Foundation / Corporation
Mile High SHRM (MH-SHRM)
Grant of up to $3,500 and in-kind support to a Colorado nonprofit organization or state university in eligible locations for workforce development programs. Funding is intended to support organizations that address the areas of workforce initiatives, workforce education, self-sufficiency, economic development, and poverty reduction. Applicants must be located in the Denver metropolitan area.
Each year, the Mile High SHRM Community Engagement Committee selects one local non-profit or state-funded university to receive a Workforce Grant of up to $3,500. Mile High SHRM also invites the organization to partner with its members to work together for one year.
GrantWatch ID#: 187133
-A general operating award in an amount up to $3,500.00
-Professional volunteers able to assist in mission related programming
-Marketing of agency at Mile High SHRM events, newsletters and web page
-Free information table at local MH-SHRM events
-An exhibitor booth at the Mile High SHRM Annual HR Conference on February 26, 2021
-Other benefits as determined by Mile High SHRM
The Mile High SHRM Workforce Grant will provide the following for a 12 month period beginning January 1, 2021 and ending December 31, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please download the PDF and email the completed form to: Workforce Readiness Committee, MHSHRMapps@gmail.com.
Senior Association Manager
Mile High SHRM
500 Discovery Parkway
Superior, CO 80027
Phone: (303) 465-3522
Fax: (303) 243-5075
USA: Colorado: Denver Metropolitan Area
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