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Rose Community Foundation no proporciona servicios directamente a personas buscando asistencia legal o financiera, o ayuda para encontrar alimento, vivienda o trabajo. Para hablar con alguien que pueda proporcionarle asistencia directamente, favor de comunicarse a la línea de ayuda de United Way al 2-1-1 o a la ciudad de Denver marcando 3-1-1 o al  720-913-1311, opción 2, desde cualquier teléfono fijo o celular.   

Rose Community Foundation does not provide direct services or financial assistance to individuals or families looking for legal, housing, food or employment support. To speak to someone who can direct you to services please call Mile High United way by dialing 2-1-1 or the city of Denver 3-1-1 or 720-913-1311 from any landline or mobile device.

Since December 2022, nearly 40,000 people have arrived in the Greater Denver region after traveling from South and Central America. The city of Denver, the state of Colorado, and many local nonprofits are responding quickly to welcome them and provide necessary services. For those individuals and families who intend to make their home here in Colorado, there are immediate needs that our community can rally together to help address.

Support the Newcomers Fund

All dollars raised through the Fund are deployed quickly and strategically to Colorado nonprofits providing essential services. Grant decisions are being made with guidance from a steering committee which includes representatives from the City and County of Denver, the State of Colorado, The Denver Foundation, Latino Community Foundation of Colorado, and Mile High United Way.

Donate online

To give via check, please mail to:
Rose Community Foundation
4500 Cherry Creek Drive South, Suite 900
Denver, CO 80246
Include “Newcomers Fund” in the memo line

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Our Tax ID #84-0920862

Volunteer Opportunities and Item Donations

For those interested in donating items or volunteering to support migrant response, you can find more information on the City and County of Denver Migrant Support page.

Grant Opportunities

At this time, the Newcomers Fund steering committee is prioritizing grants to organizations that are helping migrants find temporary shelter and permanent housing or addressing other basic needs like food and health/mental health care, as well as those assisting with applications for temporary protected status and work permits. We are interested in supporting nonprofits working at a larger scale – those serving 20 or more people.

Interested nonprofits, please login or create an account to access the brief eligibility quiz.

Grantees to date

If you are not applying for funding but would like to stay informed about the Newcomers Fund, please complete the form below.

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