Grants

The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC), an initiative of Rose Community Foundation, is pleased to announce a grant funding opportunity through a Request for Proposals (RFP). The link below will take you to the RFP which contains the information and instructions for submitting a proposal. Please read the RFP carefully to determine eligibility, required documents and submission instructions.

Current Grant Opportunities:


2017 Grantees

Strengthening Latino Nonprofits — Building strong anchor Latino organizations throughout Colorado that act as key engines of growth and revitalization for their communities.
Young Latino Philanthropists Grants - mobilizing young visionary Latino millennials to collectively pool financial resources to invest in small projects or innovative ideas that spark community cohesion and change.
HIP to College: Summer Melt - developing new strategies that place Latino youth on the path to college through grants, evaluation and community collaborations. 
Latinas LEAD - strengthening the leadership pipeline of Latinas so they can emerge as future leaders and apply their leadership in the community. Investments include small grants to community organizations, networking opportunities and a Power Summit. 
Colorado Immigrant Funders Collaborative - supporting organizations in their mobilizing efforts, helping to build greater capacity to implement rapid response services, legal services and expand current knowledge around issues.