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FINDING FUNDING ON THE
Research is the first step for success in grantwriting. Developed by Community Resource Center, The Colorado Grants Guide® is Colorado's leading tool for grant funding research. This comprehensive, online database profiles over 780 local foundations and trusts, corporations, national funders, government agencies, and religious organizations that support Colorado nonprofit organizations.
Participants of this training will learn the steps necessary to develop an organized, focused approach to research and how to optimize their search efforts, using this online resource. Save valuable time and resources and master The Colorado Grants Guide® today.
- Master your usage of The Colorado Grants Guide® online for grant funding research
- Understand basic grant terminology and how research fits into the larger process
- How to create a plan to execute proposals
Join us for Finding Funding on the Web -- a webinar where participants will learn to develop an organized, focused approach to research and how to optimize their search efforts, using the Colorado Grants Guide™.
*Please note: This is a webinar training. PAID participants will receive audio and visual login information VIA EMAIL 24 hours prior to the start of training. For technical assistance, call 303-623-1540 X143.
Cost: $25 Early Bird (ends Thursday, 11/07) | $35 Regular
Approximately $1.3M will be distributed throughout three upcoming grant cycles. General operating and programmatic grants will be awarded to organizations and programs that:
- Support the marginalized, the socially and economically disadvantaged
- Provide resources for achieving and maintaining healthy, independent lives
- Maintain, nurture and strengthen healthy minds and bodies
- Offer opportunities for well-being and quality of life
Application deadlines are at 5 p.m. on the following dates:
- October 4, 2019
- January 10, 2020
- July 2, 2020
Rocky Mountain Health Foundation strives to improve the health of Western Slope Coloradans by promoting the health and well-being of Western Slope communities. “Well-being” includes not only physical and behavioral health-related issues but the factors that can affect one’s health—or the Social Determinants of Health.
Rocky Mountain Health Foundation is a responsive grant maker and awards grants to Western Slope-based Colorado nonprofit organizations who have both programmatic services and personnel residing in our service area and align with at least one funding priority:
- Basic Needs
- Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health
- Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health
- Community-Based Health Projects
Funding priorities, guidelines and eligibility requirements, and funded projects can be found at the website. Sign up for the grant management platform to apply online.
Girl Scouts of Colorado is looking for a confident person with good communication skills to recruit girl and adult members on the Western Slope. This person would be responsible for utilizing sales strategies and techniques to generate qualified girl and adult volunteer leads. We have great benefits including health, dental and life insurance, retirement plan match and 20 vacation days per year upon employment. Please visit our site and apply today! The best part of working at Girl Scouts of Colorado is that you make a difference in the lives of girls every day. https://apply.coolworks.com/gsco-careers/job-details.asp?JobID=41355
Peer Assistance Services, Inc. (PAS) is a community-based, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit Colorado corporation. Our mission statement, dedicated to quality, accessible prevention and intervention services in workplaces and communities, focused on substance use and related issues, guides all agency programming.
Primary Purpose of Position: The Peer Health Assistance Programs provide evaluation, referral, long term case management and monitoring for health and mental health professionals with physical, emotional, psychiatric, and psychological or substance use conditions affecting their practice. PAS contracts with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Professions and Occupations to provide the Peer Health Assistance Programs which are statutorily created and funded by license fees. This position is responsible for ongoing case management including referral to treatment and community resources, monitoring compliance and reporting. This position requires attention to client ability to practice with reasonable skill and safety that includes timely reporting to the regulatory boards. In addition to regular client communication, the Case Manager regularly communicates with treatment providers and workplace supervisors.
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