The Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships is committed to connecting Denver's nonprofit community with informational resources and reports.
The Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships (DOSP) and the Denver Strategic Partnerships Commission have created and released "The Wellbeing of Nonprofits In Denver", a report on Denver's nonprofit community.
The report includes findings from qualitative interviews with nonprofits and a survey that was completed by a little over 300 nonprofits. The results of this research culminated in recommendations to help nonprofits with sustainability and to improve the nonprofit community's contracting relationship with the City and County of Denver.
The Well-Being of Nonprofits in Denver Report (PDF)
The Well-Being of Nonprofits in Denver - Executive Summary (PDF)
The Well-Being of Nonprofits in Denver Report Presentation from June 11, 2020 (PDF)
The report presentation in its entirety can be accessed below.
For questions or comments about the report, contact DOSP Director Wil Alston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-913-8852.
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The AFP Colorado Chapter is a membership organization committed to advancing philanthropy for fundraising professionals through educational luncheons, Rocky Mountain Philanthropy Institute (an annual fundraising conference held in Breckenridge), coffee chats, networking happy hours, and National Philanthropy Day in Colorado.
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The Colorado Grants Guide is a publication of the Community Resource Center. The Colorado Grants Guide is a comprehensive directory of funding sources.
For information, call (303) 623-1540, or visit CRC’s website.
The Colorado Nonprofit Association exists to strengthen nonprofits through educating and informing Colorado nonprofits about new ideas, best practices and pressing public policies so they can achieve greater impact on Colorado communities.
Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (CNDC) was formed in 1999 by a group of community leaders and foundations looking for a mechanism to reduce the risk of investing in charitable projects while encouraging innovation in social enterprises.
CNDC maximizes the impact of nonprofits through fiscal sponsorship to enable all Colorado communities to thrive.
The Community Resource Center (CRC) creates opportunities, tools and strategies to develop nonprofits and community groups to strengthen Colorado through catalyzing a diverse network of leaders across the nonprofit sector to influence social change, building the capacity of organizations to advance and achieve their missions, and convening diverse stakeholders throughout the nonprofit ecosystem to deepen the impact of the sector.
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Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) promotes the success of nonprofits by providing capital, strategic consulting, and using its knowledge and influence to transform the funding and financing landscape.
Learn more about NFF's work here: https://nff.org/.
The Nonprofit Resource Center is located on Floor 3 of the Central Library. Whether you’re just starting your nonprofit or would like to enhance an existing one, we offer a wealth of resources including books, periodicals and databases. In addition, the Denver Public Library is a Funding Information Network of Candid. Funding Information Networks are free information centers that provide a core collection of Candid materials and a variety of supplemental resources in areas useful to grant seekers.
Spark the Change Colorado, formerly Metro Volunteers, is a leading resource, strategist and partner that inspires, engages, mobilizes and empowers individuals, communities and organizations to become a driving force for good through the power of volunteerism, service and engagement.