Denver, CO—February 20, 2017—During the last six months of 2016, Rose Community Foundation awarded 481 grants totaling more than $6.5 million. Of this amount, $5,084,422 was awarded for 126 grants from Rose Community Foundation’s program areas to nonprofit organizations, government agencies and projects that support the health and well-being of the Greater Denver community. Donor-advised funds housed at the Foundation approved 355 grants totaling $1,451,008. Rose Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling more than $255 million since its inception in 1995.
The Foundation’s staff and board of trustees authorized the following grants between July 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016:
*Program grants are listed by program area and donor-directed grants are listed alphabetically. Locations indicate the organization’s headquarters, not necessarily the geographic area served.
PROGRAM AREA GRANTS
BUILDing Jewish ECE (Denver): $47,000 to help the four synagogues and JCCs, including Temple Emanuel, Temple Sinai, Robert E. Loup JCC, and the Boulder JCC, involved in BUILDing Jewish ECE’s first cohort continue learning and using sophisticated marketing and family engagement strategies to attract and retain young families.
Colorado Agency for Jewish Education (Denver): $44,688 over two years to expand Jewish Explorers, experiential Jewish learning classes and holiday celebrations for parents and young children in the Highlands and Stapleton neighborhoods.
Hillel of Colorado (Denver): $150,000 over two years for capacity so Hillel can raise the funds it needs to continue to serve Jewish students at Colorado State University, University of Colorado and University of Denver.
Honeymoon Israel (East Amherst, NY): $100,000 over two years to support a Colorado coordinator to staff immersive trips to Israel for young couples who have at least one Jewish partner, followed by peer-led programs and other Denver/Boulder activities in partnership with MazelTogether.
Jewish Federations of North America (New York): $2,500 to support leadership activities.
Kavod Senior Life (Denver): $70,150 for phase two of an intensive process to collect and utilize data that will inform and improve all resident programs and services at this HUD housing project for low-income seniors.
The Orthodox Union (New York, NY): $90,000 over three years to launch a National Council of Synagogue Youth Denver chapter to serve Jewish teens across all denominations and especially Orthodox teens.
Rose Community Foundation (Denver): $2,600 for the Kohelet Fellowship program, which engages parents in Jewish day schools and early childhood centers in an intensive two-year Jewish learning program.
Boomers Leading Change (Denver): $542,884 over two years (jointly funded with $270,784 from our Aging and $272,100 Health program areas) to provide adults 50+ with opportunities to make a difference in local communities in ways that are meaningful to the adults, as well as to those they serve. Colorado Nonprofit Development Center serves as fiscal sponsor.
Center for People with Disabilities (Denver): $9,500 to support the Beyond Vision Program that assists older adults who are visually impaired or blind to remain independent.
The Center for Trauma & Resilience (Denver): $10,000 for services and support that facilitate trauma recovery and increased independence and safety to crime victims age 60 and older in Denver County.
Colorado Department of Human Services – Colorado Commission on Aging (Denver): $215,000 for Senior Source, for a multi-media information and education campaign designed to bring resources to older adults and their caregivers, and for community outreach efforts.
Colorado Gerontological Society (Denver): $30,000 to provide individual screening, counseling and referral services for older adults and families on aging issues including Medicare and Medicaid enrollment.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of Colorado (Denver): $45,000 over 18 months to support Capitol Hill Care Link (a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community model) to serve as a “hub” in connecting LGBT and non-LGBT older adults to comprehensive programs and services to thrive safely and independently.
Grantmakers in Aging (Arlington, VA): $5,000 to build the capacity for Reframing Aging which aims to understand and change the way Americans think about aging.
Hunger Free Colorado (Denver): $25,000 over 18 months to serve low-income and impoverished older adults without access to nutritious food and facing hunger in the metro Denver area.
Neighbor Network (Denver): $25,000 to provide transportation and in-home supportive services that promote the independent living of isolated older adults in Douglas County. Colorado Nonprofit Development Center serves as fiscal sponsor.
Rose Community Foundation (Denver):
- $5,000 for a consultant to provide grant review services for the Aging program area
- $7,000 to co-host a Funders Idea Exchange breakfast and discussion at 2016 Grantmakers in Aging conference
Seniors’ Resource Center (Denver): $230,000 over two years for direct services, including transportation, to help older adults remain independent in the Greater Denver community.
University of Denver (Denver): $15,000 for the launch of Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging at the University of Denver.
Child and Family Development
Ability Connection Colorado (Denver): $7,500 to support the implementation of the Social Emotional Pyramid curriculum for all children to learn and thrive through family support and a nurturing educational environment.
The Acorn School for Early Childhood Development (Boulder): $4,000 to provide high-quality early education to students during the summer months, for students with no preschool education entering kindergarten in the fall.
Bal Swan Children’s Center (Broomfield): $5,000 to improve the programs and services to children with special needs, medical challenges and who may have school challenges.
Bright By Three (Denver): $30,000 for high-quality, research-based parenting information through a home visitation program and the Bright by Text delivery platform.
Broomfield Early Childhood Council (Broomfield): $10,000 to help young children in Broomfield county be ready for school and life with training and resources for parents and caregivers.
The Center for African American Health (Denver): $5,000 for a planning grant to implement a home visitation program that will serve low-income African-American families.
Child Learning Center, University of Colorado at Boulder (Boulder): $10,000 to provide assessment services, early childhood programs for children with and without disabilities, parent education and support, and community and state outreach support.
Children First of the Rockies (Longmont): $5,000 for the expansion of a parent education program in Spanish and English for low income, new or soon to be parents, guardians and child caregivers to build nurturing parenting skills, knowledge of child development and community connections.
Children’s Haven Child Care Center (Lakewood): $10,600 to support quality improvements for a high-quality early education center for low-income children in Southwest Denver.
Children’s Outreach Project (Denver): $10,000 for professional development and quality improvement of high-quality early childhood educational programming serving low income families.
Clayton Early Learning (Denver): $10,000 to support the state-level early childhood advocacy efforts.
Council for a Strong America (Washington, DC): $15,000 for the Colorado branch of a national, bipartisan nonprofit that unites five organizations comprised of law enforcement leaders, retired admirals and generals, business executives, pastors, and prominent coaches and athletes who promote solutions that ensure that our next generation is ready for school and life.
Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (Denver): $5,000 for onsite mental health services for Head Start children, including consultations with parents and teachers.
Denver Early Childhood Council (Denver): $20,000 to prepare young children in Denver county by supporting the early childhood community to provide high quality services.
Denver Public Library Friends Foundation (Denver): $10,000 for an early literacy program provided in low-income, often ethnically diverse neighborhoods in Denver.
Developmental Pathways (Englewood): $10,000 to implement the BABIES model that identifies the needs of NICU babies, so that more meaningful service plans can be created to address pressing issues early in the life of a child who is either premature and/or has special needs.
Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance (Wheat Ridge): $50,000 to support a statewide organization that provides access to quality services and supports for young children through a statewide network of Early Childhood Council leaders and key stakeholders.
Early Childhood Council of Boulder County (Lafayette): $16,000 to help young children in Boulder County be successful with a network of providers and policy makers that support parents and high quality services.
Early Childhood Funders Collaborative (Boston, MA): $10,000 to support a national network of early childhood funders. Third Sector New England is the fiscal sponsor.
Early Childhood Leadership Commission (Denver): $5,000 to develop a website for the Colorado Early Childhood Framework. Rose Community Foundation serves as the fiscal sponsor.
Early Excellence Program of Denver (Denver): $10,000 for professional development for the early childhood programs for low-income children in the Cole neighborhood in Denver.
Early Milestones Colorado (Denver):
- $100,000 to support a statewide organization that provides incubation of early childhood innovative programs and projects
- $3,500 for a grant writer for a Pay for Success federal grant opportunity
Families First (Denver): $10,000 for the Parents as Teachers program which provides the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the early years of life, birth to age five.
Family Resource Center Association (Denver): $353,000 to strengthen the statewide network of family resource centers which provide comprehensive community-based supports to improve the lives of individuals and families.
Family Star (Denver): $10,000 to support professional development for teachers that provide quality, bilingual, Montessori early childhood education and support services for low-income families in Denver.
Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado (Denver): $30,000 to support the two-generation program model that helps teen families break the cycle of poverty through education, health and wellness, and economic and social asset building.
Friends of the Haven (Denver): $10,000 to support professional development for Baby Haven, a place where women can recover from addictions, deliver healthy, drug-free babies, improve parenting skills and receive quality early educational services for their children.
Grantmakers for Education (Portland, OR): $1,000 for a reception during the 2016 Grantmakers for Education conference in Denver.
Growing Home (Westminster): $10,000 for evidence-based, early childhood intervention and literacy programs serving children, ages birth to eight years old.
Hope Center (Denver): $10,000 for professional development, materials and quality improvements to provide top quality early childhood education for low-income children in Northeast Denver.
Invest in Kids (Denver): $30,000 to continue the high-quality scaling efforts specific to The Incredible Years program, an evidence based program that prevents and treats behavior problems and promotes social, emotional and academic compentence for young children.
Jeffco Public Schools (Golden): $20,000 for weekly home visits for three to five year olds in the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters program.
Jefferson Center for Mental Health (Wheat Ridge): $10,000 for the Early Intervention Services program that provides therapeutic services, parenting skills education, and supportive resources to families with young children, ages birth to five years old.
Laradon (Denver): $10,000 to expand the staff capacity of the Family, Infant and Toddler Program which offers therapeutic services for young children with developmental disabilities or delays.
Mapleton Public Schools (Denver): $20,000 for the Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County as they help young children with comprehensive services and support for their parents.
Metropolitan State University of Denver Foundation (Denver): $10,000 for the Family Literacy Program which breaks the cycle of inter-generational poverty by building the literacy skills of whole families.
Mile High Early Learning (Denver):
- $25,000 for a strategic planning process that will guide the organization’s growth and quality initiatives at a center that offers a quality educational experience to low-income children
- $20,000 for the Babies Ready for College program that provides pertinent information to parents and Family, Friend, and Neighbor providers of children birth to 3 years old regarding the growth and development of young children and strategies in which to support that growth
New Horizons Preschool (Boulder): $5,000 to support low-income, Latino children and their families through the Parent Outreach Program.
OUR Center (Longmont): $10,000 for early childhood development and professional development of teachers and staff at a high-quality child care center in Longmont.
Parent Possible (Denver):
- $30,000 for general support for systems building, training and technical assistance for parent initiatives and support for policy and collaboration work
- $50,000 over two years for the implementation of Vroom in Colorado, an app that helps busy parents turn everyday moments into brain building moments
Pay for Success (Denver): $16,313 to support the Colorado Funders Pay For Success Collaborative. Rose Community Foundation serves as the fiscal sponsor.
Policy Matters (Broomfield): $10,000 for a one year contract for state-level legislative monitoring services.
Qualistar Colorado (Denver): $30,000 to improve child care quality across the state by raising the qualifications of the child care workforce and improving learning environments to ensure that low-income children have access to high-quality child care.
Reach Out and Read Colorado (Denver): $7,500 to support an early literacy program at pediatricians’ offices for children under age six in Metro Denver, with a focus on families living in poverty.
Red Rocks Community College Foundation (Lakewood): $10,000 for the development of a concurrent enrollment pathway for high school students to attain an early childhood certificate before they graduate high school.
Rose Community Foundation (Denver):
- $1,000 for membership dues for the Colorado Early Childhood Network
- $2,000 to host a legislative education session on early childhood
Sewall Child Development Center (Denver): $7,500 to support professional development for a high-quality, inclusive early childhood program.
Third Sector New England (Boston, MA): $25,000 for development of the iScaffold classroom evaluation tool,Tools of the Mind training and development of a Tools Fidelity Instrument.
TLC Learning Center (Longmont): $15,000 for training staff in the Pyramid Plus positive behavior development model and provide mental health services through a program called Kid Connects.
University of Colorado Foundation (Denver): $15,000 for the implementation and evaluation of the Pregnancy and Parenting Partners program that offers prenatal, postnatal and pediatric care.
YWCA Boulder County (Boulder): $15,000 to support Children’s Alley, Boulder’s only drop-in, temporary childcare center that serves children ages six weeks to 12 years old.
Adams County Youth Initiative (Thornton): $15,000 to offer monthly continuous improvement coaching to partners willing to take action to improve cradle to career programing.
America Achieves (New York, NY): $15,000 to support the America Achieves (AA) Colorado Educator Voice Fellowship Program, which equips top teachers to tap their classroom and school expertise and be co-architects of state and local education policy that raises standards for teaching and learning.
Aurora Citizens for Excellent Schools (Centennial): $2,500 to support the Yes on 3C Campaign for Aurora Public Schools.
Center for Teaching Quality (Carrboro, NC): $65,000 to design the Luminary Learning Network (LLN) Teacher Advisory Council which develops action plans to reach school-wide goals and design professional learning for colleagues to build expertise among the individual schools.
Chalkbeat (New York, NY): $25,000 for ongoing coverage of education policy and education reform efforts in Denver and at the state level.
Climb Higher Colorado (Denver): $100,000 for a coalition that informs parents, teachers, policy makers and other key stakeholders about the importance of the Colorado Academic Standards and aligned tests.
Colorado Education Organizing Funders Collaborative (Denver): $10,000 to launch a new field-building campaign in Aurora. Rose Community Foundation serves as the fiscal sponsor.
Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (Denver): $35,000 to support a statewide report on English language learner instruction in school districts across Colorado.
Denver Public Schools Foundation (Denver): $45,900 to increase overall student achievement at McGlone Academy, an expanding and replicating K-8 public innovation school.
Education Reform Now (Denver): $3,000 for school leaders at public innovation schools to visit Boston to learn more about their innovation zone models.
For Denver’s Kids (Denver): $1,000 to support the 3A and 3B Campaign for Denver Public Schools.
Generation Teach, Inc. (New York, NY): $50,000 for the Generation Teach summer teaching fellowship and learning program.
Hope Street Group (Washington, D.C.): $10,000 to support Hope Street’s National Teacher Fellowship Program.
Make Your Mark Denver (Denver): $15,000 for a partnership with the City and County of Denver-Office of Children’s Affairs and Denver Public Schools to recruit and retain educators of color. The Denver Foundation serves as the fiscal sponsor.
Padres & Jóvenes Unidos (Denver): $24,626 to engage low-income parents in Southwest Denver in ensuring success of the new Kepner Beacon Middle School as well as three additional feeder elementary schools in Southwest Denver.
Parent Teacher Home Visit Project (Sacramento, CA): $50,000 for support to establish a Colorado regional hub of the PTHV Project, a high-impact model of family, student and educator engagement.
Policy Matters (Broomfield): $10,000 for a one-year contract for state-level legislative monitoring services.
Rose Community Foundation (Denver):
- $20,000 for a case study on Year 1 of public innovation schools in Denver Public Schools
- $1,200 for three panel speakers for the Grantmakers for Education conference in Denver
Teach Plus (Boston, MA): $200,000 to launch one-year teaching policy fellowships that empower excellent, solutions-oriented teachers to inform Colorado state education policy.
University of Colorado Foundation (Denver): $10,000 to support the innovation school leadership study.
Restricted Fund Grants
Rose Community Foundation administers designated funds in partnership with the Ford Foundation to support More and Better Learning Time.
Padres & Jóvenes Unidos (Denver): $50,374 to engage low-income parents in Southwest Denver in ensuring success of the new Kepner Beacon Middle School as well as three additional feeder elementary schools in Southwest Denver.
Boomers Leading Change (Denver): $542,884 over two years (jointly funded with $270,784 from our Aging and $272,100 Health program areas) to provide adults 50+ with opportunities to make a difference in local communities in ways that are meaningful to the adults, as well as to those they serve. Colorado Nonprofit Development Center serves as the fiscal sponsor.
The Center for African American Health (Denver): $50,000 for general operating support to promote healthy lifestyles and behaviors among Denver area African Americans.
Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation (Aurora): $206,951 over two years to support the First 1,000 Days Initiative, that focuses on improving young child and family outcomes and mitigating toxic stress.
ClinicNET (Aurora): $3,000 for general operating support for this professional association of Colorado’s community clinics.
Colorado Center on Law and Policy (Denver): $1,098 for leadership development activities.
Colorado Children’s Campaign (Denver): $4,000 for leadership development activities.
Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved (Denver): $3,300 for leadership development activities.
Colorado Consumer Health Initiative (Denver):
- $216,666 over two years for general operating support for policy advocacy and strategic engagement efforts to improve access to affordable, quality and equitable care
- $4,000 for leadership development activities
Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (Denver): $699 to support a convening entitled, “Addressing the Social Determinants of Family Health in Children’s Integrated Medical Care.”
Colorado Disability Benefits Support Program (Denver): $30,000 in support for the Capacity Building and Sustainability Project in order to enhance organizational sustainability and increase the numbers served.
Colorado Health Institute (Denver): $300,000 for general operating support directed toward core legislative activities, including the annual Hot Issues in Health Care conference.
The Colorado Prevention Center (Aurora): $23,000 to create and implement a sustainability plan that will identify new funding streams to support the organization.
Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (Denver): $163,875 for a pilot project to implement a patient consent model for the exchange of behavioral health information.
Grantmakers in Health (Washington, D.C.): $4,025 to support the activities of this national association of grantmakers dedicated to improving the nation’s health.
JSI Research & Training Institute (Boston, MA): $29,055 for a consulting contract to conduct a health literacy scan to help foundation staff better understand health literacy challenges, successes, and opportunities and potentially set up a funding opportunity for organizations working in the field.
Mental Health Center of Denver (Denver): $100,000 for capital support of the Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being, a multi-faceted child and family community center in the Northeast Park Hill neighborhood.
Mental Health Colorado (Denver): $135,000 over two years to support mental health public policy work and advocacy.
Mile High Health Alliance (Denver): $60,000 for the launch and initial operations of the Mile High Specialty Care Network to connect primary care patients to specialty care providers in Denver. Colorado Nonprofit Development Center serves as the fiscal sponsor.
Steadman Group, LLC (Denver): $6,000 for technical assistance and coordination to child and family health and mental health advocates and stakeholders so they can more effectively respond to the Accountable Care Collaborative draft Request for Proposals.
The following organizations received $10,000 grants to prevent and/or respond to acts of hate, bigotry or anti-Semitism which have increased in the uncertain times following the November election. Their work is ultimately consistent with the values of justice and nondiscrimination that have always guided the Foundation’s work.
The organizations that received these grants are:
- American Civil Liberties Union
- Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Regional Office
- The Center
- Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC)
- Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy & Research Organization
- Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning
- Together Colorado
Donor-advised funds housed at the Foundation made 355 grants totaling $1,451,008.
( ) – indicates number of distributions to organization
The Adoption Exchange
American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado (2)
American Diabetes Association, Colorado Area
American Friends of Darche Noam
American Friends of Magen David Adom
The American Friends of Migdal Ohr
American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Inc.
American Indian College Fund
American Jewish World Service (2)
The American Transplant Foundation
Anchor Center for Blind Children
Anderson Ranch Arts Foundation
Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program
Anti-Defamation League, Mountain States Region (5)
Aspen Community Foundation (3)
The Aspen Institute
Aspen Jewish Congregation
Aspen Prep Academy
The Aspen Strong Foundation
Aspen Waldorf Foundation
Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (2)
Austin City Limits
Avon Walk for Breast Cancer
Beth El Synagogue (3)
Beth Jacob Congregation
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver
Breakthrough Kent Denver
Brent Eley Foundation (3)
Bright By Three
Business and Schools in Collaboration
Camp Ramah in California, Inc.
Cancer League of Colorado Foundation
Canine Companions for Independence (2)
Carbondale Arts (2)
Carbondale Community School
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (2)
Celebrate the Beat
Center for the Arts Evergreen
Center for Women’s Health Research, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (2)
The Chai Center (2)
Cherry Hills Palmer Scholarship Foundation
Child & Family Field of Interest (2)
Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation (3)
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Colorado Children’s Campaign
The Colorado Children’s Chorale
Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (2)
Colorado Donor Alliance
Colorado Fiscal Institute
The Colorado Golf Association
Colorado “I Have A Dream”® Foundation (2)
Colorado Infectious Diseases Society of America
Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (4)
Colorado Public Radio (2)
Colorado Public Television
Colorado Wild Public Lands
Colorado Youth Matter
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture
Congregation Beth Evergreen
Congregation Beth Menachem of Glogev (2)
Craig Hospital Foundation
Crested Butte Land Trust
Day of Caring for Breast Cancer Awareness
Delta Eta Boule Foundation
Denver Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Denver Art Museum (2)
Denver Botanic Gardens (2)
Denver Food Rescue
Denver Health & Hospitals Foundation (2)
The Denver Hospice (2)
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Denver Public Library Friends Foundation
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Denver Scholarship Foundation
Denver School of the Arts Friends Foundation
Dumb Friends League
Eagle Valley Land Trust
East Angel Friends & Alumni Foundation
Education Foundation of Eagle County
Energy Outreach Colorado
Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation
Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado (3)
Food Bank of the Rockies (3)
Free to Breathe
Friends of Foothills Animal Shelter
Friends of the Arava Institute
Friends of United Hatzalah
The Foxie G Foundation
Girl Scouts of Colorado
Girls Athletic Leadership Schools
Girls Incorporated of Metro Denver
Girls on the Run of the Rockies
Global Kindness (2)
Global Livingston Institute (2)
Global Partners for Health
Graland Country Day School
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (2)
Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Hearts and Horses Therapeutic Riding Center
Hebrew Educational Alliance (2)
Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families
High Country News
Hillel the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life, University of Michigan
Himalayan Children’s Fund (2)
History Colorado (2)
Hunger Free Colorado (2)
Independence Pass Foundation
Inner City Health Center
Invest in Kids (2)
Jewish Community of Amherst
Jewish Education Center of South Florida
The Jewish Experience
Jewish Family Service of Colorado (8)
Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit
Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles (2)
Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee
Jewish Healing and Hospice Center of Los Angeles
Jewish Resource Center Chabad of Aspen (2)
Judaism Your Way
Judi’s House (3)
Kent Denver School (2)
Kestrel Land Trust
Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (3)
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Rocky Mountain Chapter
Lewis & Clark College
The Literacy Project
Littleton Public Schools
Marshall Direct Fund
Matthew Harris Ornstein Memorial Foundation
McDowell Sonoran Land Conservancy
Melanoma Research Foundation
Mental Health Colorado (2)
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust
NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado Foundation
National Geographic Society
National Jewish Health
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
National Park Foundation
The Nature Conservancy
Navy Seal Foundation
New Era Colorado Foundation (2)
No Barriers USA
Northeast Organic Farming Association, Massachusetts Chapter
The Park People
Phillips Exeter Academy
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (2)
PLAY Boulder Foundation
Posner Center for International Development
The Private Redemption Foundation
Project PAVE (3)
Protect Our Winters
RAFT Colorado (2)
Raymond Wentz Foundation
Reach Out and Read Colorado
Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust
Road to Hope of Haiti
Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers
Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center (6)
Rocky Mountain PBS (3)
Rose Community Foundation (5)
Rose Women’s Organization Donor-Advised Fund
Rose Youth Foundation Endowment (2)
Rowan Tree Foundation
Sarcoma Foundation of America
Seeds of Solidarity Education Center
Semper Fi Fund
Senior Support Services, Inc.
Shalom Cares (5)
Shambhala Mountain Center
Sheila Bugdanowitz Memorial Fund (3)
Sierra Club Foundation
Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center
Solar Cookers International
St. John’s Foundation
Stanley British Primary School
Starfish One by One
The Survivor Mitzvah Project
Temple Beth Am
Temple Emanuel (2)
There With Care (2)
Third Sector New England
Third Way Center
The Trust for Public Land – Denver Office (2)
University of Colorado Foundation (3)
University of Denver (2)
University of Denver Sturm College of Law (3)
University of Idaho Foundation, Inc.
University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Foundation
University of Wisconsin Foundation
Valley View Hospital Foundation
Visiting Nurse Corporation of Colorado
Warren Village (3)
Washington University in St. Louis
Western Colorado Congress
Western Golf Association
Wilderness Workshop (2)
Women’s Bean Project
Young Americans Center for Financial Education
Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!)