Foundation / Corporation
The Colorado Health Foundation
02/15/20 5:00 PM MDT - Deadline for Children Move More, Healthy Schools, and Youth and Young Adults Grants; Rapid Response Applications Are Accepted on a Rolling Basis
Grants to Colorado nonprofit organizations and government agencies to promote health equity in community services benefiting state residents. Priorities include providing services to low-income, disadvantaged residents. Eligible projects should meet immediate needs, address emerging opportunities, or strengthen community health services.
The Colorado Health Foundation's three cornerstone goals:
Successful applications will center on one of the following approaches:
Funding Priorities - Spring Grant Cycle:
Preference will be given to applications that demonstrate impact at the intersection of two or more funding priorities . Applications for Children Move More and Healthy Schools must be at the intersection of at least one of the other funding priorities open during this cycle; they cannot be applied for independently. Applications for the Youth and Young Adult Resiliency funding priority will be considered independently.
Nurture Healthy Minds
Strengthen Community Health
Champion Health Equity
Focus Area Details: https://coloradohealth.org/focus-areas
GrantWatch ID#: 184391
Annual grant disbursement does not exceed 25 percent of an organization’s annual expense budget. For those organizations receiving more than one grant, the guideline is 30 percent of the annual expense budget.
Project grants are for specific activities carried out over a defined time period. The Foundation welcomes proposals for multi-year funding and encourages applicants to delineate the need for additional years of funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register and Apply Online: https://coloradohealth.fluxx.io/user_sessions/new
Program Officers; Senior Director of Grantmaking Operations:
The Colorado Health Foundation
1780 Pennsylvania St.
Denver, CO 80203
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