Get Involved: Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals


Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals (NCFF) is a trap, neuter, return (TNR) nonprofit that has benefited the livelihood of cats in Northern Colorado since March of 2009.

“We’ve been at this awhile and we’ve done 7200 cats,” said cofounder Leslie Vogt.

NCFF alters approximately 1100 cats every year. They schedule multiple days a year for volunteers to help trap, vaccinate, neuter, and care for the cats. After they are all healed and healthy, volunteers return the cats to their feral colonies.

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Get Involved: Off the Hook Arts

Off the Hook Arts is a nonprofit that has been enriching children’s musical passions in Northern Colorado for the past 4 years.

“Our mission is to provide free and low-cost music education for children in Northern Colorado,” Jephta Bernstein, the founder and executive artistic director, said. “I really like having the chance to interact with kids who might not get this kind of a level of music instruction because they don’t have the financial means to do it.”

Get Involved: Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a nonprofit devoted to the rehabilitation and release of injured and orphaned wildlife.


“Our mission is twofold; the first and most important piece is to rehabilitate injured, orphaned and sick wildlife,” said executive director Linda Tyler. “And then secondly we work really hard to educate the community about living humanely with wildlife, dealing with wildlife situations.”

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Greeley Water Conservation Communications Plan