The Colorado Health Foundation is accepting applications for its Activating Places and Spaces Together program.
The program supports locally defined, place-specific efforts to get people outdoors and actively engaged in their neighborhoods — together. The goal of Activating Places and Spaces Together is to help activate existing infrastructure in public places that contributes to a community’s overall health through residential usage and positive experiences.
Grants will be awarded to support costs associated with project/program planning and/or implementation for up to one year, with grant amounts ranging between $5,000 and $100,000.
To be eligible, applicants must be a nonprofit organization with experience working within the community or communities served and serve a high proportion of youth from high-need/low-income communities.