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 256 results
The Denver Foundation
2016 to 2018

Supported Mile High Connects (through The Denver Foundation), whose mission is to "ensure that the Metro Denver regional transit system fosters communities that offer all residents the opportunity for a high quality of life."

Colorado Health Institute
2015 to 2019

Established in 2003, the Colorado Health Institute (CHI), was created through a funding partnership of The Colorado Trust, Rose Community Foundation and Caring for Colorado. Serving as a reliable and impartial clearinghouse for data and data resources related to Colorado’s health care issues and systems, CHI communicates these data to policy makers, funding organizations, health planners, business and nonprofit community, consumer groups, health care providers and the media. Learn more.

University of Denver

Supported the Latino Leadership Institute to train and develop Latino professionals to become leaders in the business, government, philanthropy and nonprofit sectors.

University of Colorado Law School

Supported the Colorado Health Equity Project to improve socioeconomic, racial and ethnic health disparities by removing legal barriers to health care of low-income Coloradans.

Denver Health Foundation

Funding a report focused on the impact of Medicaid expansion in Denver.

Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC)
2015 to 2018

Supported CIVHC with enhancements to the Colorado All Payer Claims Database (APCD), specifically to expand the number of covered lives represented in the APCD and build tools to support organizations seeking to make a positive impact on health care quality and costs. Learn more.

Civil War Trust

The Civil War Trust was approached by the National Park Service (NPS) and the State of Colorado to preserve a critical 640-acre tract at the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. The 640-acre tract was transferred to NPS for incorporation into the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. The Trust is one of numerous Colorado organizations that supported this effort.

Colorado Alliance for Health Equity and Practice

Supported meetings at community-based locations in order to inform, educate and enroll families as needed regarding health insurance coverage and enrollment. Immigrant populations were among the primary target audiences for the meetings.