First, what is a Board of Directors? The Board of Directors is the governing body of a non-profit organization. The responsibilities of the Board include determining policies, approving major goals and objectives recommended by management, approving an annual budget, reviewing financial information, and hiring and evaluating the Executive Director. There are many reasons to join a Board of Directors! Below are…Read More 10 Great Reasons to Join a Board of Directors!
This year’s Signature Piece is a painting that embodies our “Become Inspired” theme by recognizing “Our Beautiful World” around us! Artist, Nancy Gonzales, is described as a very creative and independent spirit, having created her own artwork for many years. Nancy has shown her love for creating vibrant art during her first few months of…Read More Become Inspired: H’Art of Envision Art Show Signature Piece
Immerse yourself in this unique and expressive collection created by the talented artists supported through Envision’s Art Program. H’Art of Envision Art Show and Opening Reception Friday, October 6, 2017 5:00 to 8:00 PM Joe Molina Gallery and Studio 930 8th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80631 Flyer | RSVPRead More Free Public Art Show – Greeley’s First Friday in October
Northern Colorado Breastfeeding Coalition awarded Envision as a Breastfeeding-Friendly Worksite! Mike Schwan from Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment presented the award to Envision’s Management Team. Visit WeldGov.com | Careers at EnvisionRead More Envision accepts award as a Weld County Breastfeeding-Friendly Worksite
Envision has collaborated with City of Greeley about the development of Aven’s Village, a universally accessible playground where kids of all abilities can play together. Envision artists’ work are sand blasted on three benches at the part. Join us in celebrating their work! More InformationRead More Envision artists are honored during “Art Benches” Formal Dedication
On May 11, 2017, Envision’s Board of Directors announced to Envision staff their selection of Celeste Ewert as the organization’s new Executive Director. Celeste stated in her acceptance, “I would like to thank the Board of Directors of Envision; I am humbled to be offered the opportunity to lead and work with the amazing group…Read More Introducing Celeste Ewert as Envision’s New Executive Director
Lit’l Bit hosted a Chili Cook-off, Bar Olympics and a Blackhawk Casino Trip all as generous fundraisers for Envision!!! We are incredibly grateful to have Lit’l Bit’s support! Please check their website or Facebook page out for some more food, fun, and exciting events! Check them out on Facebook | Website | PressRead More HUGE THANKS to Lit’l Bit Bar and Grill
After 22 years of service to Envision and 43 years of working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Mary Lu Walton will retire for the second time in her life. Mary Lu said “YOU have been my daily inspiration and the reason I’ve done what I have at Envision.” Read her full letter to the community…Read More Executive Director, Mary Lu Walton will retire!
HB17-1280: Concerning conforming Colorado statutory language related to disability trusts to the federal ’21st Century Cures Act’. HB17-1353: Concerning implementing medicaid initiatives that create higher value in the medicaid program leading to better health outcomes for medicaid clients, and, in connection therewith, continuing the implementation of the accountable care collaborative and authorizing performance-based provider payments…Read More Governor John W. Hickenlooper signed two bills at Envision
Thanks to many generous sponsors, donors, volunteers and participants who together raised over $20,000 to enhance the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Weld County. Photos | Race Details | Our SponsorsRead More 5K In My Shoes raises over $20,000!