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
Colorado Healthy Communities
$8,800,000
1992 to 2000

Helped communities define and act on their own vision of a healthy community. Twenty-eight communities across the state participated in this effort and their improvements ranged from creating a bus system, medical and dental clinics and community centers to establishing programs that provide for positive youth development, quality child care, senior wellness and more.

Qualistar Early Learning
$10,400,000
1998 to 2008

Supported efforts to improve the quality of early childhood learning experiences. Learn more.

After-School Initiative
$10,300,000
2000 to 2006

The initiative provided funding, training and tailored technical assistance services to 34 grantee after-school programs across the state, with an aim to develop and support after-school programming strategies that capitalize on the strengths of young people, families and communities. In each program, emphasis was placed on three main goals: positive youth development strategies, cultural competency development (for both staff and program activities) and partnerships designed to foster stronger adult and youth engagement, as well as support for the program. Learn more.

Preventing Suicide in Colorado
$4,100,000
2002 to 2009

Supported statewide efforts to address the problem of suicide by encouraging people at risk to receive care and improving the care that at-risk individuals receive. Learn more.

Colorado Healthy People 2010
$8,700,000
2002 to 2007

Helped Coloradans take steps to lead healthier, longer lives, and to decrease health disparities among different populations. Learn more.

Immigrant Integration - Evaluation
$1,463,588
2004 to 2010

An evaluation of the Immigrant Integration initiative by Community Science examined the community planning process, outcomes achieved by grantees and the levels of increased integration experienced in grantee communities.

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