Local & Global Partnerships

Foundations Church is committed to making a difference for Jesus Christ in our community and around the world. We have partnered with a number of different ministries that allow us to make an impact much larger than what we could do on our own. If you are interested in getting involved with one of the many organizations that we are currently partnering with, see the list below and contact the representative from Foundations Church who is involved with each organization.

Local Partnerships

Kids Hope USA

Foundations Church is a Kids Hope USA church with a program partnering with Winona Elementary School. We have 14 Foundations Church attendees who give one hour a week to meet with their own special child offering them scholastic help, confidence and hope in areas they might be struggling in. The need is great for more mentors, and we hope to try to recruit new people who would be willing to give one hour a week to a student.

Contact Information
Debbie Bergholz
Email
(970) 692-3355
www.kidshopeusa.org

Partners Mentoring Youth

The vision of Partners Mentoring Youth is to enrich lives and build community as leaders in youth mentoring. Our mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social, and academic lives.

Contact Information
Tami Roskamp
Email
(970) 980-5830
Website

Habitat for Humanity

Everyone needs a place to call home. 

With our help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

Contact Information
Michael Melancon
Email
(970) 980-7106
Website

Adopt A Family

Adopt-A-Family is an outreach ministry that partners with families, local businesses and the community to help families in need at Christmas time. Each year hundreds of families are touched in a personal way, either by adopting a family for Christmas or by being adopted. During the Christmas season, families, groups and individuals express their desire to adopt a family. They are matched with families that are struggling to provide Christmas for their families. Those adopting provide a holiday food basket (or grocery gift card) and gifts for the children.

Contact Information
Allie Pryharski
Email
(970) 663-7625

Free the Girls

Mission: We exist to help women rescued from sex trafficking reintegrate into their communities.

Vision: We see a world in which previously enslaved women are leading vibrant, successful, integrated lives.

Contact Information
Rhonda Cronan
Email
(970) 231-9761
Website

Birthline

Birthline of Loveland was founded in 1981 to serve the mothers, fathers, and families of those considering abortion or facing difficult decisions in their pregnancies. We have both men and women available to assist you.

Birthline is a non-profit Christian organization, supported fully by generous donations and staffed almost entirely by caring volunteers.

Contact Information
Jane Muhulenbruch-Yee
Email

Website

Project Self-Sufficiency

Strength Now. Change Forever.

At Project Self-Sufficiency, our goal is to help single parents realize their dreams for financial independence. Our focus is on creating an improved quality of life for parents and their children. Ultimately, it is about contributing to the workforce, positively impacting the economy and realizing that change begins one person at a time.

Contact Information
Heather Muheim
Email
(970) 217–2588
Website

Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County

Our mission is to prevent suicide in Larimer County by raising awareness, educating and training youth and adults about depression and suicide, and providing resources and support to those who have been impacted.

Our vision is that the communities of Larimer County will be caring and tolerant of those affected by depression, other mental illnesses, and suicide. People will be encouraged to recognize, intervene, and support those in need. Those suffering from mental illness and suicidal thoughts will seek treatment, resulting in a reduced suicide rate.

Contact Information
Kathi Maas
Email
(970) 498-5937
Website

Disciples Ministry – Feeding the Homeless in Loveland

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Contact Information
Roger Ruhlow
Email
(970) 619-0579
Website

Loveland Community Kitchen

Our Mission:  Food for those who are hungry, Conversation for those who are lonely, Rest for those who are struggling.

Loveland’s Community Kitchen offers a Continental Breakfast, Hot Meal and To-Go–Bag programs to meet our clients’ needs.  Through these programs, approximately 100 meals are provided every day to people in Loveland and our surrounding communities.

The Kitchen operates on a daily basis thanks to our dedicated core of volunteers and donors.  Our volunteers are passionate about The Kitchen.  Their caring spirit is the heartbeat of our organization.  Our donors recognize the need The Kitchen is fulfilling and are committed to making a difference.

Our doors are open to everyone and our clients include the homeless, working poor, and seniors who are living on a  fixed income.

Contact Information
Tom & Francesca Petrie
Email
Website

Matthew's House

Our mission is to empower youth and families by building trusting relationships and providing resources to disrupt the cycles of poverty and abuse.

The Matthews House is a 501(c)(3) organization that empowers young adults and families in transition to navigate difficulties on the road to self-sufficiency. Many of the individuals in our program are or have been part of the human services, foster care, and/or justice system. Many have also lived in generational poverty.

They frequently do not have a significant support system nor the skills necessary for living independently, including retaining a job, solving problems, managing money and building solid relationships; many will re-enter the justice or human service systems.

Contact Information
Allie Pryharski
Email
(970) 663-7625

Global Partnerships

Living Hope Mission

Living Hope Mission is an organization dedicated to working in partnership with local evangelical churches to lift up the cause of Christ through serving the Haitian people.

Contact Information
Ben Beard
Email
(970) 223-3770

Think Humanity

To help save lives and provide hope for refugees and underdeveloped communities in Africa by improving provisions for healthcare, clean water, education and socio-economic development.

Contact Information
Beth Heckel
Email
(970) 662-9335

TCM International Institute

TCM comes alongside Christians who are leading in their own countries and have a passion for reaching their people for Christ.  Through our institute we can develop a Christian leader for ministry for only 1% of the cost it would take to send a U.S. missionary to that same country.  Since these individuals already know the cultures and languages, they are able to have successful ministries and are equipped for a lifetime of service.

Contact Information
Mark Miller
Email
(970) 222-8570

Dress a Girl Around the World

Dress a Girl Around the World is a Campaign under Hope 4 Women International (a 501 (c) 3 organization) bringing dignity to women around the world since 2006.  Hope 4 Women International is a nondenominational independent Christian organization. 

We dream of a world in which every girl has at least one new dress.  We want girls to know that they are worthy and respect, and that they are loved by God.

Contact Information
Stacy Jones
Email
(970) 219-5290

Compassion International

Compassion International is a Christian humanitarian aid child sponsorship organization dedicated to the long-term development of children living in poverty around the world.

Contact Information
Gayle Ruiter
Email
(970) 218-7280

Operation Christmas Child

Blesses children with joy, hope, and love.

Their shoebox is the first gift many children have ever received! The treasures and personal letters inside communicate that someone cares for them and give them an opportunity to experience the love of God.

Contact Information
Randy & Lisa Owens
Email
(970) 460-0478