In a recent survey of grantees of our COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County, grantees focused on addressing the exacerbated needs of a growing number of individuals and families experiencing homelessness shared these compelling anecdotes of community impact, resilience, and adaptability.
Community Foundation Boulder County’s COVID-19 Response Fund was created on March 13, 2020. A new report summarizes all grantees of the fund to date, including how the grants are being allocated to strengthen nonprofit partnerships, and to uplift organizations that ensure essential services for community members who find themselves at the intersection of being most vulnerable to the virus and most impacted by inequity.
The Center for People With Disabilities (CPWD) – a grantee of your Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County – quickly and nimbly shifted its independent living services in response to the pandemic, in order to continue serving community members living with disabilities.
For Imagine! – recipient of a grant from your Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County – fast and flexible funding during the Coronavirus pandemic helped support the extenuating financial needs of seven group home employees.