Foundation / Corporation
Denver Post, Denver Post Community Foundation and Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation
Grants to Colorado nonprofit organizations in eligible counties for programs that reduce hunger and homelessness in the community, promote health and wellness, and provide opportunities for children and youth. New applicants and programs must submit a letter of intent prior to applying. Funding is intended to support organizations and programs that help low-income children, youth, and families access services to overcome obstacles impeding progress out of poverty and towards stabilization and self-sufficiency.
Programs must serve vulnerable and low-income residents of the Denver metropolitan area (restricted to Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties).
Grant Making Focus Areas
Children and Youth
All children should have the chance to succeed in life and opportunities to help them reach their full potential by being on track for success in the classroom and in life.
Funding will focus mainly on out-of-school time programs that support the development of children and youth in the community, ages 5 – 18. Programs must be evidence-based and demonstrate positive outcomes in academic achievement and/or social and emotional development and show ongoing relationships with children/ youth beyond a one-time encounter. Programs must also focus on youth with barriers to success, serving at least 60% who qualify for free and reduced lunch or other low-income indicator.
Health and Wellness
Everyone deserves access to services that help them be healthy, including physical, behavioral, and dental health care.
Funding will focus on established programs providing access to affordable, high-quality health care services for low-income residents in underserved communities. Programs of interest include community health centers serving under- and uninsured populations that provide integrated care and K-12 school-based health centers in schools where at least 60% of students qualifying for free and reduced lunch. Organizations must be able to demonstrate positive health outcomes for clients in addition to other output measures.
The issue of homelessness persists in our community and providing housing and services is important in working to end homelessness and support families and individuals.
This funding area supports prevention services and/or long-term housing strategies with multiple wrap-around services for individuals and families. Eligible programs include homelessness prevention programs that provide short-term financial support (i.e. rent, utilities, mortgage) to maintain current housing and supportive and transitional housing (six months or more) with additional supporting services. Programs must effectively demonstrate impact by tracking clients who are able to maintain housing and/or those who transition into and maintain more permanent and/or stable housing.
Families and individuals deserve access to nutritious, supplemental food in order to meet their daily needs and to help support them in work and school.
Funding priority is given to established providers with large-scale programs or initiatives that reduce food insecurity. Eligible organizations and programs must meet the following criteria: effectively use data to make organizational decisions; provide client-choice services; offer nutritious food options; work in geographic areas where gaps for and access to nutritional services exist; support enrollment in SNAP/benefit programs; and provide warm referrals to other community supports.
GrantWatch ID#: 147313
Grant amounts will start at $10,000. A grant request must not exceed 10% of the general operating budget for the organization or if requesting program support, 30% of the program budget.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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Denver Post Community Foundation
101 W. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80202
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