Supported the engagement of Antonito and San Luis students in an oral history project, in which they conduct interviews with local residents about the loss of Spanish language and culture. The goal is to help students develop qualitative research skills and connect them and their communities to their Hispanic cultural roots.
Supported the Colorado Pedals Project, a four-year initiative to make Colorado the best place in the nation to ride a bicycle. Programming includes supporting bicycle lanes and access in underserved neighborhoods and communities statewide.
Supported efforts to explore building a new membership organization, particularly one focused on health equity advocacy in the Denver metro area.
Established in 2003, the Colorado Health Institute (CHI), was created through a funding partnership of The Colorado Trust, Rose Community Foundation and Caring for Colorado. Serving as a reliable and impartial clearinghouse for data and data resources related to Colorado’s health care issues and systems, CHI communicates these data to policy makers, funding organizations, health planners, business and nonprofit community, consumer groups, health care providers and the media. Learn more.
Funding a report focused on the impact of Medicaid expansion in Denver.