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 429 results
Integrated Community
$25,000
2020 to 2021

General operating support to assist with the organization's response to the pandemic. (COVID-19 response grant)

Brother Jeff's Cultural Center
$25,000
2020 to 2021

Support for messaging creation and outreach to the Black community in Denver regarding the coronavirus pandemic. (COVID-19 response grant)

Latino Community Foundation of Colorado
$25,000
2020 to 2021

Support for Voces Unidas de las Montañas (with the foundation as fiscal sponsor).

Colorado Coalition for Regional Transformation
$10,000
2020 to 2021

Support for food and other necessities for people living in the community of Clifton, Colo. (COVID-19 response grant)

Community Budget Center, Inc.
$15,000
2020 to 2021

Support to provide assistance to people in Craig, Colo., including rent and utilities assistance, clothing, household goods and health care needs. (COVID-19 response grant)

Housing Solutions for the Southwest
$8,000
2020 to 2021

Support for the Community Emergency Assistance program, to assist undocumented workers and their families with emergency assistance needs such as rent, utilities, transportation and child care expenses. (COVID-19 response grant)

Good Samaritan Center
$10,000
2020 to 2021

Support for the Montezuma Food Coalition to provide emergency food assistance and basic supplies to those in need in Montezuma County. (COVID-19 response grant)

La Puente Home
$21,000
2020 to 2021

Support to serve as fiscal sponsor for the work of Alamosa VOICES, which is working with local churches and restaurants to provide hot meals to low-income Alamosa residents, including those experiencing homelessness. (COVID-19 response grant)

Mancos Valley Resources
$10,000
2020 to 2021

Support to serve as fiscal sponsor for Southwest Rainbow Youth, which is using the funds for emergency pandemic relief in Ignacio, Colo. and on the Southern Ute reservation. (COVID-19 response grant)

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