Grant Details

Colorado Health Foundation

Contact
Name
Phone
(303) 953-3600
Address
1780 Pennsylvania St.
Denver, CO 80203
Details
Programs
  • Youth Development, Youth Programs
  • Health
  • Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
  • Recreation, Sports, Youth Sports
  • Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy
  • Community Improvement, Capacity Building
States
  • Colorado
Maximum Grant Amount
not specified
Deadline
June 15, 2024
Description

The Colorado Health Foundation supports health projects focused on improving health and healthcare for Colorado residents.

These funding opportunities are open for the June 15, 2024 grant deadline (each one is described more fully on the Foundation website):

Community-Initiated Solutions
Applicants may request funding to support a range of programs and/or projects identified by community members as necessary to address their own health challenges. 

Advancing Advocacy and Justice with Communities of Color
Funding will support both long-term movement-building and the ability of advocacy groups to act when high-leverage opportunities to influence more equitable policy solutions and civic reforms arise.

Supporting Healthy Minds and Youth Resiliency
The Foundation will support youth of color and youth who identify as LGBTQ+ (age 12 - 18) as they explore and grow their resiliency through identity, agency and belonging. 

Equitable Community-Designed Outdoor Spaces
This funding opportunity supports planning grants to inform the design and construction of outdoor spaces, such as playgrounds and parks across Colorado that allow children, youth and families to become co-designers of their own reimagined spaces for physical activity while fostering a sense of community, agency and belonging.

Supporting Coloradans in Recovery through Nonclinical Programs
This funding opportunity will support individuals with mental health and/or substance use challenges in accessing culturally responsive non-clinical support services close to home that will make recovery possible. Through this funding opportunity, the Foundation is interested in strengthening non-clinical recovery support programs that focus on the community and purpose dimensions of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA's) model of recovery.

Supporting Holistic, Culturally Responsive and Youth-Driven Physical Well-being
This funding opportunity will support high-quality, high-impact youth programs that advance physical well-being programming that is holistic, culturally responsive and informed or driven by youth and their families. It will help to elevate the assets of youth and their families, so they have the agency and self-determination to make decisions related to good physical well-being that pull from their cultural background and experiences.


Eligibility
501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, schools, government agencies in Colorado and serving Colorado residents are eligible to apply.

Note from your Grant Gopher team: Funding focus areas can change from cycle to cycle. If a current funding round does not meet your needs, be sure to review it again in the future.

Grant information was last reviewed by our staff on 3/20/2024

Application Link
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