Who We Are
Community Resource Center envisions a strong and sustainable nonprofit sector leading our state towards a more just future. Strong Colorado communities need resilient and healthy nonprofits who offer innovative programming that achieves greater mission success and are better stewards of awarded dollars and donations. CRC works alongside nonprofits, government entities, foundations, and other community stakeholders creating broader connections and impact within the community.
History & Programs
Community Resource Center (CRC) was founded in 1981. CRC’s initial mission was to assist organizations that used community organizing to promote social change in Denver’s inner city. By 1984, the mission expanded to encompass the broad range of nonprofit organizations and community groups that provide services throughout Colorado. CRC has responded to the needs of the sector by continually developing new ways to serve Colorado’s nonprofits.
Community Resource Center believes that a strong and impactful nonprofit ecosystem leads Colorado to a just and equitable future. CRC supports, strengthens, and galvanizes change-makers across the nonprofit ecosystem, working together to create a more equitable Colorado.
Browse our Board of Directors, the CRC Team, Americorps VIsta Members, CRC Interns, and CRC Volunteers.
Learn more about the Colorado Collaborative for Nonprofits and all the other great organizations supporting nonprofit education, leadership development and capacity building in Colorado.
View our annual report, which lists our impact and reach in Colorado. Also browse the archives of our email newsletter, which is sent to subscribers every month and includes upcoming professional development opportunities, grant deadlines and RFPs, and updates on sector-wide news.
Learn more about CRC’s commitment to equity and inclusion as an organization and through our work.