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The Latest from the Foundation

For Grantees

If your organization has received a grant, click here to watch the grantee orientation webinar, or learn more about the evaluation processreporting requirements and grant communications.

Connect with us directly for more information. We want to ensure your questions are answered and feedback is addressed.

Addressing Community Health Needs

Addressing Community Health Needs

At the Colorado Health Foundation, we are helping Coloradans live their healthiest lives by advancing opportunities to pursue good health and achieve health equity. How do we do it? We support impactful work in and across four focus areas that are critical to improving health in Colorado, including:

Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll

 

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Coloradans interviewed, July 27 - Aug. 16, 2021 through our annual poll.  

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Listening to you

Polling is one way – among many – to actively listen to the people of Colorado. Through Pulse, we’re able to learn a lot about how people are feeling and what priorities they have.

The Colorado Health Symposium

Watch recordings of this year’s Symposium conversations and performances (available in English and Spanish), and mark your calendar for next year’s Symposium in Keystone, CO – July 27-29, 2022!

The Colorado Health Symposium brings together leading experts, community advocates, grassroots leaders, innovators and others to address issues most pressing to Coloradans and explore how pursuing racial justice is essential to achieving health equity. 

Colorado’s Roadmap to a New Normal: Policies to Advance Health, Well-being and Equity in 2021

While the year 2020 may be in our rear view, its impacts will last far beyond the page turn of the calendar. There has been much talk of “going back to normal.” At The Colorado Health Foundation, we believe that we can’t simply “go back to normal,” because that would continue to leave health and well-being out of reach for many of us in Colorado. To help focus decision-makers at the federal, state and local levels of government, our team has identified a list of policy recommendations they can implement to advance health, well-being and equity in 2021.