Human Together Community Grants

Grantees: access the midterm report form here and the final report here.

 

Grant Funding Priorities

Our Community Impact team hosted a series of community conversation meetings earlier this year with residents and community partners to learn how best Denver Human Services can support communities. As Denver continues to recover from the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are committed to making strategic investments in the community that create lasting change. We see these grants as a prime opportunity to support our partners in their work to build resilient communities for generations to come.

2021 Funding Priorities

  • Community Organization Capacity Building: Improving an organizations effectiveness and ability to achieve its mission and improve client outcomes.
  • Social Justice and Community Cohesion: Grassroots, resident-led initiatives that bring people together to work for the common principles of social justice and community cohesion.
  • Supporting Resilient Communities: Community-focused efforts to help Denver residents build healthy, safe, resilient lives.

Awardees

2021 Human Together Community Grant Awardees

Read more about each awardee here.

  • Access Gallery
  • Amped*
  • Bikes Together*
  • Bluff Lake Nature Center*
  • Boulder Community Broadcast – KGNU*
  • Breaking our Chains*
  • Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers & Scientists
  • Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy & Research Organization*
  • D3 Arts*
  • Denver Inner City Parish*
  • Denver Tool Library*
  • Developmental FX*
  • Diverse City Consulting*
  • El Sistema Colorado*
  • Environmental Learning for Kids*
  • Extreme Community Makeover*
  • Friends of Haven*
  • Imagination Library Denver*
  • Jovial Concepts*
  • Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center*
  • Make a Chess Move*
  • Mamabird Interviews*
  • Mi Familia Vota Education Fund*
  • Museo de Las Americas*
  • New American College
  • Padres Unidos*
  • PlattForum
  • Prodigy Ventures*
  • Rebuilding Together Metro Denver*
  • Slow Food Denver*
  • Street’s Hope*
  • Struggle of Love Foundation*
  • Sun Valley Youth Center*
  • The Urban Farm*
  • Think 360 Arts for Learning*
  • Vuela For Health*
  • Warm Cookies of the Revolution*

 

*Asterisks denote awardees in neighborhoods identified as priority by the Denver Human Services Index (Athmar Park, Barnum, Clayton, College View, Elyria Swansea, Globeville, Kennedy, Montbello, Ruby Hill, Sun Valley, Valverde, Villa Park, Westwood, and Windsor).

 

Mid-term Report

 Fill out the Human Together Community Grant Mid-term Report below. View the questions ahead of time here.

 

Click here to view form.

Final Report