Message from the Executive Director

Faces of Fraud Seminar
Tuesday, December 15
9:00 - 11:30 am, MST
Free Generations Seminar 
focused on trends, identification,
prevention and reporting.
Click here for details on Events Page. 

Affiliate News

Annual Conference

Resource Handouts
Several Presenters at the Annual
Conference RoundTables provided
Resource Handouts with additional
information as a follow-up to their

Click on the following Links.

Sustainable Development - FCS Resources
Using Twitter for Advocacy


Upcoming Events

Webinar:  Faces of Fraud
Date:  December 15th - 9 AM

To combat fraud and protect our families from predatory cyber criminals, the FBI and FBI Denver Citizens Academy Alumni Association are partnering with key state/federal agencies, AARP, Colorado State University’s Family and Consumer Sciences program, and the Daniels Fund to strike back against scammers! You are invited to attend a free online seminar where special presenters will discuss scams targeting you and your family. Scams like fake solicitor schemes, phony investment deals, lottery scams, email fraud, a grandparent ruse, and identity theft shams will all be discussed. Join us for an interactive fraud prevention virtual event designed to educate across generations to combat fraud! Invite your parents, grandparents, and friends to participate in this interactive, educational conversation so that you can work together to identify, prevent, and report fraud and financial exploitation.

Click to learn more and register!



CAFCS Awards
Congratulations to Laurel Kubin
received the Marcile Wood
Service Award for
her volunteer work
with Northern
Colorado AARP as well
as other
community volunteer work. 

See more about Laurel's
on the CAFCS
Awards Page.

2020 Affiliate Conference
Highlights of  2020 Annual Conference

for Colorado and Wyoming AAFCS
are featured on the Annual

Food Preservation Resource 
CSU Extension has developed the
Preserve Smart app to assist home
food preservers 
in selecting the correct
processing time for
the elevation where
they live or will be
processing food. 

Elevations in Colorado 
are all above
3,000 feet and most food
processing times are given 
for sea
level with an adjustment calculated 
the actual altitude.  This app makes it 
easy to determine how  to safely

The app works on Apple and Android
devices. Search for Preserve Smart or

Signature Initiatives