COVID-19 Response: Great Western Remains Committed to Communities Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
January 2021 – Denver, CO
At Great Western, we believe in taking care of the people in the communities in which we operate. While 2020 brought many challenges, our commitment to employees and communities remained steady. We have made it a priority to live out our values, even when times are tough: Stewardship, Teamwork, Excellence, People, Growth and Resilience.
As a global pandemic has upheaved much of our economy and some of our day-to-day operations, we knew that our communities needed support. In addition to the more than 50 Colorado nonprofits that we work with annually, in 2020, we dedicated resources, volunteer time and funding to struggling organizations and nonprofits as part of our COVID-19 relief program. Read more about how the following organizations put donations to use to support families and kids.
- Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity
- Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists (CABPES)
- Windsor Charter Academy
- Energy Outreach Colorado
Great Western also supported the northern Colorado fire relief to help combat the wildfires in Colorado.
Together, we have helped build homes for our neighbors, uplifted students with tutoring resources and renovations, aided fire relief efforts, supported suicide prevention awareness – and that’s only a snapshot of how our team has supported our communities this year. We look forward to the future where our employees can get back in the community and continue supporting nonprofits and organizations in-person.