Foundation / Corporation
The Colorado Health Foundation
10/15/21 5:00 PM MT
Grants to Colorado nonprofit organizations and public agencies including local and state governments for projects and programs to promote physical activity for residents of all ages. Priority will be given to projects serving underserved communities with no public locations for physical activities or for projects that demonstrate the need to replace existing unsafe or outdated equipment in the public space.
The Capital Infrastructure – Intergenerational/Family Physical Activity funding opportunity will support capital infrastructure projects that are accessible, structured, safe, culturally responsive to the communities being served and affordable.
More specifically, this funding opportunity will focus on the design and construction of public spaces in high-need areas that create access, are intergenerational and encourage physical activity for individuals of all ages and abilities, especially for families with children ages 4-14.
Priority will be given to projects that serve economically disadvantaged rural communities and communities of color that have no public space for physical activity or can demonstrate the need to replace existing unsafe or outdated equipment in public spaces, including playgrounds.
Examples of programs and/or projects the Colorado Health Foundation is interested in funding:
GrantWatch ID#: 182905
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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The Colorado Health Foundation
1780 Pennsylvania St
Denver, CO 80203
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