The Two Rivers Unrestricted Endowment (T.R.U.E)  Fund was established as an endowed fund by local community leaders in Garfield County in order to build resources to help local nonprofits through annual grant distributions. Non-profit organizations providing services to people from the communities throughout Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, New Castle and surrounding communities are eligible to apply.

Two Rivers area nonprofits are encouraged to apply for funding to the Two Rivers Unrestricted Endowment Fund (T.R.U.E), a local community fund of the Two Rivers Community Foundation and managed by the Western Colorado Community Foundation (WCCF).

The Western Colorado Community Foundation serves seven counties in western Colorado, including Ouray, managing charitable funds for community good.  Currently, the Community Foundation manages over 265 charitable funds totaling $80 million in assets and awards over $3.4 million in grants and scholarships annually.

Connecting People who Care with Causes that Matter


The new T.R.U.E. Grants Fund is a way to invest in our community and build a permanent funding source that will be here for our community well into the future.

Join the many generous donors who invest in
the work of Two Rivers Community Foundation
so that we may build a stronger community.

Special Thanks T.R.U.E Founding Donors:
Tom and Joyce Ball
John and Lauri Bosco
Steve and Mary Boyd
Debonney Fox
Rob and Melissa Jankovsky
Scott and Terri Miller
John and Mandy Murray
Rodney and Andrea Naylor
Jason and Gina Neuman
Daniel and Courtney Petre
Gregg and Marilee Rippy
Angela and Stuart Sampels
Scruby Brothers Fund
Dave and Jeanne Sheriff
Ken Stein
David and Linda Sturges
Thomas B. Beard Fund
Robin Tolan
Vanderhoof Family Fund
Two Rivers Community Foundation
Western Colorado Community Foundation