Arvada Heals

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Arvada Shooting

Community Healing

Community First Foundation stands in solidarity with the Arvada Resiliency Task Force and our extended Arvada community. We are in mourning and are grateful for your support as we begin the healing journey together.

The Arvada Police Department has requested donations in honor of Officer Beesley be made to the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation (CFHF). CFHF assists, supports, and provides resources for a host agency in their effort to serve the deceased officer’s family based on their needs and wishes.

The family of John Hurley is fundraising through a GoFundMe page.

You can support Arvada community mental health provided by Jefferson Center (ColoradoGives.org).

Jefferson Center for Mental Health is offering crisis counseling now at several locations. Your donation supports their efforts.

Resources if you need to speak to a therapist right now:

  • JCMH Walk-In Crisis Center 4643 Wadsworth Blvd. in Wheat Ridge
  • Colorado Crisis Services 1-844-493-TALK (8255), Text TALK to 38255

For additional resources, visit https://www.arvadachamber.org/arvadastrong-resources/

“Our offices are just a few blocks from where the tragedy occurred. Arvada and Jefferson County is our home and the community we serve. We are grieving and want to honor the lives of Officer Beesley and John Hurley.” – Kelly Dunkin, President & CEO

 

The Helping Each Other Thrive grant opportunity opens August 31 aims to help identify partners, engage donors, increase community engagement in neighborhoods and inform local needs and the Foundation’s future work. Applications due 5p.m. Sept. 30, 2021.
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