A giving circle is a group of donors who focus their philanthropic efforts on their common identity or shared experience.
The Denver Foundation has hosted a dozen such groups over the past decade. Please click here for more information on starting a giving circle at The Denver Foundation.
Among those groups are:
Denver African-American Philanthropists (D.A.A.P.): Black Men Giving with a Purpose
Impact100 Metro Denver
D.A.A.P. works to positively impact Denver by strategically giving time, talent, treasure, and testimony to those in greatest need.
Check out D.A.A.P. on Facebook
Part of the Impact100 movement now in 26 US cities
The mission of Impact100 Metro Denver is to inspire and empower a community of women to be intentional and informed philanthropists, collectively funding transformational grants to Metro Denver nonprofits. Each member gives $1,000 and has one vote towards the annual grant recipient. Members receive volunteer, educational, and networking opportunities. Visit www.impact100metrodenver.org/ for more information.
LatinasGive! is a circle of women who share both their heritage and a love for taking action in the community. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out LatinasGive! on Facebook
YouthRoots is a giving circle for diverse high school students who share one thing - passion to make the world a better place. They combine leadership with philanthropy to catalyze action in the next generation and make grants through a donor-advised fund at The Denver Foundation. Learn more at www.youthroots.org.
The Metro Denver YouthBoards are accepting proposals until March 4, 2019. Click here for the 2019 RFP for the application and guidelines.
For more information on Giving Circles at The Denver Foundation, contact Nicole Baker at 303.300.1790.