These businesses and services shown below have supported us through donations or discounts. We are sincerely grateful for their generosity. Most give generous donations for our annual fund raiser at our annual holiday dinner or monthly meetings. Click on each logo to visit their website.
50 Plus Marketplace News distributes over 200,000 monthly newspapers across the front range with four editions for Denver Metro, Boulder, Larimer, and Weld editions. 50 Plus provides space for our monthly genealogy column in the Larimer editions written by several society members.
Launched in 1996 as a family history website, Ancestry.com provides the world’s largest databases with over 32,500 databases in home subscriptions or a Library Ediiton at most libraries. They also include a family tree section, Message Board, DNA section for their DNA members, free video tutorials, and hiring a pro-genealogist or purchasing a family designed photo album. Our society has a FREE Saturday class in the fall on Ancestry.com. Most libraries offer their FREE library database edition.
Family Tree Maker is one of the world’s largest genealogy software vendors with Ancestry and FamilySearch Internet search, multiple family pedigree tree charts, sources, family photo album, monthly calendar, book publications capabilities and much more!
FamilySearch is a nonprofit organization offering genealogical records, education, and software. It is operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and is closely connected with the church’s Family History Department, which is the largest genealogy organization in the world. FamilySearch offers personal assistance at more than 5,100 family history centers in 140 countries, including the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. As of February 2021, there are over 1.3 billion individuals in the tree and the historical records database contains over 5.7 billion digital images, including digitized books, digitized microfilm, and other digital records.
Find My Past provides British and Irish record collections with 98 million hand-curated records spanning over 400 years of migration.
Fort Collins Media provides our Genelaogy Quest TV programs on Comcast cable Channel 97 in Fort Collins.
The Loveland Public Library gives our society meeting space for our Saturday classes and one on one help in the genelaogy room on Thursday afternoons.
Poudre River Library District provides space for our Saturday classes at their three libraries and our one on one genealogy help on Thursday afternoons at the Old Town library.
MyHeritage offers users a meaningful discovery experience that unites genealogists with their past, present, and future using sophisticated matching technologies, billions of international historical records, and at-home DNA tests. Since 2020, MyHeritage is home to the world’s best technologies for animating, colonizing, and enhancing historical photos plus is one of the world’s largest consumer DNA databases with 4.8 million customers, and its Genetic Groups. Our society offers a FREE class on MyHeritage in the Spring. Many libraries including Old Town Library in Fort Collins offer their library database edition.
NoCo Ink & Toner offers remanufactured ink and toner cartridges for the most popular printers. They are located at 5205 S. College Ave., Ste. B, Ft. Collins, CO. 80525; Phone: 970-484-4465.
LCGS members can receive a 10% discount on remanufactured ink and toner if membership is mentioned in advance when making an order.
Partnership for Age Friendly Communities is a non-profit organization. Their mission is to foster leadership and strong community collaborations that will plan, design, and implement sustainable strategies to enhance quality of life for older
adults in Larimer County. Visit their PAFC Sponsor Catalog to learn more!
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