Black Resilience in Colorado (BRIC) Fund Announces 2020 Grantees


Engaged Philanthropy Team
December 16, 2020

In the six months since the launch of BRIC, the fund has received over $1.3M in investments from generous donors in our community. Thanks to these gifts, BRIC distributed $467,500 in grants to 29 Black-led and Black serving nonprofit organizations. See a full list of organizations funded through BRIC’s inaugural grant cycle below. 

For organizations interested in applying for funding, the next BRIC application cycle will open on Tuesday, January 19, and close on Friday, February 19. Applications should be submitted through The Denver Foundation’s online grant portal

To learn more about BRIC, visit our website.

If you have questions about BRIC, please contact lsullivan@denverfoundation.org.

Project Voyce Youth
Pictured: Project Voyce, 2020 BRIC grantee.

Black Resilience in Colorado (BRIC) 2020 Grantees

Athletics & Beyond

SCD Enrichment Program

Issues of Life Church Ministries Aurora

Apprentice of Peace Youth Organization

THE NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

Second Chance Center, Inc.

Another Life Foundation

Soul 2 Soul

New Dance Theatre, Inc.

RISE 5280

EduCtr

Rocky Mountain Public Media

Park Hill Pirates Youth Sports Organization

Denver Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship Foundation

Young African Americans for Social & Political Activism

Make a Chess Move-MACM

Thelma’s Dream

Crowley Foundation Inc.

Project VOYCE

Curls On The Block

Fighting to Farm

Black American West Museum & Heritage Center

5th Element Center for Dance

Ethiopian Community Television

Boss Generation

Foundation for Black Entrepreneurship

HOPE Center