The Daniels Fund
The Fund focuses its grantmaking on aging, alcoholism and substance abuse, amateur sports, disabilities, education, the homeless and disadvantaged, and youth development. Aging grants fund in-home services, community engagement, and end of life/palliative care. Alcoholism and substance abuse grants support prevention, treatment, and supportive/after-care services. Amateur sports grants seek to foster increased sportsmanship, confidence, discipline, and leadership. Supportive services for the developmentally disabled and providing equipment and resources for the physically disabled are the focus of the disability grants. Education grants target early childhood education, K-12 education reform, and ethics and integrity curriculums. Grants for the homeless and disadvantaged provide help for emergency services and transitional housing with supportive services. Youth development grants fund academic and supplemental services, civic literacy and community engagement programs, financial literacy and entrepreneurship programs, along with career and technical education. Organizations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming as well as programs with a national impact are eligible to apply. National grants are by invitation only. Letters of inquiry requested. Additional information including the names and contact information for the program officers is available on the Web site.
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