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Are you working to improve the health of a community? We can help. The Colorado Health Foundation takes a multifaceted approach to health by investing in nonprofits, communities and the public and private sectors that matter most to improving health and health equity.
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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
Coloradans interviewed, July 27 - Aug. 16, 2021 through our annual poll.
Better health for all Coloradans starts with listening. That's why we created Pulse, an annual poll to hear the perspectives and priorities from every corner of Colorado.
Nonprofit Sabbatical Program Cycle Two
Four esteemed Colorado nonprofit leaders were selected to participate in the second cycle of The Colorado Health Foundation’s Nonprofit Sabbatical Program. The program aims to award nonprofit executives with a three-to-four month sabbatical, while offering funds for their organization’s interim leadership and staff capacity building.
Join us in congratulating Hayden Dansky, co-founder and executive director of Boulder Food Rescue, Carmen Hubbs, executive director of Rise Above Violence, Angell Pérez, executive director of Colorado Circles for Change, and Cathy Phelps, executive director of The Center for Trauma & Resilience.
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.