Our commitment to rural Colorado
Learn how our rural learning network brings funders together to share strategies, collaborate with local communities
Stronger connections. Stronger communities.
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Advocacy and Policy
Use Philanthropy Colorado's Advocacy and Policy Toolkit for Grantmakers to engage on policy issues →
Peer Learning Networks
Connect with member colleagues on issues and roles such as impact investing, finance, technology, leadership, early childhood, climate and more
Programs
30
Jan
Learning Program
By the numbers: How Colorado is changing and what it means for investing in communities
1
Feb
Peer Group Meeting
Arts and Culture Funders Group
6
Feb
Peer Group Meeting
Colorado Community Foundation CEO Network
LATEST NEWS
Giving Voice Blog
Update: Migrants arriving from Southern border: Resources and Needs
January 26, 2023
Giving Voice Blog
Update: Standing against hate with Colorado Springs and LGBTQ+ community
January 19, 2023
Giving Voice Blog
Member Spotlight: Curtis L. Esquibel and Boettcher Foundation
January 11, 2023
MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

“Philanthropy Colorado helps our sector to deepen its understanding of the important and unmet needs of rural communities. The organization’s Rural Funders Learning Network is just that – a network where we connect and collaborate with other funders to work more effectively in how we support rural communities.”
- Curtis L. Esquibel | Director of Communications & Community Engagement | Boettcher Foundation 

Visit our Colorado Giving Voice blog to learn more about Curtis and the Boettcher Foundation

Thank you to our members providing leadership support this year: