Community Resource Center creates opportunities, tools and strategies to develop nonprofits and community groups to strengthen Colorado.
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.
Currently, CRC maintains the Rural Philanthropy Days Program annually in two of the eight rural regions across the state continuing to expand resources for rural communities, the Nonprofit Leadership Program, building a professional and personal leadership capacity of more than 700 emerging leaders in the nonprofit sector over the past 25 years, and the Colorado Grants Guide, the first comprehensive guide to funding sources for Colorado nonprofits. In 2001, CRC established an online version of the Colorado Grants Guide with a searchable database that is continuously updated.
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