Improving Community Food Systems in Colorado
This opportunity provides grants to establish and/or strengthen a collaboration and develop a community-driven or community-informed implementation plan that focuses on improving community food systems to increase access to affordable and nutritious food for those with the highest risk of food insecurity in Colorado.
Projects should address one or both of the following Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger goals:
- Goal 2: Increase the number of Coloradans who can access affordable, nutritious food in their communities
- Goal 3: Increase the number of Coloradans who can access food assistance and nutritious food through community-based organizations
Eligible applicants include Colorado-based nonprofit organizations and public agencies with experience working to improve access to affordable, nutritious food.
Projects must align with the Foundation’s cornerstones with efforts to bring health in reach for all Coloradans.
Up to $85,000 for a 9-month planning process.
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