Buy a brick, pave the future.
Join us in raising $5,000 by June 1st, 2021 to honor the legacy of sugar beet workers who changed the culture and fabric of the Fort Collins community with their hard work, perseverance, courage, and determination. These incredible workers will be honored with their names engraved on a brick at the Hand that Feeds monument in Sugar Beet park.
It is a privilege to live in the Fort Collins area thanks to the back-breaking work of Hispanic and Mexican people who worked in the sugar beet fields of Fort Collins in the early 1900s.
Celebrate the international workers that made Fort Collins the best city to live in.
The funds raised through this campaign will support:
- 100 bricks at The Hand that Feeds monument, each engraved with the name of a sugar beet worker or Hispanic/Latinx community leader
- funding towards video production to tell the story of sugar beet workers
- support coalition-building of BIPOC community members in Larimer County