Daniels Fund announces third-quarter grants totaling $9.5 million
June 06, 2012
The Denver based-Daniels Fund recently announced the recipients of its third-quarter grants, totaling $9.5 million. Throughout 2012, the fund predicts it will award $33 million in grants to nonprofit organizations across New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
In particular, the Daniels Fund supports organizations that work in the following arenas - youth development, K-12 education reform, early childhood education, homeless and disadvantaged, aging, and alcoholism and substance abuse.
"Many of our neighbors are struggling out there and these organizations have a proven record of success in helping people rise above whatever challenges they face," said Linda Childears, president and CEO of the Daniels Fund. "We are honored to support their efforts to make life better in communities across the state."
Recipients from New Mexico include the McCurdy Charter School, the Oasis Institute Albuquerque Older Adult Enrichment Program and the Coming Home Connection.
Nonprofits organizations from Colorado that were awarded major grants include The Betty Ford Center, the Colorado Meth Projects and the Dominican Sisters Home Health Agency.
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