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
Morgan County Family Center, Inc.
$30,300
2019 to 2020

Funding for increased capacity for the Family Leadership Training Institute program. Via Fort Morgan Cultures United for Progress, the Community Partnerships team in Fort Morgan.

Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club
$2,400
2019 to 2020

Funding for youth activities. Via Make Olathe Better, the resident team in Olathe, Colo, that is participating in the Community Partnerships strategy.

Rural Communities Resource Center
$3,000
2018 to 2019

Via Yuma's Community Partnerships resident team, funding to purchase healthy snacks for pre-K through third grade students in Yuma schools.

Rural Communities Resource Center
$4,500
2018 to 2020

Via Yuma's Community Partnerships resident team, support for the Y.U.M.A. Emergency Fund to assist local families and individuals with emergency financial needs, such as health care supplies, transportation, rental assistance and more.

Yuma Children's Academy
$3,185
2018 to 2019

Via Yuma's Community Partnerships resident team, funding for security enhancements to the child care center.

Rural Communities Resource Center
$3,000
2018 to 2019

Via Yuma's Community Partnerships resident team, funding for the Blessing Box, a small building to hold personal necessities made available to community members in need.

Los Pobres, Inc.
$15,000
2018

Via Avondale's Community Partnerships team, funding for services and engagement with the Spanish-speaking population in the region.

Kids at Their Best, Inc.
$500
2018

Funding for a new Kaboom playground in Fort Morgan, Colo.

Senior Housing Options, Inc.
$650,000
2018 to 2019

Funding to help redevelop a senior housing facility in downtown Denver that provides 111 apartment units, all of which are Section 8 housing and predominantly serve low-income Coloradans with disabilities.

Ralston House
$2,500
2018

General operations support for an organization that provides a safe space for child and teen survivors of abuse.

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