Thank you for your ongoing support of the Lyons Community Foundation. The focused efforts of many Lyons citizens allows our good work to continue.
Three Years Later
Progress in Lyons
As we remember the three year anniversary of the flood, the town celebrates progress. LaVerne M. Johnson Park was formally reopened September 9th.
LCF's Rebuild LyonsFlood Fund has granted over $1.4 million since the devasting events in 2013. Grants focused on Rebuilding, Recovery and Resiliency efforts will continue to be awarded as funding remains. More Information: Rebuild Lyons Grant Application
Community Support Grants at Work
Thanks to the tremendous efforts of many volunteers, health care professionals, and local businesses, the 9Health Fair will take place next Saturday, September 24th. This annual event, supported in part by an LCF grant, offers free and low-cost medical screenings to all area residents. For more information about the fair visit Lyons 9Health Fair
The Lyons Community Foundation exists to improve the quality of life, build a culture of giving, and encourage positive change in the greater Lyons area. The work accomplished would not exist without the inspiration, dedication and hard work of area residents.
The Lyons Community Foundation is grateful for the contributions of all our volunteers. We welcome the most recent additions to our Advisory Board, Rebecca Louzan and Don Moore. About LCF
Hometown Hoedown-Thank you!
The Lyons Community Foundation would like to thank our volunteers, board members and sponsors: Cemex, Xilinx, Gateway Realty, Lyons Automotive, Smokin Dave's BBQ, River Bend, Sombrero Ranch, Redstone Review, Lyons Recorder, Spirit Hound, Lyons Dairy Bar, YMCA of the Rockies, and Oskar Blues as well as many other local supporters who made this fundraiser possible.
SAVE THE DATE: LCF's 8th Annual Gala will be on November 11th. Stay tuned for details