The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado has been investing in CHANGE MAKERS from our community in Colorado.
Our partners are change makers who:
- prepare our workforce through education and career development for economic prosperity
- stimulate our minds and feed our souls through art and cultural experiences that give us identity
- invest in our youth by ensuring their future success
- develop leaders and ensure that Latinos are engaged in determining their destiny
Looking for a kid or family-friendly service project at your favorite non-profit? The Young Philanthropist Foundation of Denver is a great resource.
Adams 14 School District
Enhancing the quality of education in Adams 14, by raising and distributing money to fund programs that support literacy, student achievement and expanded learning opportunities for all students
Adelante Mujer, Inc.
A role model, sponsor and promoter of programs dedicated to inclusion in education, job training, employment and cultural leadership development of Latina College and High School students
Balance for Women
Serving as a resource for young girls and women, addressing everyday lifestyle needs.
Boulder Latino History Project
A collaborative, grass-roots initiative is documenting and describing the history of Latinos in our area over the past century
Boulder Youth Leadership Project
An annual event at the University of Colorado Boulder that provides the participants practical information designed to demystify their future after high school and addresses the academic and technology gap for Latino student
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Denver
A charitable arm of the Archdiocese of Denver, and inspired by God’s love and compassion, Catholic Charities extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to the poor and those in need
Colorado Gerontological Society
Providing advocacy, information and assistance to Colorado seniors as well as education and networking for aging professionals.
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
A statewide, membership-based coalition of immigrant, faith, labor, youth, community, business and ally organizations founded in 2002 to improve the lives of immigrants and refugees by making Colorado a more welcoming, immigrant-friendly state.
Colorado Impact: Center for Economic Prosperity
Strengthening the assets of the community and build economic prosperity for all through community engagement, research, education, advocacy and increased social capital.
Colorado Progressive Coalition
A statewide, membership organization transforming our communities by building power to secure economic, racial, and social justice.
Downtown Aurora Visual Arts Mexican Cultural Center Denver
Strengthening the community through the visual arts with youth as the primary focus
El Centro Humanitario
Promoting the rights and well-being of day laborers in Colorado through education, job skills, leadership development, united action and advocacy
El Grupo Vida
A network of Hispanic/Latino parents formed to provide mutual support for people with disabilities or special needs, their parents, family, and guardians.
Girls Inc. of Metro Denver
Empowering girls and an equitable society
Hispanic Affairs Project
Made up entirely of first generation Hispanic immigrants and recognized by local community organizations for defending the rights of all immigrants.
International Baccalaureate Latino Association
Assists students at George Washington High School with academic support such as free tutoring, and ACT/SAT prep classes and materials
Latin American Education Foundation
Advancing the educational, leadership, and economic status of all Hispanics to improve the greater community
Latino Task Force of Boulder
A facilitator for initiatives that contribute to positive development and recognition of the Latino community and the challenges faced in Boulder County
Mapleton School District Education Foundation
Ensuring that students have access to resources and opportunities necessary to achieve their potential
Metropolitan Migrant Education Program
Supports students to reach high standards of academic achievement and is the level of interstate cooperation through the transfer of migrant students' education and health records
Mexican Cultural Center Denver
Promoting the Mexican culture in the State of Colorado
Mi Casa Resource Center
Dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino and working families in the Denver Metro area
New American Leadership Project
National nonpartisan organization specifically focused on preparing first- and second-generation immigrants for civic leadership
Promoting and develop economic, arts and cultural, and community programs that increase income and education levels, and political engagement of Denver-area residents
Northern Colorado Dreamers United
Youth leaders in Boulder County advocating for immigrant rights
Padres y Jóvenes Unidos
A multi-issue organization led by people of color who work for educational excellence, racial justice for youth, immigrant rights and quality healthcare for all.
Project Enye (ñ)
A cultural movement afoot in Denver, Colo., that uses first-hand and authentic stories to cultivate a sense of identity and belonging among this first-born American generation.
Rights for All People
A bilingual, organizing, movement-building partner that works to bring immigrant participation and leadership to the collaborative work of building the power necessary for progressive change in Colorado.
Building leadership development and organizing families to end educational inequity
Sisters of Color United for Education
Cultivating Promoters of health mind, body and spirit: by creating economic opportunities, and opportunities for wellness for thousands of individuals, families, generations and across cultures.
Young Philanthropist Foundation
Dedicated to engaging youth in philanthropy by creating opportunities for kids and families to give back to their communities
Victim Offender Reconciliation Program
Serving youth and their families with restorative justice and mediation programs in the Denver Metro area in order to end the school to prison pipeline