RANGELY | The Boettcher Foundation Board of Trustees has awarded $840,000 in capital grants to 16 nonprofit organizations in Colorado. The grants will help support community enrichment projects throughout the state. “One of the great things about Colorado is the many organizations that aim to improve their communities right here at home,” said Tim Schultz, president and executive director of the Boettcher Foundation. “Each of these organizations is working hard to support the communities they serve, and we are happy to fund their vision.” The TANK in Rangely has been awarded $15,000 toward improvements to make the venue available for recording artists and the general public.
RBC — The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently announced the availability of up to $1 million for proposed projects in Colorado through the 2008 Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) […]
RBC — While funding required to maintain the levels of service provided by local governments may be decreasing, the needs aren’t.
RBC I The Colorado legislature passed HB11-1031 in 2011. In brief, the bill encourages the formation of creative districts in communities, neighborhoods, or contiguous geographic areas, for the purposes of attracting creative entrepreneurs and artists […]