Join Philanthropy Colorado in partnership with TFN’s Intermountain West Funders Network for a roundtable discussion to learn how federal economic and community development funding from the American Rescue Plan and other new federal programs will provide critical resources for communities across the Mountain West.
Register for this event here.
Funders and their grantees have many questions about how these dollars will be deployed in the region, what particular areas will be prioritized, and how we can ensure that this historic investment of federal funding supports our most impacted communities, including Black, Indigenous and communities of color.
Colorado and New Mexico are places where the U.S. Economic Development Administration, state agencies, funders, and nonprofit organizations are working to engage and coordinate as the new Federal administration puts forth priority investments in closer alignment with issues important to funders in our region and across the country.
This webinar will help unpack what streams of federal dollars will be running through the regional offices of the Economic Development Agency, will spotlight the example of how Intermountain West states, namely Colorado and New Mexico, are preparing for and prioritizing how federal dollars will be spent and will lift up examples of how several funders investing in capacity building efforts to make sure that lower wealth and BIPOC communities. If there are any questions, please reach out to Amy Swiatek, Director of Rural and Statewide Networks, Philanthropy Colorado.
Angela Belden Martinez, Regional Director, U.S. Economic Development Administration
Terry Brunner, CEO, Pivotal New Mexico
Chantal Unfug, Director of the Division of Local Goverment, State of Colorado Department of Local Affairs
Paul Major, President and CEO, Telluride Foundation
Trent Thompson, Colorado & Utah Representative, U.S. Economic Development Administration