This page will be updated regularly as new giving opportunities and resources emerge. Please keep checking back and feel free to contact us with any questions.

A note for our donor-advised fund holders. All giving opportunities below accept online donations via credit card; you also may support them with grants from your donor-advised fund. Enter the name of the organization and the name of the response fund in your request on Donor Central. If you have questions, please contact Anita Wesley.

  • Rose Community Foundation giving

      • Rose Community Foundation has committed the entirety of our remaining 2020 grantmaking to a multi-phased response to the impact of this crisis in our region. The Foundation is currently accepting funding requests to support organizations that are working to mitigate or alleviate the impacts of COVID-19. Learn more here.
      • In the first round of COVID-19 related grantmaking, the Foundation awarded over 120 grants totaling $1,705,754 to nonprofits supporting the community’s most vulnerable and impacted populations. Read more about that grantmaking here.
      • The Foundation has contributed $150,000 to the Colorado COVID Relief Fund at Mile High United Way.
      • If you would like to partner with Rose Community Foundation in your own philanthropy, consider donating to the COVID-19 R.E.S.P.O.N.D. FUND.
  • Other ways to help

      • Help Colorado Now is organizing volunteers statewide. Sign up here. They are also soliciting donations for masks, gloves, cleaning supplies and baby formula.
      • They are specifically seeking former or retired health care workers to help at hospitals, testing sites, or care facilities. Sign up here to volunteer.
      • Mile High United Way is organizing volunteers to help Denver nonprofits.
      • Jewish Family Service is in need of volunteers as well as donations of shelf-stable food, toilet paper, diapers, and wipes.
      • A Little Help is seeking driver volunteers to help older adults.
      • There is an urgent need for blood. If you you are eligible, make an appointment at a Vitalant donation center or blood drive near you.
      • The state is seeking private sector companies to partner with the Innovation Response Team on acquiring critically constrained medical supplies, technology, or support services for people who are isolated.
      • Make4Covid is seeking individuals who 3D print, sew or laser cut to create protective equipment for healthcare workers.