Transforming Safety grant program administered by The Colorado Department of Local Affairs managed by The Denver Foundation and Pikes Peak Community Foundation. Funding received will be used for helping youth (up to age 25) develop the skills and resilience to avoid, reduce, or stop high-risk behaviors that can lead to involvement with the criminal justice system and improve community-based supports to reduce violence and neglect in families.
The Community Crime Victim Services (CCVS) grant program works to reduce repeat victimization and expand community-based support services to eligible crime victims. … The Latino Coalition for Community Leadership (LCCL) is an intermediary organization and the grant administrator for the CCVS program
The Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Program funds projects that provide direct services to crime victims. VOCA grant funding is derived from the United States Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime, who distribute grant funding to states based on fines and penalties levied against criminals convicted of federal crimes. https://dcj.colorado.gov/dcj-offices/victims-programs/grant-funding-for-agencies/victims-of-crime-act
Women’s & Girls of Color Fund, a fund of the Women’s Foundation of Colorado (WFCO)
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2021 Continuum of Care Competition Homeless Assistance Grant Award.
Changing the Narrative, Together