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Launched in 2010, Boomers Leading Change in Health (BLCiH) is a groundbreaking, grassroots volunteer effort dedicated to improving the health — and access to health care — of individuals and families in the Greater Denver community by harnessing the experience, energy and conviction of adult volunteers over age 50.
We spoke with Julie Shaffer, executive director of the Oreg Foundation, about the benefits of collaborative funding. Oreg is a long-time funding partner with Rose Community Foundation, having joined us in supporting several strategic initiatives.
Denver is getting noticed for progress in K-12 education reform, and it’s attracting national attention and funders as a result.
Mental Health America of Colorado is a leader in the area of mental and behavioral health. But it is not an expert in handling an endowment. So when MHAC’s board set a goal in late 2010 to raise $50,000 for an endowment…
With Rose Community Foundation support, the Higher Education Access Alliance has been the steady voice of grassroots advocacy for advancing in-state tuition for undocumented students. Near the close of the 2013 Colorado legislative session…
When it comes to helping move the field of early childhood education (ECE) forward, a Denver nonprofit is making huge strides – in the city, the state and even the nation.