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Mountain View Presbyterian donates offering to SummitStone Health Partners

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The Coordinating Team of the Mountain View Presbyterian Women and Clergy Members include, seated from left, Janet Shea; Treasurer Susanne Evans; Publicity Coordinator Kathy Zavela Tyson. Standing: SummitStone’s Director of Marketing & Development Annie Brunsell; Elaine Eastman; Blessed Beginnings Director Helen Wilson; Pastor Gary LeTourneau; Associate Pastor James Webb, Secretary Ann Jens and Moderator Dorothy Madden.

LOVELAND — Mountain View Presbyterian Women recently selected SummitStone Health Partners as the recipient of the church’s annual Thank Offering. Nationally, the Presbyterian Women have raised more than $25 million since 1988 for non-profits and ministries that assist those struggling with illness, marginalization and lack of access to education, services and resources.

SummitStone Health Partners provides Larimer County with mental health and substance abuse treatment and therapy services. The organization serves more than 10,000 community members each year, a third of whom are children and adolescents.

“Having representatives from SummitStone come and talk to our congregation really brought a light to the critical services they provide in our community,” said Susanne Evans, MVPW Treasurer. “Every year our Thank Offering is about collecting money, but it’s also about building community awareness.”

MVPW will hold its annual Rummage Sale March 2-3 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2500 N. Garfield Ave. Proceeds go to non-profits in Larimer County, including the church’s Blessed Beginnings project, which provides cribs and layettes to needy families. For more information call 970.663.3810 or visit