Foundation / Corporation
City of Aspen and Pitkin County
08/03/20 4:00 PM
Grants to Colorado community nonprofit organizations and health and human service agencies in eligible areas for activities that improve the quality of life for local residents. The purpose of funding is to encourage area residents to adopt healthy lifestyles, to increase public safety, and to foster independence. Programs must benefit residents of Pitkin County.
Areas of Interest
Pitkin County supports nonprofit organizations that provide a range of health care and human services to the citizens and workers of the county. This includes programs that address health care education and outreach, prevention, intervention and treatment. Access to services for all, regardless of a client's ability to pay, is valued and encouraged.
Health and Human Service Agencies are defined as programs addressing issues related to youth, family, and senior well-being, physical health, mental health, and substance abuse prevention.
Community Nonprofit Agencies are defined as programs that enhance and enrich the quality of life in Pitkin County, complement basic health and human services offered through providing additional needed services, and optimize efforts to improve and sustain the County's natural resources.
Community Goals & Objectives:
Applications for mental health/substance use services have specific requirements. For details, see the Grant Guidelines in the Supporting Documents field below.
The Healthy Community Fund provides general operating support for eligible nonprofits.
GrantWatch ID#: 143404
Pitkin County awards both annual and multi-year (up to 3 year) partnership grants, based on agency requests and committee evaluation of proposals.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email applications with appendices attached to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions, please contact:
Health & Human Services
For any additional questions regarding the City of Aspen's HHS grant program or application, please contact Julie Gillespie at (970) 920-5774 or Julie.Gillespie@cityofaspen.com.
530 East Main Street
Aspen, CO 81611
USA: Colorado: Pitkin County
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