As our community continues with the health and economic implications of the COVID-19 crisis, nonprofits and small business throughout Jefferson County have sought to meet the sudden and emergency needs of our community.
The COPIC Medical Foundation has kicked off its new strategic responsive grantmaking approach. Beginning in 2020, the COPIC Medical Foundation will move away from a process structured around open submission grant cycles.
The COVID-19 crisis has had an enormous impact operationally, educationally, and economically on our P-12 school districts, charter schools, and institutions of higher education, as well as students, parents and families.
The Community Foundation Boulder County has distributed $263,543 in grants in an effort to strengthen the community’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
As advocates from the streets to the boardrooms call for greater funding of Black-led organizations, a new brief from the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) finds that only 1% of grantmaking by some of the largest local community foundations goes to Black communities, even thou
You’ve heard the saying, “Change moves at the speed of trust.” In the climate movement, we have serious trust issues.
The disproportionate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) communities have brought much needed attention to the racialized impacts of the extractive, capitalist economic system of the United States.