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 297 results
University of Colorado Denver, College of Nursing – Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)
2009 to 2011

Provided technical assistance to nurse education programs statewide to incorporate six quality and safety competencies, including patient-centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safety and informatics (i.e., using information and technology to share knowledge, mitigate errors and support decision making). Based on key findings from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's national pilot to implement quality and safety education in nurse curricula. (Visit QSEN online)

Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence – Nurse Workforce
2009 to 2010

Supported the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence to conduct a study to identify effective models and systems that involve direct care nurses in decisions related to patient care and nurse work environments.

Community Resource Center - Rural Philanthropy Days
2009 to 2019

Twice yearly, the Community Resource Center's Rural Philanthropy Days (RPD) connects funders to nonprofit organizations doing important work in rural Colorado. Learn more.

Colorado Rural Health Center
2009 to 2012

Supported the Colorado Rural Health Center in administering the Colorado Provider Recruitment Program to recruit and retain approximately 19 providers annually to work in rural and underserved communities.

Colorado Rural Health Center
2009 to 2010

Backed efforts by the Colorado Rural Health Center to administer the Colorado Rural Outreach Program, to help offset the educational loan debts of approximately 20 health professionals annually in exchange for their commitment to practice in a rural area.

Bighorn Leadership Development Program (Colorado State University)
2008 to 2010

Provided leadership development training for Coloradans to better enable them to advocate for an improved health care system and implement policies that expand access to health.

Business Health Forum & Mountain States Employers Council
2008 to 2009

Educated the business community about health care issues and engaged business leaders in seeking solutions on how to expand and improve access to health.

Colorado Area Health Education Centers (University of Colorado Foundation)
2008 to 2011

Supported consumer training in advocacy through five regional AHEC centers statewide focusing on policy changes to expand access to health.

Colorado Center on Law & Policy

Given the various options to expand health coverage—whether through an individual mandate requiring everyone to purchase health insurance or any plan to expand coverage through low-cost insurance products—the Colorado Center on Law & Policy conducted an affordability study to help policymakers, health advocates and consumers understand the factors that influence Coloradans' ability to pay for health coverage.