We serve as a connector, partner, collaborator and resource to fuel the power of community for the greater good. Our grantmaking process is highly targeted and guided by our strategic plan. We typically release a few grant opportunities each year that vary in strategy, size and scope. Nonprofits working in our focus areas are invited to explore our grant opportunities below.
Name of Grant Opportunity
|Improving Conditions of Community Health in Jefferson County: 2019 Access to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment Grant Opportunity (PDF) >||July 25, 2019|
|2019 Incentive Grants for Nonprofit Endowment Partners >||Jan. 1, 2019 – Dec. 31, 2019|
If your organization works within our focus areas but no grant opportunity aligns with your services at this time, we still want to be part of your network. In addition to our financial resources, we value our role as a connector, partner and collaborator. We welcome you to contact with the Vice President of Community Impact, Noah Atencio.
Community First Foundation strengthens nonprofits in a variety of ways. We can help you manage an endowment, connect with supporters through ColoradoGives.org or facilitate meaningful discussions in our free Meeting Space.
Vice President of Community Impact
Contact Noah with questions about our grantmaking strategy and opportunities in our mental wellness focus area.
720.898.5931 | natencio@CommunityFirstFoundation.org
Grants Administration Manager
Contact Paul if you are an existing grantee, or if you have questions about submitting a grant application or report.
720.898.5918 | pmulligan@CommunityFirstFoundation.org
Raymael Blackwell, Program Associate
Contact Raymael with questions about eligibility, how to apply for a grant and opportunities in our mental wellness focus area.
720.898.5915 | rblackwell@CommunityFirstFoundation.org