In order to show our support for the community during COVID-19, Grace Pointe has committed to sourcing goods for residents and staff from local businesses through our ‘Grace For Greeley’ initiative. To date, we have supported more than 10 local businesses and counting through this initiative, with a goal to source goods and services on a weekly basis.

“For more than a decade, we’ve remained dedicated to our surrounding community,” said Jennifer Peterson, Director of Marketing. “We understand the impact our local economic community is feeling during this time and we are here to do our part to help neighboring businesses by sourcing thoughtful goods for our family of residents.”

Throughout recent weeks, residents and staff at Grace Pointe have enjoyed goods and experiences courteous of various local businesses. Such experiences included a “Pie Day” celebration with various types of delicious and homemade pies from Pope Farms, Mom’s Popcorn “Banana Split” popcorn for residents to enjoy while watching a movie, a resident and staff social for National Administrative Professionals’ Day with TCBY ice cream, coffee sourced from The Blue Mug, a beer tasting event made possible by Weldwerks Brewing, a special staff lunch courtesy of Schwartz’s Krautburger Kitchen as well as assisting the Weld Food Bank with packaged drop-offs across its service area.

In addition to these efforts, the ‘Grace For Greeley’ initiative has inspired many resident families to show support with thoughtful deliveries from local businesses including treats from Eileen’s Colossal Cookies, catered lunches from area businesses, and more.

‘Grace For Greeley’ is based on our company values, the Three C’s: Community, Connectedness, and Comfort. “Grace Pointe has grown over the last 10 years alongside the Greeley community and it’s incredibly important to us that we support the small and locally franchised businesses that build our beautiful hometown,” said Steve Briscoe, Founder of Grace Pointe. “We hope to inspire others to help keep the vitality of our economic community strong by showing support in any way possible.”

For more information about the health and happiness efforts implemented at Grace Pointe, follow along on Facebook using #GraceForGreeley.