NEWS RELEASES and articles
Please find PDFs below of the latest press releases about the efforts of The Denver Foundation.
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The Denver Foundation selects Bridge Partners, LLC to lead executive search
The Denver Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of the executive search firm Bridge Partners (bridgepartnersllc.com) to help identify the organization’s next President and CEO. Bridge Partners will work closely with the Foundation’s Search Committee, composed of current and former members of the Board of Trustees and a staff member representative, to conduct a broad search for the Foundation’s next leader. Read more
"Undesign the Redline" Explores History of U.S. Housing Policy, Race, Segregation, and Impact in Denver
The Denver Foundation, Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise), and Designing the WE are proud to present “Undesign the Redline,” an interactive exhibition that traces the history and legacy of housing discrimination and segregation across Metro Denver and the United States. Read more
The Denver Foundation Announces Purchase of Building
The Denver Foundation is pleased to announce the purchase of the historic building “Casa Grande,” located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Colorado Health Access Fund Awards $3.75 Million in Grants
The Denver Foundation is pleased to announce the Colorado Health Access Fund's 2018 grant awards, totaling $3,754,488. These grants will support increased access to behavioral health care across Colorado. Read more
Social Venture Partners Denver Welcomes Rob Kellogg as Executive Director
Social Venture Partners Denver (SVP Denver), a program of The Denver Foundation, welcomes Rob Kellogg as Executive Director. Kellogg assumed leadership of SVP Denver following the departure of longtime leader Pat Landrum, who retired on August 24. Read more
Virginia Bayless Names Interim President and CEO of The Denver Foundation
Virginia “Ginny” Bayless will serve as interim President and CEO of The Denver Foundation, the largest and most experienced community foundation in Colorado, as the organization launches a search for a new leader. Read more
Local Grassroots Organizing Supported by Education Funders Collaborative
A strong and expanding field of local nonprofits are organizing grassroots communities around education issues in Denver and Aurora public schools, and leading education foundations today announced a coordinated set of grants to support their work.
The Colorado Education Organizing (CEO) Funder’s Collaborative gave grants totaling $310,000 to seven local nonprofits. The collaborative includes the Denver Foundation, Gates Family Foundation and Rose Community Foundation, which pool funding to provide support for organizations in the field. Read more
Impact100 Metro Denver Grants $180K to Support Refugee and Mental Health Services
Impact100 Metro Denver has awarded a total of $180,000 in grants to three Denver-based nonprofit organizations to support transformational impact in the region’s refugee and mental health services: $100,000 to Project Worthmore, $48,000 to Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, and $32,000 to International Rescue Committee in Denver. Read more
The Denver Foundation Announces New Trustees
The Denver Foundation is honored to announce five new members of its Board of Trustees. These exemplary local leaders bring a broad range of skills and accomplishments in business, government, finance, law, and the nonprofit sector to the Foundation’s governing body.
All are deeply engaged in community work across the Metro Denver area. The new Trustees began new terms on January 1, 2018. Read more