The Colorado Trust's three-day, statewide grantee conference – Inspiration. Initiative. Innovation. – provided opportunities for nearly 400 participants to share lessons learned and explore a range of timely topics.
Developed by The Colorado Trust and the Colorado Municipal League, this brochure offers pointers about how receiving communities can reach out to immigrants and refugees, as well as examples of ways in which Colorado communities are working to become more inclusive.
An independent evaluation was conducted by the National Research Center to determine whether providing technical assistance to build the capacity of grantee organizations helped to improve their ability to serve seniors. Grantees reported program-level outcomes using the Healthy Aging Initiative Organizational Capacity Assessment.
Highlights the progress of the Safe2Tell hotline, an anonymous reporting system to help youth prevent violence. There is also news about the planned retirement of John R. Moran, Jr., President and CEO; an upcoming event focused on substance abuse among women and girls; recognition of young people in Roaring Fork Valley schools for their successful bullying prevention efforts; and information about The Trust's 2005 Annual Report.
Describes The Colorado Trust's grantmaking strategies and focus areas, new grantmaking initiatives in 2005, findings from completed evaluations, a listing of all grants and grantees, financial information and a listing of trustees and staff.
Includes a look at how the Metro Denver Black Church initiative is helping to address racial and ethnic health disparities, as well as updates on The Trust’s Colorado 100k Lives Campaign, Partnerships for Health initiative and continuing support of nurse-home visitation. This edition also announces The Trust's support of Denver’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness and the Colorado Health Institute's Health Professions Workforce Database.
A review of the structure and services of the Colorado Refugee Services Program, including recommendations for refugee resettlement in Colorado.
An overview of the three-year Adult Immunization & Health Screening and Education Project carried out by the Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (CVNA). During that time, the CVNA administered over 8,000 flu shots and over 100 hepatitis A and B series shots to high-risk minority adults, and screened high-risk adults for diabetes and high total cholesterol. The results of these efforts were encouraging, including improved dietary and lifestyle changes among participants.
To help identify both priority after-school programming needs and specific areas requiring increased attention and support, The Colorado Trust conducted a needs assessment based on a survey of 101 youth-serving agencies. Key findings include the need to make after-school programs more widely available, particularly to underserved youth; programs need to ensure quality and increase their ability to serve an increasingly diverse population; and the need to develop adequate, stable funding.
An interactive, searchable database of all of The Trust’s publications from its 30 years of serving Coloradans.