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The 2024 Children, Youth, and Families grant cycle will only be open to organizations that received consecutive funding in both our 2022 and 2023 Children, Youth, and Families grant cycles.
The 2024 funding opportunity for Caring for Colorado’s Healthy Beginnings, Healthy Youth, and Strong & Resilient Families focus areas will only be open to organizations that received funding in our 2023 grant cycle. Eligible organizations will receive direct communication from foundation staff, along with the information needed to submit a renewal application.
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Partnering with Upstream USA to improve person centered contraceptive care
Announcing Choose When, a new initiative of Caring for Colorado
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Grants Awarded: 12 Health Care Organizations to Improve Person-Centered Contraceptive Care
Grantee Spotlight: Public Policy Advocacy Funding Supports the Next Generation of Latina Leaders
Around Our Offices: Thank You to Our Board Members
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100+ Grants Awarded: More than $6 Million Going to Organizations
Increasing Access to Family Child Care and Homeownership in Ouray
Funding Opportunities Closing Soon
Welcome Jocelyn Bowyer and Amy Maillet
Deadline: Thursday, September 14, 2023, at 5 pm Caring for Colorado’s statewide grant application for funding in Public Policy Advocacy is now open! Application Process and Deadline Caring for Colorado’s application process is divided into two parts. Part 1 offers organizations the...
Featured in this newsletter• ReproCollab Part 1 Advocacy Application Now Open• DOLA Nonprofit Infrastructure Grant Application Now Open ReproCollab funding opportunity is now open! The purpose of ReproCollab's Lead and Advocate for Reproductive Equity funding priority is to leverage community,...
Grantee Spotlight: Alamosa High School Supporting Teen Mental Health During National Mental Health Awareness Month, we are featuring youth-led efforts to strengthen the social, emotional and mental health support system for Alamosa High School (AHS) students. AHS is a grantee of Caring for...
Featured in this Newsletter: • Illuminate Colorado and Child Abuse Prevention Month Grantee Spotlight: Illuminate Colorado As daffodils, crocus, and tulips push past late season snow and harken the return of spring in Colorado, a blossom of bright blue pinwheels is also visible in many...
We are happy to report the results of Caring for Colorado’s work to create equity in health, well-being, and opportunity for Colorado’s children and families. In 2022 we continued our work to increase access to the COVID-19 vaccine in communities disproportionally impacted by the virus,...
Featured in this Newsletter:• ReproCollab Funding Priorities Announced• New Funding Opportunity: Protect and Expand Contraceptive Access ReproCollab Announces Funding Priorities ReproCollab is a Caring for Colorado-led initiative that builds partnerships and provides grant funding to advance...