Do a search in our interactive database that lets you find details on beneficiaries of grants awarded in the past, funding strategies and more. Please take note that this information may be available only in English.Showing 10 of 211 results
Fort Collins Community Action Network
$5,000
2017

For immigrant families in the Fort Collins area, supported the creation and distribution of 800 emergency preparedness packets that provide information about immigrant rights and the deportation process.

Crowley Foundation
$2,500
2017

Supported the Crowley Foundation, which supports the leadership and development of young men and boys of color. The foundation is particularly concerned with expanding economic opportunities and career trajectories for the young men and boys they serve.

Colorado Nonprofit Development Center
$10,000
2017

Via the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, supported Big Timbers Community Alliance's expansion of the Family Leadership Training Institute program in Prowers County, Colo. to include Spanish-speaking community members. The Family Leadership Training Institute builds strong leadership and civic engagement skills.

Manzanola Rural Fire Protection District
$10,000
2017

Supported equipment purchases and upgrades to benefit the Manzanola Rural Fire Protection District.

Manazola School District 3J
$26,586
2017

Supported the installation of a water filtration vending system at the school, as well as the provision of free monthly water to Manazola residents.

Street Fraternity
$5,676
2017

Supported an internship position through Hoop Institute to create a website representing the voices of immigrants in the East Colfax neighborhood of Denver and Aurora.

Town of Manzanola
$63,414
2017 to 2018

Supported the purchase and installation of equipment to improve the playground in the town of Manzanola, Colo.

United for a New Economy
$50,000
2017 to 2018

Supported the Transformative Leadership for Change fellowship program, which encourages a select cohort of executive cirectors of color to work towards advancing social change and justice in Colorado.

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