Search our online database to find details on beneficiaries of major grants, funding strategies and more, dating back to 1992, or download the database here. A few select grant types, such as sponsorships, are not included here; complete grant listings are available in our federal tax returns. While we continue to translate all of these entries into Spanish, please note that some of this information is currently available only in English.Showing 10 of 218 results
Community First Foundation (2012)
$5,000
2012

To support the 2012 Colorado Gives Day to encourage philanthropy in Colorado through online giving on Dec. 4, 2012.

San Miguel Resource Center
$9,900
2012 to 2013

Supported the San Miguel Resource Center in providing an education specialist to provide violence prevention programming at Norwood Public Schools.

Rocky Mountain Rural Health and South Park Medical Group
$10,000
2012 to 2013

Supported efforts to build a sustainable delivery model to meet the health care needs of rural, low-income individuals and families in Park County by developing a new business model.

TBD Colorado
$10,000
2012 to 2013

Supported a series of community forums around health, education, transportation and other key issues in Colorado along with a public report to share the information.

BUILD Initiative
$40,000
2012 to 2013

Supported a BUILD Initiative conference for Colorado's early childhood health leaders to address health equity for young children.

Cripple Creek - Victor School District
$5,000
2012

Supported the school-based health center at Cresson Elementary School to expand behavioral health care services.

Colorado Nonprofit Association
$13,000
2012 to 2014

Provided support for the Colorado Nonprofit Association's 2012, 2013 and 2014 Colorado Collaborative Award to acknowledge successful collaboration among nonprofit organizations.

Medical Clean Claims, Transparency & Uniformity Task Force
$25,000
2011 to 2013

Supported the work of the Medical Clean Claims, Transparency & Uniformity Task Force (formed as a result of the Colorado legislature’s passage of House Bill 10-1332), with a goal of having providers, payers and government representatives develop a uniform set of insurance codes and payment rules to be employed by all payers having contracts with health care providers; and significantly reduce the cost of administrative redundancies through standardization, consistency, transparency and appropriate savings to the health care system.

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