The Colorado Grants Guide is Colorado’s leading online tool for grant funding research. This comprehensive resource guide contains over 750 profiles of local foundations and trusts, corporations, national funders, and government agencies that support Colorado nonprofit organizations.
The searchable database allows grantseekers to research funders and provides critical information like giving interests, application criteria, guidelines, deadlines, and past grantee information.
CRC no longer prints the Grants Guide Book
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FREE Tutorial Webinar
Join us for a 1-hour introductory webinar to learn more about this valuable online funding research tool!
February 10 | 1-2pm
April 16 | 10-11am
The Colorado Grants Guide has six different subscription types to fit the needs of all our subscribers. Browse the options to the right and choose the one that fits your needs.
Sneak a Peek Inside the Database
Sample Grants Guide Profile
Click here to view an actual profile from the Colorado Grants Guide. Each profile features information including, giving interests, application guidelines, deadlines, financial information, and past grantee information.
Grants Guide 101
This brief video will give you a sneak peek at the database and its basic functions.
Colorado Grants Guide Help
The User’s Guide and Frequently Asked Questions pages can answer all your questions related to purchasing, accessing, and utilizing the Colorado Grants Guide!
Community Resource Center relies on its committed volunteers to support the Colorado Grants Guide and ensure the information is up-to-date and accurate. We are always looking for qualified individuals to fill the Grants Guide Research Volunteer position!
The Research Volunteer opportunity will consist of researching funders who provide support to Colorado nonprofits by reviewing organizational websites, annual reports, financial information and IRS tax documents. This data is then accurately entered into the database template while maintaining a consistent writing style. This is an excellent opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge about the giving priorities and application processes of hundreds of funders.
Learn more about the Research Volunteer position