For Pueblo Grantseekers
Please review the steps below to complete your application submission.
Children, Youth and Families Focus Area
Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at 5 pm
Watch the recent webinar for more information about this
Invited Applicants only
Friday, February 5, 2021, at 5 pm
For more information on using the online system, see Grant Portal Tips.
Submit an LOI
To be considered for a grant, all prospective Packard Fund for Pueblo applicants – including current grantees – must submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI). The LOI should be no more than two pages in length and include the following:
- Summary of request, including grant request amount and operating or program budget
- Statement of need
- How the request aligns with the Fund’s priorities
- Primary programs or activities that address the stated need
- Methodology and intended outcomes
- Past organizational success and credentials
- Primary contact
The LOI should be sent via email to Melanie Bravo, program director, a minimum of 30 days before the grant deadline.
Responses to inquiries will be sent via email at least 21 days before the grant deadline.
Register for an Account
If an invitation to apply is extended, grantseekers must register for access to the online grants portal. If you have previously registered for an account, you do not need to register again. If you have contact updates, complete our Contact Change Form.
The registration deadline is two weeks before the grant application deadline. The next registration deadline is Friday, July 24, 2020.
Visit the online grants portal to register.
Caring for Colorado processes registrations and sends login information within three business days.
Submit an Application
The Sperry S. and Ella Graber Packard Fund for Pueblo application mirrors the Colorado Common Grant Application.
Grant applications must be submitted online. Please use Google Chrome as your browser and log into the online grants portal to apply. Follow the directions in the portal to complete the application.