December 16, 2015 — The Boettcher Foundation has awarded capital grant funding to 16 Colorado nonprofits, for a total of more than $1 million. Each of the nonprofits benefits the state by providing at-risk community members with safe gathering places, housing, emergency assistance and other social services. “These organizations work hard every day to provide critical services to Coloradans in need,” said Tim Schultz, president and executive director of the Boettcher Foundation. “We are honored to help fund the facilities that will allow these nonprofits to continue improving our state.” This year’s Boettcher Foundation grant recipients in the category of social services are: All Points Transit (Montrose Sr. Citizens Transportation, Inc.) – Montrose, $30,000 Toward construction of a transfer station Brent's Place – Aurora, $90,000 Toward construction of an additional 21-units of temporary housing for immune compromised pediatric patients Colorado AIDS Project – Denver, $100,000 Toward the purchase and renovation of a new facility which will serve as the headquarters, Denver service center and dental clinic Denver Center for Crime Victims – Denver, $25,000 Toward the purchase and renovation of headquarters and programming facility Father Woody's Haven of Hope – Denver, $50,000 Toward expansion of headquarters and programming facility Haven House – Olathe, $40,000 Toward the purchase and renovation of the service center with 36 units of transitional housing Hope House – Arvada, $40,000 Toward construction of a new resource center Judi's House – Denver, $65,000 Toward the purchase and renovation of a second facility which will provide space for administration, research and training LiftUp of Routt County – Steamboat Springs, $50,000 Toward expansion of headquarters and programming facility Mi Casa Resource Center – Denver, $100,000 Toward the construction of a new headquarters and programming facility Outreach United Resource Center – Longmont, $75,000 Toward purchase and renovation of a new headquarters and programming facility Phoenix Multisport – Denver, $90,000 Toward expansion of headquarters and programming facility Providence Network – Denver, $50,000 Toward purchase and renovation of new facility to provide programming and transitional housing to homeless teens Sharing Ministries Food Bank – Montrose, $50,000 Toward the construction of a new facility Silver Key Senior Services – Colorado Springs, $100,000 Toward purchase and renovation of headquarters and programming facility which includes a commercial kitchen Westside Cares – Colorado Springs, $50,000 Toward purchase and renovation of headquarters and programming facility Download a PDF version of this news release here.
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