The following programs have all received substantial funding from Rose Community Foundation.
(Click here to see some of the past projects we have funded.)
Boomers Leading Change is a long-term Rose Community Foundation initiative to engage people over 55 in opportunities for ongoing employment, community service and lifelong learning.
BOOST (Building Organizational Operating Strength Together) is a grant initiative designed to strengthen Rose Community Foundation grantees that are experiencing rapid organizational growth or are in their startup phase.
Cavity-free at Three is a three-year, statewide effort to prevent oral disease in young children. Rose Community Foundation serves as fiscal sponsor for the initiative, which is also supported by several other funders.
Colorado Latino Age Wave seeks to invest in and advocate for innovative programs and services that support the well-being of Colorado older adults. It is a project of the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado in partnership with Rose Community Foundation.
The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado was formed in 2007 to improve the lives and opportunities of Latinos in Colorado, and to influence national philanthropic trends.
MazelTot is a Foundation initiative to connect Jewish families with children under age five and expectant parents to Jewish institutions and to each other.
ProComp is Denver's teacher-compensation system for Denver Public School teachers. Rose Community Foundation played an instrumental role in ProComp's creation and implementation.
Roots & Branches Foundation is a grantmaking foundation made up of 25- to 40-year-old Jews who want to learn about and participate in philanthropy.
Rose Youth Foundation teaches Jewish teens about leadership and lets them learn about philanthropy first-hand through grantmaking.