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 536 results
5 Loaves Pantry
$3,000
2020 to 2021

Support to help provide healthy food to those in need in the McClave and Hasty communities, as well as the surrounding area in southeast Colorado. (COVID-19 response grant)

9to5 National Association of Working Women
$50,000
2020 to 2021

Support for the Colorado chapter's Rapid Response Care Fund, which distributes direct financial assistance to families in need living in northwest Aurora, Colo. (COVID-19 response grant)

9to5 National Association of Working Women
$36,000
2020 to 2021

Support for direct financial assistance for Aurora families impacted by the pandemic. (COVID-19 response grant)

9to5 National Association of Working Women
$26,250
2020 to 2021

Support for the organization's Rapid Response Care Fund, which distributes direct financial assistance to families living in Colorado who are most impacted by the pandemic. (COVID-19 response fund)

Adams State University Foundation
$5,000
2020

Support for Native American Month and International Education Week cultural programming at Adams State University, hosted by the university's Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center.

Adams State University Foundation
$2,000
2020

Support for the Adams State University Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center to provide clothing, hygiene items and other basic necessities to San Luis Valley agricultural workers. (COVID-19 response grant)

Adams State University Foundation
$5,000
2020 to 2021

Support for social justice-focused programming at the Adams State University Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center. Via HOPE Alamosa, the resident team in Alamosa participating in the Community Partnerships strategy.

Advancing Colorado's Mental Health Care
$4,100,000
2005 to 2011

A joint effort of The Trust, Colorado Health Foundation, Caring for Colorado Foundation and The Denver Foundation to support human services agencies, mental health care providers and others to improve the integration and coordination of mental health services with physical health care so that people can be treated with the services they need most, regardless of where they seek care. Learn more.

Affordable Care Eligibility Coordinator (The Colorado Health Foundation)
$28,963
2011 to 2012

Partnered with the Colorado Health Foundation to support consulting services to the State of Colorado necessary to develop a strategic plan to improve state eligibility determination, verification and enrollment systems, as required under the Affordable Care Act.

African Community Center
$2,500
2017

General operating support for the African Community Center, whose mission is to help refugees and immigrants rebuild safe, sustainable lives in Denver.

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