader in the availability and use of broadband technology.

Founded in 1987 as CompuMentor, TechSoup is one of the most comprehensive technology assistance providers in the world, employing a staff of 150 and deploying a budget of over $18 million in FY 2008. It conducts a range of major programs on the international, national and the local level, including the operation of its nonprofit technology Website and its distribution service for technology product donations.

This grant will make it possible for TechSoup to make more equipment available to more people, while benefiting the environment and creating a more sustainable program. This is an invaluable program for larger companies and a smart way to protect the environment while helping people in their communities.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Nevada Plans First Wish-Granting Ball

LAS VEGAS — The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Nevada is joining with the Epicurean Charitable Foundation and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to present Las Vegas’ first Wish-Granting Ball, to be held on the evening of Saturday, May 17 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

The black-tie affair raises funds and awareness for the organization, which grants magical wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses in our community. The evening will celebrate the granting of the 1,000th wish in the Las Vegas Valley.

The Epicurean Charitable Foundation is tapping top chefs to prepare a multi-course dinner for the community leaders, celebrities and supporters expected to attend the gala.

First Lady of Nevada Dawn Gibbons is the honorary dinner chairwoman. Rino Armeni, founder of the Epicurean Charitable Foundation, is the dinner chairman.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Born in 1980 when a group of caring volunteers helped a young boy fulfill his dream of becoming a police officer, the Foundation is now the largest wish-granting charity in the world, with 67 chapters in the United States and its territories. With the help of generous donors and more than 25,000 volunteers, the Make-A-Wish Foundation grants a wish every 41 minutes and has granted more than 153,000 wishes in the U.S. since inception.

The Southern Nevada chapter was established in 1996 and has granted more than 800 wishes for local children.

The Southern Nevada chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation serves one of the fastest-growing areas of the country in the southern portion of the state, which includes Clark, Nye, Lincoln and Esmeralda counties. In 2007, 132 wishes were granted, and more than 800 since the organization's inception.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Furniture Row Donates 45 Rooms of Furniture to New Ronald McDonald House

DENVER — The Furniture Row Companies has donated over 45 rooms full of furniture and mattresses for a new Ronald McDonald House in Aurora (Colo.).

The new Ronald McDonald House will provide temporary lodging for families of seriously ill or injured children. Located in a brand new facility one mile from The Children's Hospital, Fitzsimons Medical Campus and close to the Medical Centers of Aurora, the new House will be in excess of 67,000 square feet, almost doubling the capacity from the first Ronald McDonald House in Denver.

"I know that Furniture Row has turned our dream into a reality and made this 'house' a remarkable home ... everything is warm, cozy, inviting, relaxing and will make our families feel so special,” said Pam Whitaker, executive director for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, Inc.

The Furniture Row Companies are family-owned furniture retailers and manufacturers headquartered in Denver. With over 3,000 employees, Sofa Mart, Oak Express, Bedroom Expressions and Denver Mattress Company, which all operate under the Furniture Row brand, are among America's largest and fastest-growing furniture companies with over 330 stores in 30 states.

Ronald McDonald House has provided an invaluable service to the community for many years, bringing some relief to families of seriously ill children. But even a Ronald McDonald House isn't a home without furniture. Furniture Row's donation is the finishing touch.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Companies Co-Sponsor IABC/Las Vegas 27th Annual Bronze Quill Awards

LAS VEGAS— Several high profile businesses and organizations in Nevada have joined together to co-sponsor the state’s longest running business communication awards program, the IABC/Las Vegas 27th Annual Bronze Quill Awards. The co-sponsors include the Division of Educational Outreach at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Southwest Gas; Boyd Gaming; Graphics West; MGM Mirage, Nevada Contractor; BLVDS Las Vegas; and Business Wire.

The Bronze Quill Awards is hosted by the International Association of Business Communicators/Las Vegas (IABC/Las Vegas) at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Four Seasons Hotel, located at 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South. Tickets are $65 per person or $490 for a table of eight.

The event features networking and a raffle from 11:30 a.m. to noon, with lunch and the awards presentation following at noon. To reserve tickets, visit IABC/Las Vegas.

The Bronze Quill Awards, which recognizes business communication excellence, is the longest running communication program of its kind in Nevada and the only one to welcome entries from all business communication disciplines, including public relations, advertising, graphic design, and marketing. In all, more than 30 organizations will receive awards at this year’s event, including awards of merit, awards of excellence, and Bronze Quills.

IABC/Las Vegas is a premier network of professionals engaged in strategic business communication management. Founded in 1978, it is affiliated with the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), an international network comprised of more than 14,000 business communication professionals in 70 countries.

IABC/Las Vegas has a long history in Nevada and is the International Association of Business Communicators sole chapter in the state. Proceeds from the event benefit programs designed to promote excellence in the communication industry and fund the chapter's student scholarship program, which supports students studying communication at Nevada colleges and universities.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Volvo Unveils Sixth Annual Hometown Hero Award Winners

IRVINE, Calif. — Volvo announced the top three winning heroes in the 6th Annual Volvo for life Awards: Marilyn Adams from Iowa for Safety, Oregon's Lorraine Kerwood for environmental care and Minnesota's Matthew Sanford for the Quality of Life category. Each of these heroic individuals displayed courage, innovation and unyielding commitment to their causes and they have touched the lives of thousands of people throughout the United States.

After a tragic farm accident involving her son, Adams founded Farm Safety 4 Just Kids and set out on a mission to promote safe farm environments across the country. Sanford, paralyzed from the chest down, is a nationally recognized yoga teacher, author and founder of Mind Body Solutions, a nonprofit organization dedicated to revolutionizing the rehabilitation process. Kerwood created an electronics recycling and distribution center, NextStep Recycling, which brings refurbished computers to disadvantaged communities and benefits the environment by reducing electronic waste. Now, they will be honored with the country's most prestigious hero awards.

Adams, Kerwood and Sanford each will receive a $100,000 contribution from Volvo to the charity of their choice and will be recognized at the Volvo for life Awards Ceremony at New York City's Cipriani's 42nd Street on March 19. During the ceremony one overall Grand Award winner will be named "America's Greatest Hometown Hero" and will be presented with a new Volvo every three years for the rest of his or her life.

"In our sixth year of the Volvo for life Awards, we once again are in awe of the accomplishments of every one of the heroes that were nominated by the American public. The top 40 semifinalists, the 12 finalists and of course these three amazing people—Marilyn, Lorraine and Matthew—have taken it upon themselves to change and improve our communities," said Anne BĂ©lec, president and chief executive officer for Volvo Cars of North America. "Speaking on behalf of everyone at Volvo, I want to commend and thank all of them. It is our honor to pay tribute to the great and lasting work they are doing."

The Volvo for life Awards, launched in 2002, is the largest-ever national search for and celebration of everyday heroes in the categories of Safety, Quality of Life and Environment. Volvo Cars of North America provides $1 million in awards and contributions in honor of heroes. Since the inception of the program, Volvo has contributed more than $5 million to help hometown heroes continue their extraordinary work in their communities.

Volvo has contributed almost $5 million in funding and awards since 2002 to help everyday heroes with their outstanding work in communities across the United States. Congratulations to all of the finalists.

Monday, February 18, 2008

WNCN Media Sponsor of Spare Some for Autism

RALEIGH, N. C. —Spare Some for Autism, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with autism, announced that WNCN (NBC17) has agreed to be the media sponsor for the upcoming Spare Some for Autism Celebrity/CEO Kids Bowling Challenge. The event is scheduled for 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, March 2 at AMF Pleasant Valley. Local celebrity participants include members of the Carolina Hurricanes and CEOs from around the area. Proceeds benefit the Wake County Public School System’s special-needs area in the form of a grant to further work with autistic students.

Also participating will be Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines, who has worked with CBS, TNT and ESPN as a regular announcer for swimming and other events, and called his fourth Olympic telecast for NBC at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.

“Rowdy’s support and involvement to this event and its cause will generate lots of excitement,” said Beth Jarvis, executive director of Spare Some for Autism. “The positive role model that he is to young people across the country makes him a perfect addition to the Spare Some for Autism Bowling Challenge.”

Spare Some for Autism seeks to improve the quality of life for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The organization is dedicated to funding programs that directly impact the individuals that suffer from ASD and allow them to achieve their highest level of independence within their home, school, and community, all while gaining respect and support for themselves.

WNCN (NBC17) is the NBC affiliate in the Triangle region of North Carolina.

There is no cure for autism. A new case is diagnosed in the U. S. every 20 minutes. The impact on families and the economic impact (which is expected to double in the next decade) is dramatic. This event is a way for people in the Triangle community to get involved, learn more and show their support.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Lennox Studios Joins Fight Against AIDS

JACKSON, Mich. — Lennox Studios, a leader in body painting and fine-art photography, is joining the national effort against AIDS. Partnering with the AIDS Research Alliance of America (ARA), Lennox Studios is offering prints of “Human Heart” to the general public. The original print, which was designed specifically for this project, will be auctioned off this spring at the annual ArtSeen Auction in Beverly Hills.

“We are very excited about this project,” said Kimberly Lennox, photographer and owner of Lennox Studios. “As an artist, I am not of much use behind a microscope, but with our camera and brushes we have found a way to make a difference.”

AIDS Research Alliance of America (ARA) is a community-based nonprofit medical organization fighting HIV/AIDS on multiple fronts. ARA works to find and accelerate the development of betters therapies to treat HIV. The organization remains committed to the possibility that HIV may ultimately be cured. Founded in 1989 by a group of Los Angeles-area physicians, ARA has grown into a national research organization collaborating with scientists, universities and researchers worldwide. ARA's work is driven by its continued belief that a cure for HIV is attainable.

This partnership combines art with awareness of an important cause. Prints are available for sale to the public to benefit ARA, with the original print being offered at an auction in a few months.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Nike Unveils Community Store Plans; Donates Basketball Courts to New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS — To celebrate NBA All-Star Weekend and Nike's long term commitment to rebuilding New Orleans through sport, Nike will unveil plans for a new community store and host a court dedication and community celebration at New Orleans Park and Recreation's (NORD) St. Bernard Center on Thursday, Feb. 14.

Nike's Community Store is scheduled to open in April 2008 on Carrolton Avenue. In addition to providing local jobs and management training programs, the store will host an annual grant program to support community-based programs targeting sport opportunities for women and youth.

Mayor C. Ray Nagin, NBA All-Star LeBron James, and WNBA legend Lisa Leslie will be on hand to dedicate one of five basketball courts refurbished in New Orleans by Nike since September 2007. In addition, The LeBron James Family Foundation, with LeBron James, will unveil a renovated playground at the community center. After the dedication ceremony, there will be an exhibition basketball game and a host of other activities for local area youth.

"Our goal is to help bring sport back to New Orleans and help the youth of the city get active and play sports," said Sandy Pressley, GM of Nike's GBU South. "As part of our long-term commitment to the city, we are proud to be announcing our community store. Our hope is to help bring employment, activity and commerce back to the community and to help encourage retail investment in the area.”

Since 2005, Nike has donated over $7 million in product and cash to New Orleans. Last year, Nike launched the Let Me Play New Orleans program, donating $2 million in product, equipment and play surfaces as part of its rebuilding through sport effort.

Nike's five donated courts are located at four NORD locations: Sam Bonart, Taylor Park, Stallings-Gentilly Park, and the St. Bernard Center. Made of recycled shoes, the courts were built as part of Nike’s Reuse-a-Shoe recycling program, which collects worn-out sneakers and recycles them into new play surfaces. Shoes for these courts were collected at Nike retail locations nationwide by community members eager to assist in the rebuilding efforts in New Orleans.

Let Me Play, Nike's new signature community effort, will expand the company's commitment to sports and physical fitness for youth through the recognition that by playing sports, young people can make themselves, their communities and their world better. In additional to building surfaces for play, Let Me Play provides grants and product donations to support young people in their quest for sport; and it brings volunteers, organizations and decision-makers together to improve opportunities that help youth grow up healthy and active.

NIKE, Inc. is the world's leading designer, marketer and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities. Wholly owned Nike subsidiaries include Converse Inc., which designs, markets and distributes athletic footwear, apparel and accessories; Cole Haan Holdings Incorporated, which designs, markets and distributes luxury shoes, handbags, accessories and coats; NIKE Bauer Hockey Corp., a leading designer and distributor of hockey equipment; and Hurley International LLC, which designs, markets and distributes action sports and youth lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories.

This program provides support for New Orleans' neighborhood playgrounds, an integral place for kids to play and exercise. It's also nice to see Nike team up with role models like Lebron James and Lisa Leslie, who are inspirational to youth.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Bali Donates $100,000 to Breast Cancer Research Foundation

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. — To celebrate the launch of its new Bali Concealers bras, Bali is making a $100,000 donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).

BCRF works to prevent breast cancer by funding the most innovative clinical and genetic research worldwide. At least 85 cents of every dollar donated goes directly toward breast cancer research and awareness programs. Since 1993, BCRF has raised more than $200 million for research relating to the causes, treatment and possible prevention of breast cancer.

It is estimated by the American Cancer Society that in 2007 about 178,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women in the United States. At this time there are about 2.5 million breast cancer survivors in the United States.

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is an independent 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to achieve prevention and a cure for breast cancer by providing critical funding for innovative clinical and genetic research at leading medical centers worldwide, and increasing public awareness about good breast health.

Bali is the no. 1 department store intimate apparel brand. Bali bras, shapewear and daywear are sold at department stores nationwide. Bali is part of Hanesbrands Inc.
Hanesbrands Inc. is a leading marketer of innerwear, outerwear and hosiery apparel under strong consumer brands, including Hanes, Champion®, Playtex, Bali, Just My Size, barely there and Wonderbra. The company designs, manufactures, sources and sells T-shirts, bras, panties, men’s underwear, children’s underwear, socks, hosiery, casual wear and active wear. Hanesbrands has approximately 50,000 employees in 24 countries.

Bali has consistently demonstrated support for causes that are important to women, with breast cancer awareness and research among the most critical. In 2007, approximately 40,460 women will die from breast cancer in the U.S. It is the second leading cause of cancer death in women, second only to lung cancer.

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

CVS Samaritan Van Program Celebrates 30 Years of Helping Motorists on the Nation's Highways

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — If you have ever been stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire, a dead battery, or other vehicular emergency, you are probably familiar with the feeling of relief that comes when help arrives. For the last 30 years, the CVS Samaritan Van program has provided that help and relief to more than a million drivers in need of roadside assistance.

CVS/pharmacy, the retail division of CVS Caremark, launched its CVS Samaritan Van program in Rhode Island 30 years ago on Feb. 6, 1978, the same day that the "Blizzard of '78" struck the Northeast. The single vehicle and its driver immediately began to provide assistance to motorists who became stranded by the sudden storm.

Thirty years later, a fleet of CVS Samaritan Vans, patrolling highways around nine major U.S. cities, have traveled more than 10 million "help miles" and assisted more than a million people. The distinctive white vans with the red CVS/Samaritan logo have become a familiar site to commuters in Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Providence, and Washington, D.C.

"By working in cooperation with local transportation departments, metro traffic centers, law enforcement and other emergency responders, our highly trained CVS Samaritan Van drivers provide welcome roadside assistance and support," said Eileen Howard Dunn, senior vice president of corporate communications and community relations at CVS Caremark. "By helping to keep people safe on our nation's highways, the CVS Samaritan Van program is part of our company's vision to strive to improve the quality of human life."

CVS Samaritan Van drivers, who are ASE-certified in motor vehicle repair and are also licensed EMTs, are capable of making numerous on-site repairs, administering medical help, or using their communications equipment to summon police, rescue vehicles or tow trucks. All repairs, supplies and aid they provide are free of charge.

The CVS Samaritan Van program is operated on behalf of CVS/pharmacy by Samaritania, Inc., located in Franklin, Mass.

CVS/pharmacy , the retail division of CVS Caremark Corporation, is America's largest retail pharmacy with more than 6,200 retail locations. CVS/pharmacy is committed to improving the lives of those it serves by making innovative and high-quality health and pharmacy services safe, affordable and easy to access, both in its stores and online.

This service provides free roadside assistance in 9 major markets and has helped thousands of people. The service operates on some of the busiest commuter routes in these markets, places where it is often dangerous to break down due to heavy traffic condition. Kudos to CVS on serving the community with this invaluable program.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Telligent Donates Expertise to Build Web Site For Spina Bifida Association of North Texas

DALLAS — Telligent, a Dallas-based company with a history of helping organizations apply the value of online communities to their business, participated in the inaugural “We Are Microsoft Charity Challenge” this past weekend, an event pairing teams of developers with non-profit organizations to develop software solutions for those charities at no cost.

The Spina Bifida Association of North Texas (SBANT) elected Community Server and Graffiti CMS as the platform to rebuild its existing site. SBANT needed a content management system that facilitated easy communication with the community while enabling the community members to relate to and share experiences with one another.
The Telligent team built three sites (an English site, a Spanish site, and an online community site). Over 20 percent of the Telligent Dallas staff participated in the challenge, working around the clock and completing a month’s worth of work in just two days.

“This was a huge initiative for us. The new Spina Bifida site not only enables us to communicate with our constituents online, but our ability to now support our large Spanish-speaking community is a huge win for us. During the scope of the project, the Telligent team was very approachable, very willing to do whatever it took to get the job done, and was a pleasure to work with. I was very impressed with the team and would use them again in a heartbeat,” said Jason Duncan, Web master and board member of SBANT.

Telligent helps organizations of any size—small, medium, or enterprise—apply the value of social media communities to their business. With over 30,000 customers served, including Associated Press, Dell, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, MySpace.com, and the NFL, Telligent uses easy-to-use software and creative services to help clients retain and share more of the valuable knowledge they and their customers create.

The Spina Bifida Association of North Texas offers education, social support and a myriad of activities year-round for children, adults and families affected by spina bifida.

This is a wonderful example of a company using its talents and expertise to benefit a local non-profit organization. The SBANT benefits not only from a more advanced Web site, but also the ability to use social media to keep people in the community connected. Kudos on a job well done!

Monday, February 04, 2008

Canine Wines Announces Inaugural Donations to Animal Rescue Partners Over $1,300 in Direct Funds and $7,500 of Product Donated

DANVILLE, Calif. — Canine Wines, a boutique winery producing premium California wines and sharing the proceeds with animal rescue organizations, announced it has donated over $1,300 in direct funds and $7,500 in wine since the launch of the brand in October 2007.

The $5 per bottle of wine sold is targeted for donation to Canine Wines animal rescue partners. In this round of donations, 8 partners received donations ranging from $50 to $500.

In addition, Canine Wines supports the fundraising events of its partner rescues by donating and pouring wine. In support of these events, over $7,500 worth of wine has been donated.

"We feel that the support of Canine Wines for fundraising events, not in just donating wine, but by being a part of the event by showing up and pouring our wine, improves the event and will help bring back the supports year after year," said Matt Raymond, co-founder and co-owner of Canine Wines. "We believe this is a major way that we can contribute to our partners and truly help the animal rescue cause."

Canine Wines donated and poured wine at the following events in 2007:

• Growl, Meow, and Wine in support of East Bay SPCA
• Art for Animals benefiting the Humane Society of the United States
• Art and Wine Auction benefiting NorCal Golden Retriever Rescue
• Wags to Riches fundraiser for the Mile Foundation Rescue
• Wine tasting and raffle to benefit the Humane Society of Stanislaus County

Canine Wines is a boutique winery, producing premium, handcrafted California wines. Canine Wines contributes $5 of each and every bottle sold and 10 percent of overall profits to animal rescue. The winery’s production facility is housed in San Francisco, with quality grapes sourced from vineyards throughout California. Canine Wines are available direct at www.K9Wines.com, and at select premium wine shop locations.

Even though Canine Wines brand was launched in the fall of 2007, it has already generated a tremendous amount of goodwill and financial support for a number of animal rescue organizations. We like that the giving program involves a mix of cash donations and in-kind donations.

Friday, February 01, 2008

Coors Brewing Company to Donate 100,000 Pounds of Spent Grain to Aid Deer Feeding Operation

GOLDEN, Colo. — Coors Brewing Company announced it plans to donate more than 100,000 pounds of spent grain to the Colorado Division of Wildlife in an effort to help feed hundreds of deer that have had a difficult time finding natural forage due to the recent snows in the Gunnison Valley.

The spent grain, which is a byproduct of the brewing process, is part of a larger grouping of food that will be formulated into large wafers that are easily digestible for deer. The Division of Wildlife will be dropping the wafers for the snow-bound animals within the next few days with a second load of food being dumped next week.

More than 45 inches of deep snow and extreme cold has left more than 20,000 deer in a precarious situation in the Gunnison Valley and biologists at Division of Wildlife believe that if the deer do not continue to receive feed the extreme winter conditions may lead to excessive winter population losses, which could also have a negative impact on local tourism.

"The recent snows have really put the wildlife in danger," said Colleen Reiter, vice president and plant manager for Coors. "Given our commitment to the environment we feel it's our responsibility to help out. Hopefully, our donation, along with many others, will go a long way to solving the problem."

Coors annually sells about 600 million pounds of spent grain to feed Front Range cattle. Given the urgent nature of this current situation, Coors provided the Division of Wildlife with the spent grain at no cost.

"We very much appreciate this significant contribution by Coors," said Tom Remington, director of the Division of Wildlife. “Coors has stepped up before to help us with our feeding efforts, and this donation will reduce the cost of feed and stretch our resources significantly."

Coors Brewing Company is the third largest brewer in the U.S. The company's U.S. brands include Coors Light, Molson Canadian, Coors, George Killian's Irish Red, Keystone, Blue Moon, Coors NA and Zima.

Although Coors normally sells its spent grain, the company is helping to fill a critical conservation need in its Colorado community to help ensure deer have access to food during harsh weather conditions. It's a fine example of a public/private partnership that benefits wildlife and Colorado's tourism economy.

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