Build capacity and strengthen core programming for the Colectiva, a community-driven initiative to address a core health equity issue for the immigrant community, a lack of safety net services to thrive and live a healthy life. Efforts provide critical supports to the immigrant community and to support its own resiliency and ability to care for itself.
Champion Health Equity
Support a three-year capacity building project that is culturally and linguistically responsive and designed to help SDLR be able to serve thousands of underserved Latinos.
Support for QTs Kickball League, an inter-generational, sober, and abilities-adaptable kickball league welcoming and supportive of Queer and Trans/ Gender Expansive individuals and their families.
Building a Collaborative, Statewide Plan to Overcome Barriers to Accessing Nutritious Food Posed by Public Charge
Build and convene a coalition of stakeholders for the purpose of creating a collaborative, statewide action plan to ensure immigrants and refugees can pursue nutritious food to promote health and well-being.
Convene a coalition of community groups that will propose a policy measure that would directly address the homelessness crisis in the City of Denver by expanding services and programs that prevent or end homelessness. Rapid Response funding would be used to hold stakeholder engagement meetings, conduct public opinion polling, and provide public education on policy solutions to homelessness.
Support a multiple-year, direct and distributed, funding mechanism to strengthen the capacity and effectiveness of both FRCA and the Member Centers to improve health and address health equity statewide through data learning and evaluation.
Support a diverse cohort of Colorado-based nonprofits, including several small/rural grassroots organizations, in their efforts to provide Census 2020 outreach and education to the communities in which they work.
Provide outreach, education and dialogue among residents, community organizations and community leaders in the City of Aurora about reducing the barriers to accessing mental health and substance use prevention, treatment and recovery services in Aurora.
Provide a coordinated field response across Colorado to advocate on behalf of affected immigrant communities and develop and share accurate information regarding the rule change.