Bohemian Foundation In The News


The man who keeps Fort Collins' painted pianos in perfect tune is retiring

Fort Collins Coloradoan | May 31, 2019

There's a secret message left in the painted piano outside Fort Collins' Old Town Library. You can find it just under the lip of the upright piano's top panel, which Bob Ottermann delicately unscrewed and removed Thursday morning, revealing a network of steel strings, wooden hammers, piano innards and the message.
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Teaching Tree Lands Bohemian Grant

BizWest | April 19, 2019

Bohemian Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant to Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center to support the expansion of its child-care center in Fort Collins. The gift advances a campaign that will allow Teaching Tree to more than double its licensed capacity, from 101 to 215 children, and more than double its space, from six to 12 classrooms.
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Project Homeless Connect returning April 12

Fort Collins Coloradoan | April 1, 2019

Those experiencing or at risk of homelessness can get extra help from dozens of Fort Collins organizations and businesses during Project Homeless Connect on April 12. The "one-day, one-stop" event, scheduled from 8 a.m. to noon at Northside Aztlan Community Center, 112 Willow St., will feature a range of free services, with each participant paired with a volunteer who will help them navigate Project Homeless Connect.
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Women of Distinction: Cheryl Zimlich, executive director, Bohemian Foundation

Biz West | March 28, 2019

A typical day for Cheryl Zimlich, the Fort Collins-based Bohemian Foundation’s executive director, is filled with meetings. The result of each one of those meetings has the potential to make a great impact on Northern Colorado.
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Supporting NoCo music to the tune of $250,000

North Forty News | March 3, 2019

Music has the power to strengthen community; and so, too, do the nonprofits of Northern Colorado. Bohemian Foundation’s Music Programs aims to support both through Muse, a grant program that has awarded more than $235,000 to nonprofits since launching in 2017. Muse grant recipients each have popular contemporary music at the core of their organization or program.
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