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Grants generally ranging between $10,000 and $50,000 to Eagle County, Colorado non-profit organizations and public agencies, including state and local governments, providing quality programs and/or services that address existing community gaps and are in alignment with the following four strategic priority areas:
1. Social Investment
* Critical Services: Enhance access to shelter, medical care, food, employment, and safety.
* Early Childhood: Strengthen the delivery of early childhood development services, including early learning, family support, and parent education, and social, emotional, mental, and physical health.
* Health Center: Support high quality, accessible, and affordable primary care services.
* Castle Peak Senior Care Community: Establish an assisted living, skilled nursing care, memory care, and transitional care facility.
2. Economic Vitality
* Economic Development: Implement the Eagle County Economic Development Plan, focusing on strengthening existing businesses, providing a climate conducive to new businesses, and promoting economic diversity.
* Airport: Expand domestic and international air service.
* Recreation and Tourism: Facilitate opportunities for diverse outdoor recreation and tourism.
* Redevelopment: Encourage in-fill and strategically located redevelopment that addresses community needs while facilitating the most productive use of limited physical space and infrastructure.
3. Sustainable Communities
* Community Engagement: Involve diverse groups of people and communities.
* Land Use Planning: Champion smart growth principles.
* Transportation: Improve community connections through the advancement of multi-modal regional transportation systems.
* Safety: Promote a safe and secure environment in partnership with the community through prevention, planning, preparation, mitigation, and recovery.
4. Environmental Stewardship
* Environmental Policy: Reduce energy, fuel, material, and water use by promoting efficiency, renewable energy, and waste reduction projects.
* Open Space: Acquire, maintain, and permanently preserve lands of significant scenic, cultural, and/or environmental quality.
* Natural Resources and Habitat: Preserve the natural environment on which communities and economies depend: rivers, air, wildlife, forest, and ecosystems.
* Water: Protect the region's water quality and quantity.
GrantWatch ID#: 137900
Limited grant funds are available. Most awards will be between $10,000 and $50,000.
Grants are typically for one year of support.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please contact Sharee Wettstein, Administrative Manager, at 970-328-8605 or email@example.com.
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