COVID-19 Technology Mini-Grant Program – United States
Colorado Springs Health Foundation is seeking applications for the COVID-19 Technology Mini-Grant Program.
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Organizations have had to make myriad changes due to COVID-19, and for many, it has created some technology challenges. This mini-grant is designed to help organizations address their COVID-19-related technology needs.
Organizations may request no more than $5,000 to support hardware (laptops, web cameras, microphones, headsets, printers), software, memberships (e.g. Zoom), moving from a server to cloud, and/or other technology-related expenses.
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Funding Focus Areas
Colorado Springs Health Foundation has identified five funding focus areas.
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Expand access to healthcare for those in greatest need. This includes care for physical, mental, oral and/or substance use disorder-related concerns.
Address the healthcare workforce shortage
Cultivate healthy environments in high-need or underserved communities. Healthy environments are those that encourage greater physical activity or those that increase access to healthy, affordable food.
Prevent or heal trauma; Strengthen resilience
Applicant organizations must be one of the following:
Operating under the fiscal agency of a tax-exempt organization
Tax-supported like a school or local/state government
Applicant organizations must serve either El Paso and/or Teller Counties, Colorado.
In general, Colorado Springs Health Foundation will consider all types of grant requests (general operating, program, capital, capacity-building/technical assistance, etc.).
Grant size (amount approved) varies significantly.
Colorado Springs Health Foundation prefers not to provide sole, majority and/or continuous funding for a request.
Colorado Springs Health Foundation does not support:
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Requests for annual appeals, membership drives, fundraising events, political candidates or lobbying efforts
Requests from re-granting organizations for their own grantmaking activities.
For more information, visit https://cshf.net/grant-opportunities/covid-19-technology/