An interactive, searchable database of all of The Trust’s publications, mostly in English, from its 30 years of serving Coloradans.Showing 10 of 208 results
July 2002
Youth and Violence: Colorado Students Speak Out for a More Civil Society – Summary

A first-of-kind study that asked Colorado's young people what they think can be done to stop violence that affects them at home, at school and in their community. The Colorado Trust and the Families and Work Institute joined together to produce this study.

July 2002
Youth and Violence: Colorado Students Speak Out for a More Civil Society – Full Report

A first-of-kind study that asked Colorado's young people what they think can be done to stop violence that affects them at home, at school and in their community. The Colorado Trust and the Families and Work Institute joined together to produce this study.

March 1999
Using Evaluation to Improve Grantmaking – What's Good for the Goose is Good for the Grantor

Discusses how foundations can use evaluation as a tool for communicating effective grantmaking strategies, conducting cost-effective analyses, demonstrating stewardship and ensuring accountability.

April 2020
Toward Health Equity in Colorado: Leveraging Collective Capacity for Health Equity Advocacy Field Building

This evaluation brief describes key field-building strategies, progress and learnings from work carried out by the Health Equity Advocacy Cohort from 2017 through 2019.

September 2012
The West Central Public Health Partnership: A Case Study in Public Health Collaboration

This case study examines the efforts of the West Central Public Health Partnership. This partnership brought together public and environmental health officials from six counties along Colorado’s Western Slope to create the means to provide comprehensive regional public and environmental health services in the rural communities they serve. This study identifies the organizational elements that contributed to the group’s successes and highlights recommendations for other rural counties and funders considering similar endeavors.

January 2009
The Story of Safe2Tell

Highlights the Safe2Tell program, including the far-reaching impact of providing students in all Colorado schools an increased ability to both prevent and report violence by making anonymous calls to 1-877-542-SAFE. The publication also illustrates through stories and interviews the value of Safe2Tell among families and communities, necessary steps and resources to implement the program, and the hotline's long-term sustainability achieved through legislation.

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An interactive, searchable database of all of The Trust’s publications from its 30 years of serving Coloradans.