Freeport-McMoRan’s Climax-Area Community Investment Fund Awards over $300,000 in Grants
Climax Molybdenum recently awarded $300,400 to area nonprofits through the Freeport-McMoRan Foundation's 2019 Climax-Area Community Investment Fund.
The 2019 grant recipients are:
- Cloud City Wheelers
- Cloud City Wheelers Trail Crew – $33,500
- Lake County Community Foundation
- "We Love Leadville" Tribute Landmark and Park Revitalization – $38,500
- National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum
- Matchless Mine Hoist House Rehabilitation – $29,000
- Lake County School District
- Advancing Academics through Afterschool – $35,000
- Chaffee County Chaffee Housing Trust
- Permanent Affordability Home Ownership Project – $44,400
- Chaffee County Search and Rescue-North
- CCSAR-N Unmanned Aerial System – $25,000
- The Cycle Effect
- Summit County Girls Mountain Bike Program – $10,000
- Volunteer for Outdoor Colorado
- People Power on our Public Lands: Investing in Sustained Volunteerism – $20,000
- Colorado Farm to Table
- Lake, Chaffee and Summit County Food Support – $15,000
The CIF was established in 2011, as part of Freeport-McMoRan’s goal to empower communities to develop and identify projects that would help ensure their self-sufficiency beyond the presence of Freeport-McMoRan operations. Since its inception, the Climax Area CIF has invested over $3.3 million in locally identified projects.
To learn more about how Freeport-McMoRan supports the communities in which it operates, please visit fcx.com and freeportinmycommunity.com.
Please see the 2017 Working Toward Sustainable Development Report for more information on all of their social, economic and environmental efforts.