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 220 results
Colorado Center on Law & Policy
$20,000
2018

Support for publication, printing and outreach for the Colorado Self-Sufficiency Standard and companion demographics report.

Great Education Colorado
$25,000
2018

Support for the organization's Colorado Education Network; funds will be used to help promote creation, dissemination and promotion of health equity-related content, communications and outreach efforts.

LiveWell Colorado
$25,000
2018 to 2019

Support for the organization's Community Food Advocates program.

Tri-County Health Department
$25,000
2018

Funding to help gather qualitative data about teen pregnancy and pregnancy prevention among adolescent Latina girls in the Aurora, Colorado area.

Colorado Springs Food Rescue
$2,500
2018

Support for the organization's grocery program, which serves more than 500 families in the Colorado Springs area every week.

El Pueblo History Museum
$10,000
2017

Support for the Eastwood Heights Neighborhood Memory Project in Pueblo.

The Veterans of Hope Project
$6,237
2017

Via The Veterans of Hope Project in Denver, providing opportunities for trauma-sensitive yoga to community members experiencing high levels of stress due to social factors (such as racism or poverty).

African Community Center
$2,500
2017

General operating support for the African Community Center, whose mission is to help refugees and immigrants rebuild safe, sustainable lives in Denver.

Colorado Children's Campaign
$12,000
2017

Provided support to the LARC4CO Coalition's efforts to make long-acting reproductive contraception devices available to women through the state family planning program.

Street Fraternity: The Heart of Immigration Project
$5,676
2017 to 2018

Supported an internship through Hoop Institute to create a website to represent the voices of immigrants in the East Colfax neighborhood of Denver and Aurora.

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