|Colorado Immigrant Funders Collaborative (CIFC)||The Colorado Immigrant Funders Collaborative (CIFC) is a collaborative formed to engage and encourage Colorado funders throughout the state to support immigrant issues. Founded in 2015, CIFC supports organizations in their mobilizing efforts, helping to build greater capacity to implement rapid response services, legal services and expand current knowledge around issues. Since its inception the Colorado Funders Collaborative (CIFC) has invested over $950,000 to local nonprofit organizations.|
|LCFC Grantmaking Fund||LCFC staff meet with people, organizations and communities to learn about local strengths as well as challenges and discuss innovative solutions to be accomplished through grantmaking. Donating to the LCFC Grantmaking Funds allows LCFC to direct funding to the organizations that need it most.|
|Young Latino Philanthropists (YLP)||Young Latino Philanthropists (YLP) was started by a group of visionaries under 35 years old who wanted to make a difference in the Latino community by collectively pooling financial resources. Using the “giving circle” model, these young visionaries seeks to fund innovation and forward thinkers whose project ideas encompass the values of family, empowerment and cultural inclusiveness to build strong communities.|
|Ayuda Colorado Fund||In response to the COVID-19 crisis, this rapid-response fund will support Latino-led and -serving organizations and immigrant and refugee-serving organizations through grants and leadership support. 100% of all individual donations will go directly to grantee organizations.
Este fondo está diseñado específicamente para apoyar a las organizaciones sin fines de lucro, liderizadas por latinos y sirviendo a latinos, así como a organizaciones que atienden a inmigrantes y refugiados. Incluirá subvenciones directas, apoyo y recursos compartidos para el liderazgo durante el período de crisis.
|Latinas LEAD||Launched in 2016, Latinas LEAD exists to strengthen the leadership development of Latinas so they can drive social change. Community driven and powered by small personal donations, the Latinas LEAD giving circle distributes $10,000 year to small organizations that are dedicated to growing the professional and personal leadership of Latinas. Latinas LEAD is also host to the annual Latinas LEAD Power Summit.|
|Las Mujeres Valientes (LMV)||Inspired by Women of Wisdom (Latinas 50+) the Las Mujeres Valientes Statewide Fellowship (LMV) was created to reduce ageism, promote health and well-being, create shared learning environments, and transfer knowledge and wisdom so that all generations of Latinas can thrive.|
|Latino Age Wave Colorado||Latino Age Wave Colorado (LAWC) seeks to improve the lives of Latino older adults and their caregiving families so they may thrive in community. Launched in 2012, LAWC is the longest running program of the LCFC. Using a place-based, family-centered approach, LAWC works with community, care network and policy partners to advocate for improved care access and coordination for Latino older adults and the family members and friends who care for them.|
|Voces Unidas de las Montañas (VUM)||Inspired by Latina and Latino leaders from Parachute to Aspen, Voces Unidas de las Montañas (VUM) plans to be the first Latino-led, Latino-serving non-profit organization in Garfield, Eagle and Pitkin counties. VUM envisions a tri-county region where Latinas and Latinos are thriving, engaged and leading in all of communities from Parachute to Aspen. The organization will create opportunities where Latinas and Latinos advocate for themselves, actively participate in all civic institutions and take leadership roles in all decision-making tables. The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado is the fiscal sponsor of Voces Unidas de las Montanas.|
|LCFC Endowment Fund||Unlike many foundations, the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado is primarily an unendowed foundation: one that must fundraise each and every year to continue our program. You can help LCFC create a longterm giving strategy for Latinos in the state of Colorado by donating directly to the LCFC Endowment Fund.|
|LCFC General Operations||The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC) is a state-based philanthropic foundation—led by Latinos and for Latinos. We pursue civic, economic, and cultural opportunities that drive a more authentic narrative about Latinos in the state, and cement a healthy and vibrant future where all Latino Coloradans will prosper. Donating to General Operating Fund allows LCFC to make unrestricted strategic decisions that best serve an evolving landscape of philanthropy.|