Join Philanthropy Colorado for a briefing call about actions that federal, state, and local governments are taking to deploy resources to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. This briefing will cover questions that funders may have as they evaluate shifting needs in communities, including:
- What federal and state funds have become available to respond to needs arising related to COVID-19? What are those funds being used to do?
- What changes are being made to public programs that fund healthcare, food assistance, and other needs to cope with changing needs and circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic?
- What actions are local governments like cities, counties, and school districts taking that impact the services they provide to their communities?
Kyle Rojas Legleiter, senior director of public policy at the Colorado Health Foundation, will moderate this briefing and be joined by other experts who can shed light on your questions about how government institutions are supporting Colorado's response to COVID-19. We will also include other timely updates and announcements for the Colorado funding community.
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