In the summer grant cycle, The Weld Trust recently awarded $1,373,830 in grants to nonprofits and schools in Weld County. These health grants are part of The Weld Trust’s seven Key Funding Initiatives toward promoting health and education.
The Weld Trust awarded health grants to 19 organizations in Behavioral Health, Housing Stability, and Healthy Habits.
Behavioral Health grants support programs engaging in direct intervention, prevention services, substance and opioid use treatment, social and emotional support, staff development, as well as mental health media campaigns.
Housing Stability grants assist programs focused on homeless prevention, emergency shelter, case management, and affordable housing.
Healthy Habits grants support programs toward active living, healthy behaviors, nutritious eating, as well as promotion of these behaviors.
All grants awarded by The Weld Trust are for programs located in Weld County. In addition to the Behavioral Health, Housing Stability, and Healthy Habits grants, The Weld Trust also provides Food Security grants. There were no grant applications for Food Security for this grant cycle.
The Weld Trust has three grant cycles per year for their seven Key Funding Initiatives in health and education.
These are the organizations which received health grants in this cycle:
- A Little Help
- Almost Home
- Azteca Boxing Club
- Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Denver
- Connections for Independent Living
- Dayspring Christian Academy
- Freedom Revived
- Greeley Family House
- Happiness Through Horses
- High Plains Housing Development Corp.
- I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County
- Jobs of Hope
- Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
- North Range Behavioral Health
- Soccer Without Borders
- The Avery Center
- United Way of Weld County
- University of Northern Colorado Foundation
- Volunteers of America Colorado Branch