All Terrain Participates in Habitat Heroes Project to Benefit Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope
At All Terrain, you know we get excited about sprinklers and sod, flowers and fountains, patios and ponds – the list goes on. But what really makes us tick is giving back to our stellar northern Colorado community!
We recently had the opportunity to participate in the Habitat Heroes Project, headed by a Leadership Fort Collins team and numerous generous local businesses. By embodying words like “teamwork” and “philanthropy,” several key players banded together to create a new garden for the Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope.
This incredible organization offers a helping hand to those in our community who need love and support the most. They provide services for individuals who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless, including immediate relief and long-term guidance toward self-sufficiency.
The garden at the Center in Fort Collins has needed a little TLC for quite a while. All Terrain stepped in to help transform the overgrowth and weeds into a beautiful area, where visitors can experience relaxation and enjoyment. In addition, the garden will include vegetables, fruit plants and trees for guests to cultivate and eat, as well as native flowers that attract birds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators. A shade sail and seating area with a swing and boulder seats will further make this a pleasant gathering space for individuals.
All Terrain is proud to donate the irrigation work that is making this community endeavor come to fruition. Even more so, we are proud to stand alongside these other generous businesses participating in the project:
- Brinkman Construction
- Blue Federal Credit Union
- Thrivent Financial
- Jax Outdoor Gear
- Nature in the City (City of Fort Collins)
- The Growing Project
- Rain Bird
- Old Chicago
- Human Bean
- Lamar’s Donuts
- Story Teller Video Marketing