Strong Latino organizations are essential to strong Latino communities. Through traditional grantmaking and special projects we help build the organizational capacities of Latino led/serving organizations so that they can achieve their missions and better serve the community. Our investments are responsive, relevant and shape the long-term impact of organizations and cultivate leaders who can impart social change through their actions and deep commitment to transforming our communities. Funding priorities are to Latino-led and -serving organizations in Colorado serving the 1 million Latinos in our state.
Granting programs under LCFC include Latinas LEAD, Colorado Immigrant Funders Collaborative (CIFC), Young Latino Philanthropists, Latino Age Wave Colorado, and Latino Community Wellness. Many granting programs have open requests for applications.
Open Grant Opportunities will be on this page, or on our Grants Application Portal, located HERE.
*Note: previous applicants in the grants portal will need to create new accounts with LCFC’s new Grants Application Portal. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Alexis Whitham, Grants and Communications Manager at email@example.com or 720-923-7608.
CURRENT GRANT OPPORTUNITIES:
Grants through Young Latino Philanthropists are now open through November 1, 2019. Learn more about Young Latino Philanthropists by clicking here.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
Colorado Immigrant Funders Collaborative (CIFC): Closed for 2019.
Latino Age Wave: Closed for 2019.
Latino Community Wellness: Closed for 2019.
Latinas LEAD Grants: Closed for 2019.
2019 LATINAS LEAD GRANTEES:
Fuerza Latina, Healing Justice: Immigrant Women's Workers Owned Cooperative
OneMorgan County, Cocina Filantropica
Montbello Organizing Committee, Colectiva Creando Cambios en Colorado
Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA), Una Mano, Una Esperanza
Colorado Immigrant Funders Collaborative Grantees (2019):
Antonito Homeschool Consortium
YLP GraNtees (2019):
La Pinata de Aprendizaje