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Through media coverage, articles and news releases, learn about The Colorado Trust, our grantees and our collective efforts to achieve access to health for all Coloradans.

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  • 12/03/14

    Health Equity is Focus of Full Circle Grant Funds


    Herald Democrat
    by Marcia Martinek

    Full Circle of Lake County is one of 17 organizations statewide sharing in $3.34 million from The Colorado Trust to focus on health equity advocacy.

  • 11/30/14

    LiveWell and Tri-County Take on Health Inequity


    Montrose Daily Press
    By Drew Setterholm

    Two southwest Colorado health advocacy organizations were awarded funding to promote health equity and fair access to health opportunities through a Colorado Trust grant.

  • 11/24/14

    Region’s Nonprofits Receive Grant Addressing Health Inequities


    The Watch
    The Colorado Trust, a foundation dedicated to creating fair and equal opportunities for Coloradans to lead healthy lives, has announced the grantees for its Health Equity Phase II Grant. Based on their dedicated service to rural southwest Coloradans, Tri-County Health Network and LiveWell Montrose-Olathe have been selected to represent San Miguel, Montrose and Olathe counties as Phase II Health Equity Advocacy Grantees.

  • 11/14/14

    Colorado Trust Gives $4M


    The Denver Business Journal
    by L. Wayne Hicks

    The Colorado Trust awarded $4 million to the Colorado Health Institute.

  • 11/04/14

    Health Equity Series Finale


    The Pueblo Chieftain
    The Southeastern Colorado Area Health Education Center and the Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library will present this year’s final Health Equity Learning Series luncheon by the Colorado Trust from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 20 at the library’s InfoZone.

  • 08/15/14

    Two Organizations Receive Health-related Grants


    The Pagosa Springs Sun
    By Randi Pierce

    On Monday, The Colorado Trust announced that five southwest Colorado organizations received a total of $25,000 in funding — including two Archuleta County organizations — as a result of June’s Rural Philanthropy Days event. The Archuleta County Veteran Services Office (VSO) and the TARA Historical Society each received $5,000 grants after connecting with The Colorado Trust during the RPD event held in Pagosa Springs in June.

  • 08/08/14

    Health Equity Event Aug. 28


    The Pueblo Chieftain
    The Southeastern Colorado Area Health Education Center and the Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library will present viewing events on health equity being presented by The Colorado Trust in Pueblo.

  • 06/03/14

    People Post: Foundation Staff and Board Member News; Job Openings


    Health Affairs: GrantWatch Blog
    by Lee-Lee Prina

    Julian Kesner became director of communications for The Colorado Trust in mid-February. He was previously vice president of communications and media relations at the Colorado Hospital Association.

  • 05/04/14

    Health briefs: Health Equity Learning Series Viewing Party is Thursday


    Steamboat Pilot & Today
    The Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership will host a Health Equity Learning Series viewing party from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library.

  • 04/24/14

    Middle Park Medical Hosts Health Equity Learning Series


    Sky-Hi News
    Middle Park Medical Center presents “Social Movement-Building for Health Equity,” the second in the Health Equity Learning Series slated for Grand County this year. The Health Equity Learning Series is made possible by a grant of The Colorado Trust awarded to Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership, as well as various other communities throughout the state.