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Colorado Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Resources

Colorado Attorneys for the Arts - Colorado Attorneys (CAFTA) is a new program of the Colorado Business Committee (CBCA). CAFTA supports the growth of Colorado's vibrant creative sector by matching qualifies artists with volunteer attorneys ready to address discrete legal matters by lending expertise.


Colorado Creative Industries - This is the premier site for grants and programs in the arts across Colorado.


Colorado Grants Guide - This tool is a comprehensive grants database containing hundreds of profiles of funders that support Colorado nonprofit organizations. The database allows grant-seekers to research funders that support a specific area of interest, geographic location or type of grant such as general operating support or capital campaigns. Due to licensing restrictions, this site is not available for at-home use, but is available on-site at Harmony, Old Town and Council Tree Libraries.


Colorado Nonprofit Association - This site gives a step-by-step guide to starting a nonprofit. Also provides addresses and websites for Colorado nonprofit information.


Colorado Nonprofit Development Center - Assists emerging charitable groups by providing them with management services, fiscal sponsorship, and guidance in developing best practices.


Colorado Secretary of State - Contact the Secretary of State’s office to determine the process for incorporation as a nonprofit organization, as well as for general reporting procedures.


Community Resource Center - The Community Resource Center offers programs to help explore the issues involved in starting a nonprofit. One-on-one consulting and technical assistance is available on a fee basis to guide you through the process. CRC offers grantwriting and other courses of interest to nonprofits and publishes the Colorado Grants Guide.


Fort Fund - The objective of Fort Fund is to provide grants to local organizations for events that foster, encourage, and promote cultural activities, tourism, and other events. Events may be artistic, ethnic, historic, educational or recreational in nature and reflect the values and traditions of Fort Collins.


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