Apply for a Grant

The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado made more than $7.8 million in grant and program distributions during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2017. The majority of our grants are made from Donor Advised and Designated funds; typically less than 2% of our annual distributions are made as part of our annual competitive grant cycle, which is described below. Click here to view a list of all grant recipients from 2016 - 2017. 

The Community Foundation makes grants to 501(c)(3) charitable entities, educational institutions, churches, or municipalities. We do not make grants to individuals or businesses.

To increase your agency's visibility throughout Northern Colorado, we encourage you to share good news about your programs by clicking here.

Competitive Grant Cycle

Each summer we invite charitable organizations that serve Berthoud, the Estes Valley, or Loveland residents to submit a grant application for consideration by our grantmaking committees. Fort Collins grantmaking committee does not participate in the Competitive Grant cycle. It does, however, accept grant requests on a rolling basis following discussion with the Director of Donor Services. An agency that is located in Fort Collins may submit a grant application to the Berthoud or Loveland grantmaking committees as long as the agency's funding request meets the criteria.) 

 

The 2018 grant cycle will open 7/1/2018 and close 7/21/2018. Funding decisions are made by early November.

 

Report on Funding Received 

If a final report is required, the grant award letter sent to your organization with the check will provide details regarding timing and submission. All reports should be submitted electronically using the online Report Form

Questions

Please email your inquiry to DonorServices@NoCoFoundation.org. Thank you for all you do for our region! 

Grant Application

The 2018 grant cycle will open 7/1/2018.


 

Additional Grant Opportunities

GroupGives

The GroupGives Fund serves as the charitable arm of The Group Real Estate. The fund was founded on the belief that every person should have a place to call home, and grants from the fund support organizations and programs that promote this belief. Click here to learn more.