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
Clínica Tepeyac
$50,000
2017 to 2018

Support for a major gifts officer position at the organization.

Denver Indian Family Resource Center
$22,500
2017 to 2018

Supported the organization's efforts to plan for future sustainability.

Center for African American Health
$15,600
2017 to 2018

Supported the redesign of the organization's website.

Colorado Seminary (University of Denver)
$55,000
2017 to 2019

Supported implementation of the Latino Leadership Institute's rural fellowship scholarships and accompanying rural leadership seminars.

The Bell Policy Center
$25,000
2017 to 2018

Supported The Bell Policy Center's Middle-Class Economic Analysis Project, which aims to provide longitudinal data and analysis on the economic well-being of Colorado’s middle-class households and generate information relevant to health equity, economic opportunity and other issues.

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 directors of color to work towards advancing social change and justice in Colorado.

Transit Alliance
$25,000
2016 to 2017

Supported the Colorado Rural Mobility Statewide Pilot Initiative, a process to solicit community input for two transportation planning regions.

Mi Casa BackOffice Solutions
$75,000
2016 to 2022

Provided a loan supporting Mi Casa BackOffice Solutions, a social enterprise subsidiary of Mi Casa Resource Center. The mission of Mi Casa is to advance the economic success of Latino families. BackOffice Solutions supports this mission by providing accounting services to small businesses and nonprofits, increasing their success and improving overall services to the community.

Freedom Service Dogs of America
$2,500
2016

Supporting the organization's work to enhance the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom-training them for individual client needs.

Colorado Nonprofit Development Center
$20,000
2016

In collaboration with other Colorado funders, provided support to study potential future needs and opportunities related to the Colorado Family Planning Initiative and its long-acting reversible contraception program.

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