Grants Awarded Spring 2022

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In , the Colorado Springs Health Foundation’s Board of Trustees awarded the following grants:

Colorado Springs Health Foundation approves $4.5 MM in grants
to improve health in El Paso and Teller Counties

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO —  The Colorado Springs Health Foundation Board of Trustees recently approved $4.5 million in grants to 67 organizations serving El Paso and/or Teller Counties. Several of these grants are multiyear in nature. These grants address one or more of the Foundation’s funding focus areas:

  • Access to care for those in greatest need
  • Suicide prevention
  • Healthy environments
  • Trauma and resilience

These funding focus areas were developed and refined based on the Foundation’s mission, local needs, stakeholder input and insights, and the evidence behind what influences community health.

“We are honored to invest in the health of our region. We express our sincere gratitude to the organizations doing the difficult and important work of ensuring that everyone in El Paso and Teller Counties has the opportunity to reach their full health potential,” said Jim Johnson, Board Chairperson.

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About Colorado Springs Health Foundation

The Colorado Springs Health Foundation was established in 2012 through the City of Colorado Springs’s lease of Memorial Health System to UCHealth. The Foundation’s mission is to provide grants that target immediate healthcare needs and encourage healthy living.

 

Organization Name Request Name Total Grant Award
A Cheerful Heart Outreach Ministry General Operating  $              5,000.00
Another Life Foundation General Operating  $           10,000.00
Archway Housing & Services Inc. Fountain Properties/HEAL Healthy Eating Active Living  $           38,000.00
Atlas Preparatory School Atlas Preparatory School Wellness Programming  $           80,000.00
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado Youth Mentoring, Colorado Springs  $         100,000.00
Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado Strengthening Food Access in El Paso and Teller Counties  $         150,000.00
Central Colorado Area Health Education Center (CCAHEC) General Operating – El Paso and Teller County Healthcare Sector Workforce Partnership Development  $           10,000.00
Cheyenne Village Medical Equipment Fund for equipment not covered by Medicaid or Medicare  $           25,000.00
Colorado Health Institute 2023 Colorado Health Access Survey  $        200,000.00
Colorado Health Network, Inc. Southern Colorado Health Network’s (SCHN) Integrated and Comprehensive Programs  $           60,000.00
Colorado Springs Therapeutic Riding Center General Operating  $            15,000.00
Community Dental Health NPO Provision of dental care for uninsured/under-insured, low income people  $           60,000.00
Community Partnership Family Resource Center Addressing Health Disparity in Teller County  $            75,742.00
Community Partnership for Child Development Behavioral Health Support for Disadvantaged Children  $           50,000.00
Concrete Couch Concrete Couch Programs  $           50,000.00
Court Care for the Pikes Peak Region General Operating  $           10,000.00
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Colorado Springs General Operating  $              5,000.00
Dream Centers of Colorado Springs Women’s Clinic  $           60,000.00
Early Connections Learning Centers Behavioral Health Supports in Early Care and Education  $         150,000.00
Eastern Plains Community Pantry General Operating  $              7,500.00
El Paso – Teller County 9-1-1 Authority El Paso-Teller County Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Registry  $            31,200.00
Family Promise of Colorado Springs General Operating  $           56,000.00
Food to Power Hillside Hub Program Support  $         350,000.00
Forge Evolution Forge Resiliency  $           25,000.00
Fostering Hope Foundation General Operating  $           85,000.00
Fresh Start Center Faith Community Nurse program  $            12,000.00
Friends of the Children – Colorado Springs General Operating  $         100,000.00
Girls on the Run Girls on the Run: Serving Girls from Underserved Backgrounds in El Paso and Teller Counties  $           25,000.00
Griffith Centers for Children Chins Up Healing and Preventing Trauma Through a Mental Health Care Continuum for Youth in El Paso County  $           50,000.00
Heartspace Kids General Operating  $              5,000.00
Hillside Connection General Operating Support  $           50,000.00
Homeward Pikes Peak Capital  $         250,000.00
Ithaka Land Trust Access to Care for Seniors through Case Management Services  $           40,000.00
Kidpower of Colorado General Operating  $           45,000.00
Kids on Bikes General Operating  $           60,000.00
Mile High Youth Corps Southern Front Range Mental Health Supportive Services  $            15,000.00
Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center Healing Trauma in Military Families  $            75,000.00
Multiple Sclerosis Alliance of Southern Colorado General Operating  $           10,000.00
National Alliance on Mental Illness General operating  $            75,000.00
Pikes Peak Hospice and Palliative Care, Inc. Unreimbursed Care  $         150,000.00
Pikes Peak Library District Foundation Peer Navigators Proof of Concept  $          275,618.00
Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention General Operating  $            53,185.25
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, Inc. Equitable Access to Reproductive and Sexual Health Care for Colorado Springs  $           20,000.00
Poetry Heals General Operating Funds  $              5,000.00
Police Foundation of Colorado Springs Medical Trauma Kits (both new and replacement items) for Colorado Springs Police Department  $            15,000.00
Project Angel Heart Home-delivered medically tailored meals for El Paso & Teller County residents with severe illness  $           65,000.00
Rocky Mountain Field Institute Advancing Public Land Stewardship Efforts to Cultivate Healthy and Accessible Natural Environments  $           30,000.00
Safe Passage General Operating  $           50,000.00
Silver Key Senior Services Silver Key Health & Wellness Services to Seniors in Need  $         150,000.00
Solid Rock Community Development Corporation Food Security Plan for Southeast Colorado Springs  $         250,000.00
Special Kids Special Families Medical Care and Services for Individuals with Disabilities  $           30,000.00
Specialized Medical Standards EMS Provider Curriculum Development/Pilot Programs for Rural, Remote, & Austere Environments  $           10,000.00
Springs Recovery Connection Recovery Community Center  $        300,000.00
Springs Rescue Mission Nutritious Meals for Local People Experiencing Homelessness  $           50,000.00
StableStrides General Operating  $           50,000.00
Status: Code 4, Inc. General Operating  $           10,000.00
Teller Senior Coalition General Operating  $           25,000.00
The First Tee of Pikes Peak General Operating  $           25,000.00
The Place Comprehensive Healthcare Support Services to Homeless Youth  $           50,000.00
The Salvation Army The Salvation Army Kitchen Remodel and Expansion Project  $         100,000.00
Trails and Open Space Coalition General Operating  $           10,000.00
Tri-Lakes Cares Tri-Lakes Cares’ Medical Program  $           20,000.00
Tri-Lakes Health Advocacy Partnership (DBA Tri-Lakes Silver Alliance) General Operating Expenses for Health and Wellness Programs  $              5,000.00
University of Denver’s Center for Rural School Health and Education Planning and Implementing Virtual Professional Development to Support Rural School Mental Health  $          167,428.00
Veteran’s Path AMP and Anchor program for El Paso County  $           50,000.00
Vibrance Senior Care, Inc General Operating  $              5,000.00
Westside CARES Health Services  $            13,000.00
Total Grant Awards ($) $4,504,673.25

 

 

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