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Agency Funds

Agency funds are created by other non-profit 501(c)(3)s with Onward! for managing long-term funds, such as endowments and other strategic projects.

For information about establishing an agency fund, click here.

The Heart to Heart Fund
Established June 2007
This fund provides quality investment returns to support the primary missions of pregnancy counseling to women and assisting mothers of newborn children. For more information about Heart to Heart, visit their website.

The Axis Health System Fund
Established June 2009

This fund provides additional funding to support their integrated health system services, including their traditional behavioral health services with primary care, wellness, and healthy lifestyle services. Visit Axis Health's website for more information on the services they offer in the four corners area.

The Hospice of Montezuma Fund
Established July 2013
This fund was created by Hospice of Montezuma to support ongoing hospice programs and growth within the surrounding community. Visit Hospice of Montezuma's website for more information about their programs.

The Southwest Memorial Hospital Foundation Fund
Established December 2013
This fund was created by the Southwest Memorial Hospital Foundation to support foundation programs benefiting the Montezuma County communities. For more information about the Southwest Memorial Hospital Foundation, visit their website

First Assembly of God Investment Fund
Established March 2016
Provides additional funding for activities at First Assembly of God, Cortez, Colorado.

Four Corners Child Advocacy Center Fund
Established May 2018
Supports the work at the FCCAC in Cortez, Colorado which is to strengthen our community’s response to child abuse and neglect through prevention, intervention, education, and advocacy.

Cortez Friends of D.A.R.E.
Established July 2016
Supports the activities and educational curriculum of the Cortez D.A.R.E. Program. D.A.R.E. stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. The program has been teaching 5th and 7th-grade students in Cortez since 1993.

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