Funding a report focused on the impact of Medicaid expansion in Denver.
The Civil War Trust was approached by the National Park Service (NPS) and the State of Colorado to preserve a critical 640-acre tract at the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. The 640-acre tract was transferred to NPS for incorporation into the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. The Trust is one of numerous Colorado organizations that supported this effort.
Supported meetings at community-based locations in order to inform, educate and enroll families as needed regarding health insurance coverage and enrollment. Immigrant populations were among the primary target audiences for the meetings.
In conjunction with CSU Denver Extension, LiveWell Colorado and Community Initiatives, support for the Colorado Food Policy Network to establish a formal peer-to-peer mentor network and host two regional "action institutes" to advance the capacity of local food policy councils to improve healthy food access in their communities.
Supported an organization serving the Hispanic immigrant population in six communities in western Colorado.
General operating support for Los Pobres, which serves immigrant and indigent populations of southern Colorado, providing essentials for survival, medical care, assistance with education and more.