The Rose Community Foundation, founded in 1995, supports efforts to improve the quality of life throughout the Greater Denver community through its endowed grantmaking programs, and by advising and assisting donors who wish to make thoughtful charitable investments to better the community.
The foundation, which serves seven Denver-area counties, focuses on in five program areas: Aging, Child and Family Development, Education, Health, and Jewish Life.
More than $2 million will be directed to the Rose Community Foundation's Denver/Boulder Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Initiative after it was praised in a Rose-funded evaluation by strategic...more
The Rose Community Foundation has given $30,000, and the Denver Foundation, which is administering the fund with help from an advisory committee, will chip in $5,000. The intention of Denver's new...more
Latino Community Foundation of Colorado: Currently part of the Rose Community Foundation, the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado announced it would become a separate entity starting in 2019. The...more
This talk is part of the Jewish Studies Community Talks Series, made possible in part by a grant from Rose Community Foundation. The lecture will take place from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 14,...more
In 2014, I was awarded the Community Service Award by the Montrose Community Foundation. And in 2017, I was one of 25 women recognized as a Woman of Distinction by the Montrose Daily Press. Q: Why...more
Dental Aid, Inc. is pleased to announce they have received a grant from Rose Community Foundation for $118,240 over three years. Dental Aid specializes in providing affordable, high quality dental...more
The community can donate through the Montrose Community Foundation, P.O. Box 3020, Montrose, CO 81402. Specify it is for Montrose Christmas Meals. While Stevenson is grateful for his volunteers, they...more