First Round of Community Trust Grantees Receive Over $190,000 for Education, Arts, and Culture, Environment and Animal Care and Welfare

We are so thrilled to announce 63 community partners have been awarded Community Trust grants totaling $193,200 for the first round of the Community Trust. (CT1) The second round of Community Trust (CT2), for the categories of Civic Engagement and Health and Human Services, will be announced in November 2022. 

A full list of the 2022 CT1 grantees:  
EDUCATION ($63,000) 
Access Opportunity 
Boulder High School 
Boulder Library Foundation 
Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition 
Colorado Youth for a Change 
Crossroads School 
I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County 
Impact on Education 
National Inventors Hall of Fame 
New Horizons Cooperative Preschool 
Open Door 
TEENS, Inc. 
Temple Grandin School 
The Family Learning Center 
TLC Learning Center 
Wild Plum Center for Young Children and Families 
ARTS & CULTURE ($67,200) 
Art Studio Inc. dba Firehouse Art Center 
Boulder MUSE 
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art 
Cellists for Change 
Colorado Music Festival & Center for Musical Arts 
Creativity Alive 
Dairy Arts Center 
Frequent Flyers Productions, Inc. 
JLF Colorado 
Landlocked Films 
LOCAL Theater Company 
Longmont Museum (2 programs) 
Longmont Public Media 
Motus Theater 
Museum of Boulder 
Parlando School of Musical Arts 
Shaolin Hung Mei Kung Fu Association 
Society for Creative Aging/VIVA Theater 
Stitching the Situation 
Stories on Stage 
Street Wise Arts 
The Word, A Storytelling Sanctuary 
WOW! Children's Museum 
Young Professional DJs 
ENVIRONMENT ($42,000) 
350 Colorado 
Cal-Wood Education Center 
Community Cycles 
Community-Led Preparedness Training for Climate Emergencies Project 
Cottonwood Institute 
Garden To Table 
Growing Gardens of Boulder County 
Resource Central 
Rocky Mountain Butterfly Consortium 
Sustainable Resilient Longmont 
Thorne Nature Experience 
Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery 
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers 
Brighter Days Dog Rescue 
Colorado Horse Rescue 
Colorado Pet Pantry 
Front Range Freedom Rescue, Inc. 
Good Life Refuge 
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center 
Humane Society of Boulder Valley 
Longmont Humane Society 
The Community Trust is the foundation’s primary discretionary grantmaking program. Established in 2001, the program supports community partners working within Boulder County across the following sectors: education, arts and culture, environment, animal care and welfare, health & human services, and civic engagement. Since its inception, the Community Trust has awarded more than $6 million to support the needs of Boulder County.  
CFBC relies on a community-driven grant review process that involves more than 75 Boulder County residents volunteering 2,500 hours to review proposals from community partners and recommend grants for Community Trust.