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Pre-Collegiate         Postsecondary  Pre-Collegiate & Postsecondary 
  • Aurora Public Schools Foundation $75,000
  • Arapahoe Community College Foundation $75,000
  • Colorado Education Initiative $75,000
  • Colorado Mesa University Foundation $110,000
  • Delta County School District 50J $75,000
  • Grand County Higher Education $75,000
  • INSPiRE $75,000
  • Morgan Community College $75,000
  • Poudre School District $75,000
  • Success Foundation- Greeley Central $75,000
  • True North Youth Program $80,000
  • Colorado State University- Ft. Collins $75,000
  • Community College of Aurora Foundation $75,000
  • Denver Scholarship Foundation (serving Auraria institutions) $525,000
  • Front Range Community College Foundation $75,000
  • Pikes Peak Community College Foundation $210,000
  • Pueblo Community College $300,000
  • University of Colorado Foundation, UCCS $75,000
  • Adams State University Foundation $165,000

  • Colorado Mountain College Foundation (Postsecondary) $75,000

  • Colorado Mountain College Foundation (Pre-Collegiate) $225,000
  • Colorado Northwestern Community College $75,000
  • Colorado State University- Pueblo $100,000
  • Lamar Community College Foundation $80,000
  • Morgan Community College Foundation $80,000
  • Northeastern Junior College $95,000
  • Red Rocks Community College Foundation $75,000
  • Trinidad State Junior College $65,000

2016 Community Partner Program Grantees (Legacy)

  • Aurora Public Schools Foundation, Aurora, $105,000
  • Catholic Charities - Diocese of Pueblo, Pueblo, $150,120
  • Colorado Challenge, Statewide, $140,000
  • Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Springs, $240,000
  • Colorado State University-Pueblo, Pueblo, $31,732
  • Delta County School District, Delta, $105,000
  • Denver Scholarship Foundation, Denver, $1,142,246
  • Englewood Schools, Zero Dropouts, AVID, and Arapahoe Community College, Englewood, $140,000      
  • Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK), Denver, $38,000
  • Goodwill Industries of Denver and Denver Urban Scholars, Denver, $105,000
  • I Have a Dream Foundation Boulder, Boulder, $140,000
  • Latino Community Foundation, Denver,  $140,000
  • Mile High United Way - Bridging the Gap, Denver, $57,546   
  • Pikes Peak Community College, Harrison School District, Discover Goodwill, and Pikes Peak Workforce, Colorado Springs, $210,000
  • Red Rocks Community College and Warren Tech, Jefferson County, $111,488
  • The Bridge Project, Denver, $26,666
  • University of Northern Colorado Foundation, Greeley, $99,688
  • Westminster Public Schools, Westminster, $96,280

2016 Community Partner Program Grantees (NPP)

  • BASIC, Denver, $75,000 
  • Coldharbour Institute, Gunnison, $70,000 
  • Colorado UpLift, Denver, $75,000
  • Community College of Aurora, Aurora, $54,000
  • Emily Griffith Foundation, Denver, $75,000
  • Front Range Community College Foundation, Loveland, $75,000
  • INSPiRE, Denver, $50,000
  • Kids at Their Best, Fort Morgan, $75,000 
  • Northeastern Sedgwick County Economic Development Corp, Julesburg, $70,000 
  • The Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley, Longmont, $50,000 
  • The Success Foundation, Greeley, $75,000 
  • YESS Institute, Denver, $50,000  

2016 Community Partner Program Grantees (Collective Impact)

The American Indian Measurable Success Initiative (AIMS)
 Participants: Colorado Education Initiative, San Juan BOCES, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, Southern Ute Tribe, Durango School District, Ignacio School District, Montezuma-Cortez School District, Fort Lewis College, Southwestern Colorado Community College, Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado

Description: The objective of the American Indian Measurable Success Initiative is to dramatically reduce the Native American college attainment gap in the rural school districts of Southwest Colorado. This is accomplished through the alignment of mutually reinforcing activities focused on personalizing rigorous and relevant secondary education to Native American high school students in order to support their pursuit of postsecondary degrees and credentials.

$150,000 

Aurora Postsecondary Pipeline (APP)

Participants: Goodwill Industries of Denver, Aurora Public Schools, Aurora Public Schools Foundation, Community College of Aurora, Aurora Chamber of Commerce

 Description:  Aurora Post-Secondary Pipeline is committed to ensuring that more low-income and minority Aurora students pursue and earn postsecondary credentials. The group works with students, community partners, teachers, counselors, parents, and other stakeholders to establish and support a clear and focused pipeline to increase high school persistence and graduation rates, as well as college enrollment and persistence rates for Aurora’s most at-risk youth. 


$150,000 

Pueblo Unites for Education to Build Life Opportunities (PUEBLO)

Participants: Colorado State University-Pueblo, Boys and Girls Club of Pueblo County, Pueblo City Schools (60), Catholic Charities,  Pueblo Community College, Crossroads Turning Point, Inc., Pueblo County School District (70),  Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation, South Central BOCES, Summit Education Group, Teach for America – Colorado, Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce, National Center for School Engagement, Latino Chamber of Commerce, Pueblo Economic Development,  Pueblo County Dept. of Social Services,  Corporation, Inc. (PEDCO), Pueblo Workforce Center,  Pueblo City/County Library District

Description: Pueblo Unites for Education to Build Life Opportunities establishes a network of partners around the common agenda of increasing the number of citizens ready to access and complete postsecondary credentials.  The target populations for this grant work are 1) minority students (Hispanic, Black/African American, Native American, and mixed-race) and 2) low-income students (measured either by free and reduced lunch status in high school or Pell grant eligibility in college). 

 $150,000 

2014 Community Partner Program Grantees

  • Adams County School District 50, Westminster, $100,000
  • Adams State University, Alamosa, $100,000
  • Arapahoe Community College Foundation, Littleton, $75,000
  • Aurora Public Schools Foundation, Aurora, $75,000
  • Catholic Charities - Diocese of Pueblo, Pueblo, $150,000
  • College Track, Denver, $100,000
  • Colorado Challenge, Statewide, $100,000
  • Colorado Community College System, Statewide, $150,000
  • Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Springs, $200,000
  • Colorado Northwestern Community College, Rangley, $75,000
  • Colorado State University, Fort Collins, $100,000
  • Colorado State University-Pueblo, Pueblo, $50,000
  • Delta County School District, Delta, $75,000
  • Denver Scholarship Foundation, Denver, $850,000
  • Englewood Schools, Generation Schools Network, Zero Dropouts, AVID, and Arapahoe Community College, Englewood, $100,000
  • Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK), Denver, $40,000
  • Full Bridge, Fort Morgan, and Lamar, $100,000
  • Goodwill Industries of Denver and Denver Urban Scholars, Denver, $100,000
  • I Have a Dream Foundation Boulder, Boulder, $100,000
  • Latino Community Foundation, Denver,  $100,000
  • Mile High United Way - Bridging the Gap, Denver, $50,000
  • Pikes Peak Community College, Harrison School District, Discover Goodwill and Pikes Peak Workforce, Colorado Springs, $150,000
  • Red Rocks Community College and Warren Tech, Denver, $100,000
  • Rose Community Foundation & Colorado GEAR UP, Statewide, $150,000
  • The Bridge Project, Denver, $25,000
  • Trinidad State Junior College, Trinidad, $75,000
  • University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, $75,000
  • University of Northern Colorado Foundation, Greeley, $75,000