If you're a small, community-based nonprofit with an annual budget of between $150,000 and $2 million, Colorado has just the thing for you.
The state's Department of Local Affairs is now accepting applications for its Nonprofit Infrastructure Grant Program, which aims to help nonprofits in "historically underrepresented, underserved, or under-resourced" communities rebuild infrastructure after the Covid-19 flu pandemic, the Denver Post reports.
The grants will be awarded up to $100,000 each, with selected organizations receiving up to $100,000.
"While the grant is not for programming, it does open doors for other opportunities such as strategic planning, professional development for board and staff, technology, etc," says DOLA program manager Kodi Johnson.
"The NPI grant is an incredible opportunity for infrastructure and capacity building that will support the state's small nonprofit community."
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