LOR helps bring local solutions to life quickly, by providing a startup boost. Learn more about our innovative work happening in Lander, Taos, and in the region.
Lander Connected is the new volunteer matchmaking service that’s helping residents in Fremont County address food security, shelter, increase access to masks, and meet other community needs. This community was full of people wanting to help but lacked a central hub to connect volunteers with the people that needed them. Lander Connected was the solution.
Taos HIVE is an innovative co-working space and business incubation project that combines training and support services for the community’s adult learners. The LOR Foundation is excited to support Taos HIVE as it seeks federal funding that could bring a welcome boost to the project and the Taos community.
A revolving loan fund helps legacy families fix and rent their historic homes, adds affordable housing, creates jobs, and draws-in newcomers to the community.
Ten local businesses are paired with web developers to launch or improve their e-commerce capability to adapt to COVID-19.
Windows on the Future
An art exhibition in Taos brings life and vibrancy back to main street.
Forged by Fire
Unexpected alliances help Taoseños protect drinking water, vital food sources, and adapt to life with wildfires.
Trails and Transformation
Farmers and outdoor enthusiasts partner to build trails for recreation and economic growth in the San Luis Valley.
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We are always looking to grow our network of organizations, funders and leaders at the local, regional and national level. Reach out to get involved in our work. Please note, LOR does not accept funding requests through the website.