FORT GARLAND, Colo. – The Trinchera Blanca Foundation, the local affiliate of Louis Bacon’s Moore Charitable Foundation, provided support this month for community and conservation partners in Alamosa, Fort Garland, San Luis and across the San Luis Valley. The Trinchera Blanca Foundation’s San Luis Valley grants program has been proudly supporting community and conservation organizations for over a decade as they work to meet critical human needs, protect important cultural resources and activities and defend the area’s precious natural resources.
“The San Luis Valley is an incredibly special part of Colorado,” said Louis Bacon, founder and chairman of The Moore Charitable Foundation, including Trinchera Blanca Foundation. “We’re honored to continue to support our valuable partners and applaud their vital work in this region.”
Trinchera Blanca Foundation Grantees – November 2019
- Colorado Open Lands – San Luis Valley Projects -Grain for Cranes, SLV Environmental Teacher Training and Groundwater Protection
- Costilla County Prevention Partners
- Costilla County Senior Citizens Club
- Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley
- Fort Garland Museum
- La Puente Home
- Mariachi San Luis
- National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
- Tu Casa
About The Trinchera Blanca Foundation
The Trinchera Blanca Foundation, the Colorado affiliate of The Moore Charitable Foundation, founded by Louis Bacon in 1992, supports organizations committed to protecting land, water and wildlife habitat in Colorado’s San Luis Valley. The Trinchera Blanca Foundation also supports community programs dedicated to improving quality of life in the region.