Grant(s) announced: December 11, 2012
Boys and Girls Club of Chaffee County, Colo., $20,000 to provide general support to the Money Matters and Career Launch programs by providing young people with financial literacy and entrepreneurship programming.
City of Evanston ,Wyo., $75,000 to provide general support to the YOU! Program by providing youth with safe and educational out of school opportunities.
Colorado Jump Start Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, Denver, $25,000, to provide general support to the financial literacy program for youth.
Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Denver, Colo., $100,000 to provide general support to the Western Leadership Summits for college students engaged in the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI). ISI engages young leaders in the study of the core ideas behind the free market, the American Founding, and Western civilization.
Kempe Foundation for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, Denver, Colo., $60,000 to provide general support to the Fostering Healthy Futures Program to teach 9- to 11-year-old children placed in foster and kinship care essential life skills.
Kent Denver Country Day School, Denver, Colo., $25,00 to provide general support to the Breakthrough Kent Denver program which provides yearlong educational and social opportunities to motivated, under-resourced, urban middle school students. As well as engaging high school and college students in training for careers in education.
Laramie County School District, Wyo., $20,000 to provide general support to the Pine Bluffs Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America Entrepreneurship Program.
Liberty Day, Denver, Colorado, $50,000 to provide general support to the Liberty Day School program which recruits, trains, and mobilizes high school and college students to educate 5th grade classes on the United States Constitution.
Morgan County Family Center, Fort Morgan, Colo., $20,000 to provide general support to the Smart Girls/Cool Dudes program to help empower kids to make smart choices and become more confident, capable and self-reliant. As well as providing a safe place for out of school time where they can develop social relationships and leadership skills.
Peak Education, Colorado Springs, Colo., $15,000 to provide general operating support to educational and enrichment activities during in and out of school time to low income motivated students.
The Boys and Girls Club of Weld County, Greeley, Colo. , $ 25,000 to provide general operating support to the Good Characters Programs which provides year round enrichment programs for youth.
Tongue River Valley Community Center, Ranchester, Wyo., $25,000 to provide general operating support to the Valley Youth enrichment Programs.
Wyoming State 4-H Foundation, Laramie, Wyo., $75,000 to provide general support to the Entrepreneur Leadership program.