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 237 results
Colorado Multi-ethnic Cultural Consortium
$150,000
2008 to 2011

Funding to provide a meaningful voice for ethnically and geographically diverse health consumers, including faith communities, on mental health, health and behavioral health.

Colorado Rural Health Center
$150,000
2008 to 2011

Supported the Colorado Rural Health Center's efforts to ensure that state policy and health leaders understand and support the health needs of rural Colorado through a combination of efforts including research, education, communications and advocacy.

Dr. A.J. Kauvar Foundation
$26,000
2008 to 2009

Supported the Dr. A.J. Kauvar Foundation's work to provide scholarships to religious leaders to participate in an intensive seminar focused on increasing their knowledge about access to health care policy issues in Colorado; provide them with effective models and strategies to foster health advocacy; and develop an action plan to strengthen their congregations' involvement in advancing health care reform.

Innovation Network
$847,600
2008 to 2011

Support for the Innovation Network to lead a team of Colorado evaluators in partnering with select Trust grantees to measure the effectiveness of their advocacy efforts to expand access to health in a changing health policy landscape.

New America Foundation
$150,000
2008 to 2009

Together with the University of Denver's Center for Colorado's Economic Future, the New America Foundation developed an in-depth report on the economic case for health reform. This report assessed and explained the balance between the likely costs of reform and the potential economic benefits of reform so that business leaders, policymakers and the public could have a more informed debate about Colorado's self-interest in health system reform.

Partnership for a Healthy Colorado
$78,500
2008 to 2009

Brought together a diverse coalition of business, labor and advocacy organizations to collectively educate communities statewide about the opportunity to achieve meaningful health care reform, engage in ongoing discussions about solutions to the health care crisis and encourage lawmakers to take action.

Center for Colorado's Economic Future (University of Denver)
$170,000
2008 to 2009

Together with the New America Foundation, the DU Center developed an in-depth report on the economic case for health reform. This report assessed and explained the balance between the likely costs of reform and the potential economic benefits of reform so that business leaders, policymakers and the public can have a more informed debate about Colorado’s self-interest in health system reform.

WGBH Educational Foundation
$50,000
2009

Supported production of the Frontline film Sick Around America, which explores the critical choices Americans face in attempting to access health coverage and care.

Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) – Outreach Specialist
$150,000
2008 to 2010

Supported a new HCPF staff position, increasing outreach to and enrollment of children who are eligible for but not enrolled in Medicaid or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+).

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