What is GrantCorps?

GrantCorps provides information, training, and technical support to nonprofits across Colorado in grant development and management so that funding gets to the organizations that need it most. All GrantCorps services are provided at no cost to eligible organizations. We support small, rural, and systemically marginalized communities, as well as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) led organizations so they can more equitably access private and government grant funding.

Our goals are to:

  • Increase the amount of grant funds awarded to small, rural, and systemically marginalized communities
  • Provide robust, accessible, and free grant training opportunities to eligible nonprofits
  • Provide free grant coaching and consultation services to eligible nonprofits such as drafting, reviewing, and submitting grant applications and reports

Are you eligible?

Are you a Colorado-based initiative or organization connected to workforce development, looking for support in grant seeking, development, and management?

  • Do you work in an organization that is BIPOC-led and is serving BIPOC communities?
  • Are you located in a rural community?
  • Is your annual budget less than $1M?
  • Do you currently experience challenges accessing private and government grant funding?

If ANY of this sounds like you, please complete this interest form and we will follow up with you!

Have questions?

Contact the GrantCorps Team

Katy Pepinsky, Director of GrantCorps: email hidden; JavaScript is required, tel: 720.885.9889. Ella habla español.


This Toolkit has been established to assist smaller nonprofits serving rural communities and organizations that focus efforts on underserved workforce populations, in navigating the State & Local Fiscal Recovery Fund grant application and reporting process. The guide was developed in partnership between Community Resource Center & the Colorado Workforce Development Council. 

Helpful Links

State & Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF) Info Session Video: In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, national, state, and local governments are being charged with supporting communities in their response and recovery. The State & Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, or SLFRF, is one mechanism that is directing funds to state, local, and Tribal governments across the country to support their response to and recovery from COVID-19. In this session we cover the offerings, eligibility, and requirements of the State & Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF) as well as resources to assist nonprofit organizations with limited fund development capacity to seek and apply for these government grants.

Colorado Grants Guide: developed by the Community Resource Center (CRC), is the state’s leading online resource for funding research. This database contains hundreds of profiles of local foundations and trusts, corporations, national funders, government agencies and religious organizations that support Colorado nonprofits. These profiles are updated regularly, so as to always provide the most relevant information available.

Upcoming Trainings and Information Sessions

April – June 2023

GrantCorps Government Grant Contracting

April 18 | 9-12 PM | Zoom 

Get Government Grants (2 Part Series)

May 10 & 12 | 9-12 PM | Zoom 

2023 Funders of GrantCorps