The Colorado Trust's 2009 Annual Report highlights the accomplishments of those we have the privilege to work with, and briefly outlines our work ahead to realize access to health for all Coloradans.
The Colorado Trust's 2010 Annual Report highlights our 25th anniversary year. It honors the work of our partners over the past quarter-century and notes the work of our grantees during the past year in our shared efforts to realize access to health for all Coloradans. Trust Chairwoman Kathryn A. Paul and President and CEO Ned Calonge, MD, MPH share observations on challenges encountered, progress made and the changing health care landscape in the face of federal health care reform. The report also includes a list of all Trust grantees and detailed financial information.
The Colorado Trust's 2011 Annual Report highlights the year's grant strategies and grantees, including personal stories of grantees and those they serve. Trust Chairwoman Patricia Baca and President and CEO Ned Calonge, MD, MPH share their thoughts on the critical health care events of recent years and The Trust's efforts to work toward an improved system of health during a time filled with unique challenges, uncertainties, needs, opportunities and hope. The report also includes detailed financial information.
The Colorado Trust's 2012 Annual Report highlights a year of supporting nearly 50 multi-faceted grant strategies to advance access to health, as well as the exploration of the extent to which health inequity affects Coloradans. The report also previews The Trust's efforts to more intently focus on advancing health equity.
The Colorado Trust's 2013 Annual Report highlights the foundation's strategic transition toward a focus on health equity and reducing health disparities across Colorado. It also recaps the latest Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS) findings and important health policy advancements, including Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
To increase awareness and understanding of health equity, The Colorado Trust sponsored its first Health Equity Learning Series in 2013. This report summarizes the knowledge and advice gleaned from national experts who presented during the series. The publication also features stories from organizations working toward achieving health equity and Coloradans impacted by disparities.
The Colorado Trust's 2014 Annual Report highlights the foundation's emerging strategies towards achieving health equity for all Coloradans. Grantees featured in stories include Archuleta County Veterans Services, Colorado Health Institute and Together Colorado. Also highlighted is a speaker from the 2014 Health Equity Learning Series and the impact of his presentation on grantees across the state.
The Colorado Trust continued its sponsorship of the Health Equity Learning Series for a second year in 2014, with a goal of increasing awareness and understanding of health equity. This report summarizes lessons learned and action items from the presentations of four national experts at three events.
The Colorado Trust's 2015 Annual Report marked 30 years of the foundation’s efforts to advance the health and well-being of Coloradans. Particular emphasis is paid to The Trust’s Community Partnerships strategy, which launched in January 2015, and several of the initial communities involved in the work. Other stories in the report include the Colorado Health Access Survey and its findings on health care coverage in Colorado following ACA implementation; the field-building approach undertaken by the Health Equity Advocacy grantees; The Colorado Trust Endowed Chair in American Indian Health; and much more.
This report summarizes learnings from the three Health Equity Learning Series (HELS) events held in 2015, and is is intended to augment the videotaped presentations and accompanying materials. The report examines topics covered by the four presenters, including how structures, policies and systems can unintentionally marginalize vulnerable communities; how race impacts health; and how organizations have effectively used resources to give community members a voice, and improved the health of their own communities.
An interactive, searchable database of all of The Trust’s publications from its 30 years of serving Coloradans.