United Way of Weld County Housing Navigation Center (HNC) and cold weather shelter (CWS), along with other area shelters and child care sites, are in need of supplies due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

“With the basic essentials such as toilet paper, paper towels, hand sanitizer, cleaning agents, surgical masks and other items not available or in short supply in grocery stores as well as online, donations from our community are being accepted to help the most vulnerable in Weld County,” said Melanie Woolman, director of community impact for United Way of Weld County. “People in northern Colorado are so generous and have always stepped up when Weld County residents needed it the most whether it be the Windsor tornado in 2008 or the floods in 2013. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the area’s shelters and child care centers when it comes to needing more supplies to help keep their buildings clean and their clients safe.”

If you are shopping and see any of these items, please consider purchasing one or two to donate. Your generosity is much needed and appreciated.

UWWC HNC and CWS are in need of:

  • hand sanitizer
  • sanitizing wipes
  • paper towels

Donations can be dropped off at the front of UWWC’s office, 814 9th St., downtown Greeley between 1-4 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning on March 24. Please call the UWWC front office staff ahead of time at (970) 353-4300 before you drop off items.

UWWC has a system in place for agencies to list their needs and for people to volunteer during the coronavirus outbreak and throughout the year. Go to www.unitedway-weld.org/volunteer or contact Nicole Quinn at nicole@united-weld.org for volunteer information or opportunities.

Needs for Weld County shelters include:

Catholic Charities Serving Weld County

Contact Steve McLaughlin at (970) 616-8606 or smclauglin@ccdenver.org or the main line at (970) 353-6433

  • Healthy volunteers and volunteers with food service experience
  • Those who love to cook or whom have worked in some form of food service; those who could prepare, if needed, 80 sack dinners/sandwiches for guests at the cold weather shelter
  • surgical masks
  • hand sanitizer
  • Monetary donations can be made electronically at ccdenver.org (indicate Weld County if desired) or by mailing a check to the Guadalupe  Community Center at 1442 North 11th, Greeley, CO 80631

 

A Woman’s Place

Call the information line at (970) 351-0476

Info@awpdv.org

  • laundry soap
  • baby wipes
  • disinfectant spray or wipes 
  • toilet paper
  • Kleenex

 

Greeley Family House

Call the main line at (970) 352-3215

  • Septic system toilet paper
  • HE laundry detergent – powder, fragrance free
  • 70 percent rubbing alcohol
  • hand sanitizer

 

Hope at Miracle House

Contact Deb DeMille at (720) 676-9697

programdirector0236@gmail.com

  • toilet paper
  • wipes
  • diapers for newborns
  • Enfamil for babies

 

In addition, child care centers in Weld County will need more health and safety supplies.

Needs for those child care sites include:

  • gloves
  • cleaning solution
  • toilet paper
  • paper towels
  • Kleenex

 

Family support – UWWC Promises for Children

  • wipes
  • diapers (larger sizes 4, 5 and 6)
  • baby formula

 

To donate to the Weld Recovers Fund: COVID-19 Relief go to click here

Send a checks to: United Way of Weld County, Attn: Weld Recovers Fund, 814 9th St. Greeley, CO 80631