In 2016, The Denver Post Community Foundation was pleased to grant $225,250 to more than 36 nonprofit organizations across Metro Denver! Congratulations to all of the deserving agencies and thank you for the work you do to improve and enrich the lives of those in our community! To see a list of the 2016 grant recipients, click here.
Congratulations to Metropolitan State University of Denver Foundation’s Family Literacy Program for their $5,000 grant presented at Denver Post Pen & Podium on November 14, 2016. Pictured from left to right are Janine Jackson, Adam Million and Program Director, Dr. Adriann Wycoff, MSU Denver; award winning author, Lauren Groff; and Tracy Ulmer, The Denver Post Community Foundation.
On Monday, September 26, 2016, The Denver Post Community Foundation was pleased to present a $5,000 grant to support the Motheread/Fatheread program. Colorado Humanities is one of five organizations focused on literacy that will be recognized at The Denver Post Pen & Podium Series. Pictured from left to right are Vera Atilano, Motheread/Fatheread Program Coordinator; Josephine Jones, Colorado Humanities Program Director; Tracy Ulmer, Executive Director of The Denver Post Community Foundation, John Irving, Author; and Maggie Coval, Executive Director of Colorado Humanities.
The Denver Post Community Foundation and Pedal The Plains were proud to present a $7,000 grant to Colorado 4-H on Saturday, September 17 in La Junta, Colorado in support of their mission and dedication to youth.
The Denver Post Community Foundation and Pedal The Plains were proud to present a $7,000 grant to the Colorado Future Farmers of America Foundation on Friday, September 16 in Fowler, Colorado.