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The advisory council members discussed proposals, strategized their grantmaking decisions, and prioritized organizations with:. In addition to funding, we look forward to partnering with our grantees to learn from their leadership, share their stories, make connections to other funders and partners, and more. We invite you to us in supporting their important work. Are you a funder interested in rural Colorado?

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When we asked the community what you would like to see from this fund, we heard loud and clear how critical it is to support women, girls, and nonbinary people of color leaders. Our investment in these grantees is also an investment in their powerful, inspiring, and visionary leaders.

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Mission: Our organization exists to provide grassroots advocacy, mutual aid for Black, indigenous, and queer women, and to build organizing capacity. We help to build leadership skills and work skills by encouraging BIPoC and queer women to claim their seat at the table. Mission: Empowering historically marginalized groups to positively lead and mobilize community transformation through youth-centered leadership, knowledge, and opportunities for action.

Mission: We exist as a means of continued organizing, direct service, and systems change work with folks impacted by marginalization and historic neglect — primarily Chicanx, indigenous, and immigrant people in Pueblo County and throughout this area of the state. EMS ensures past efforts are recognized and present work is supported. Mission: Growing Together breaks down barriers by providing culturally appropriate tools and opportunities to engage, empower, value, and integrate immigrants and their children into the community. Mission: To create together one community of intersections of native cultural diversity, equitable health and wellness access including environmental preservation for current and future generations.

Mission: To proactively promote and support successful integration of immigrant and local community members in Northwest Colorado through education, intercultural exchange, and collaboration to build a more united community where its members can communicate, participate, and contribute. In Augustwe began as a Home School Cooperative program that is rooted in justice education social justice, food justice, environmental justice.

Mission: The Learning Council is a community organization supporting lifelong learning and education as a resource for everyone. The Learning Council provides complimentary educational opportunities, celebrating the arts and agriculture, stimulating creativity, enriching local culture, and bolstering community health and vitality. We believe in lifelong learning and education as a resource for everyone. Mission: OneMorgan County fosters relationships among diverse people and organizations to strengthen the well-being, safety, and cohesive nature of our community.

Organizations based in the Front Range interested in applying can visit our website to learn more, read our FAQ, and submit their information in our interest form to stay in touch. our social media network by engaging with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, and by watching our videos on Vimeo. We have advised you to seek your own legal Women looking sex Conejos Colorado tax advice in connection with gift and planning matters.

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View our privacy policy or unsubscribe. About Connect Giving Impact. Meet Our Grantee Partners When we asked the community what you would like to see from this fund, we heard loud and clear how critical it is to support women, girls, and nonbinary people of color leaders. County Collective, Inc. Trujillo, Interim Board Chair Service area: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Otero, and Pueblo counties Mission: We exist as a means of continued organizing, direct service, and systems change work with folks impacted by marginalization and historic neglect — primarily Chicanx, indigenous, and immigrant people in Pueblo County and throughout this area of the state.

Growing TogetherSummit County Milena Quiros, Director Service Area: Summit County Mission: Growing Together breaks down barriers by providing culturally appropriate tools and opportunities to engage, empower, value, and integrate immigrants and their children into the community. Herbal Gardens WellnessCuster County Nancy Rae Kochis-Clark, Founder Service Area: Statewide Mission: To create together one community of intersections of native cultural diversity, equitable health and wellness access including environmental preservation for current and future generations.

Integrated CommunityRoutt County Nelly Navarro, Executive Director Service Area: Moffat and Routt counties Mission: To proactively promote and support successful integration of immigrant and local community members in Northwest Colorado through education, intercultural exchange, and collaboration to build a more united community where its members can communicate, participate, and contribute.

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