Basic Human Needs.
Other Grant Programs
Lauren Townsend Memorial Wildlife Fund
This fund was established in 1999 by the family of Lauren Townsend, a vibrant and inspiring young woman who was a class valedictorian and co-captain of the girls volleyball team at Columbine High School. Lauren was one of the 13 victims killed in the school shootings on April 20, 1999.
The fund awards grants to nonprofit organizations nationwide that focus on animal welfare or wildlife preservation.
Organizations interested in applying for funding from the Lauren Townsend Memorial Wildlife/Scholarship Fund can print the document below which contains detailed application information. The 2013 grant application deadline is May 10th.
The Eulipions Fund
Eulipions, Inc. is a nonprofit organization which fosters, promotes and preserves the artistic expression with an emphasis on Colorado African-American heritage and lifestyles by providing grants to generate, assist, increase and encourage the performing arts in the Colorado African American Communities. Currently, the Eulipions Fund is not accepting grant proposals. If you would like to be notified when the next open grant cycle begins, please contact Sarah Harrison at email@example.com or 303.996.6486.
The Greenwood Fund
The Greenwood Fund is a donor-advised fund of The Denver Foundation that supports the conservation of museum artifacts and collections care projects within the museum community of Colorado and Wyoming. Annually the Fund will award approximately $5,000 in small grants ($500-$1000). Click here for eligibility and application process information.
The Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation Fund
Rollie R. Kelley was a successful businessman and entrepreneur who lived a life of charity with a strong sense of duty to the community. In the early 1990s he had a dream to create an entity that would continue this philosophy long after he was gone. From this dream, the Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation was born in 1994. In addition to life-long service to the YMCA, Shriners and Civitan International, Mr. Kelley served as a trustee to the Iliff School of Theology and his alma mater, Dakota Wesleyan University. Mr. Kelley passed away in September of 1999.
Click here for more information and the Letter of Inquiry process.
Social Venture Partners Denver is a donor-advised fund of The Denver Foundation that seeks to develop philanthropy and volunteerism among business professionals who wish to achieve positive social change in the Denver Metro area.
SVP Denver is a partner-driven organization dedicated to addressing education (K-6) and youth development issues in the community. SVP offers its 75+ partners anactive role in solving community issues by capitalizing on their valuable expertise and business background. Visit svpdenver.org for information.