We appreciate your generosity! You can now select options to direct how your donation is used (see below for more detail on the categories).
You can donate by:
Sunrise Community Health
2930 11th Avenue,
Evans, CO 80620
Call Fatima Groom (970.346.2539) OR
Brian Quale email@example.com
You can use your Paypal account to dontate any amount. You can also use Paypal to pay with a credit card.
General - Used where there is most need at the time of donation
Mike Bloom Scholarship - See below for more on the Mike Bloom Scholarship
Immigrant Refugee Center - Now part of Sunrise Community Health
COVID19 General - Used where there is most the need for anything COVID related.
COVID19 Vaccine Clinic - Used to help cover the costs of Sunrise vaccine clinic administration
WIC diaper drive - For organization of the Sunrise WIC (women, infants & children) diaper drive
Patient Holiday Baskets - For supplies to create holiday baskets for Sunrise patients
About the Mike Bloom Community Service Scholarship Fund
This fund honors Mike Bloom’s life-long dedication to helping those in need while celebrating his commitment to health care, education, and growth.
Mike Bloom was a tireless, dedicated, and visionary founder of community health in Colorado. He began Valley-Wide Health Services (now called Valley-Wide Health Systems) in Alamosa in the early 1980s; contributed to the birth of Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN), Colorado Community Managed Care Network (CCMCN), and Colorado Access in the 1990s; and led Sunrise Community Health through rebuilding and tumultuous times from 1996 – 2006.
Mike was also a founding father of the North Colorado Health Alliance in 2002 and its Chief Executive Officer from 2006 – 2012, leading the way toward integrated, collaborative partnerships and health care delivery.
Most recently, he was a visionary founder and board member of the newly formed Colorado HealthOp. Mike served on countless boards and in many, many ways to improve the lives of the least fortunate among us, including serving many years in the newly formed Peace Corps in South and Central America.