Community Grants Program Fall 2022

Priority funding areas of the Community Grants Program are: Economic Opportunity Education Environment and Climate Housing Transportation

Deane Early Learning Equity Grant

The Deane Early Learning Equity Grant aims to address systemic barriers within early learning environments for Colorado children birth-8 years old who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

Eulipions Fund

Eulipions, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that fosters, promotes, and preserves the artistic expression with an emphasis on Colorado African-American heritage and lifestyles by providing grants to generate, assist, increase…

Gorham/McGee Early Learning Fund

The Denver Foundation is pleased to invite qualified nonprofits to apply for funding for The Gorham/McGee Early Learning Fund. The Gorham/McGee Early Learning Fund is a new fund that will…

Greenwood Fund

The Greenwood Fund supports the conservation of museum artifacts and collections-care projects within Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming. Grants are available annually. Priority is given to smaller museums. Grant size…

Lowe Fund

The Lowe Fund is a field of interest fund at The Denver Foundation. Established in the 1960s by the Lowe family, the fund has been managed by The Denver Foundation…

Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation

Administered by his three children, the Foundation seeks to continue Mr. Kelley’s pursuit of enhanced business and cultural education in the Rocky Mountain region. The fund’s focus is on programs…

Strengthening Neighborhoods

Strengthening Neighborhoods awards grants are usually a maximum of $5,000. The average grant size is $2,500. Grants are made directly to residents for use in resident-led projects that address one…