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assignmentCSHF Announces New Grant Awards

Colorado Springs Health Foundation’s Board of Trustees recently awarded $3.4 million in new grants to 33 organizations working in El Paso and/or Teller Counties.  Some of these awards are multiyear in nature.

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wb_incandescent2018 Evaluation Findings

Colorado Springs Health Foundation recently shared its 2018 evaluation findings with the community.  CSHF’s evaluation goals are to inform strategy, assess alignment and drive learning.  During 2017, CSHF’s evaluation efforts were aimed at informing strategy and assessing alignment. During 2018, the focus was driving learning related to five key concepts:  sustainability, collaboration, culture of learning, evidence-based practice and health equity.

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border_colorLearning Collective

The main focus of CSHF’s 2019 evaluation effort will be the piloting of a “Learning Collective.” This CSHF 2019 Learning Collective is a professional learning community that will focus on culture of learning. The 2018 evaluation work explored and highlighted the importance of building and growing a culture of learning as a means to embrace and integrate evidence-based practice, adapt to change, strengthen organizational stability and sustainability, and have greater community impact.

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chrome_reader_modeWhat We’re Reading (May 2019)

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insert_linkPRESS RELEASE: 2019 Board Officers

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wb_incandescentMain 2019 Funding Opportunity Now Open

Eligible applicants may apply for general operating, program/project or capital funding. Multiyear funding will be available in limited circumstances: When an organization or collaboration needs support to initiate a new approach to address a community need or concern. As such, multiyear requests for general operating support or ongoing program/projects are not appropriate.

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