Seeking a contracted Web Developer
Easterseals Colorado and the Colorado Respite Care Program is seeking to contract with a web developer for the website www.coloradorespitecoalition.org. This project is anticipated to be on-going, pending available funding. Contractor would be responsible for creating new pages, assisted with technical maintenance and building any new requested systems.
For more information or to apply, contact Meghan Kluth at email@example.com or303-233-1666 x237
The final decision will be determined based on experience, skills, and cost.
The Colorado Respite Care Program periodically awards Community Grants to qualified for profit, nonprofit agencies or governmental entities currently providing respite services in an effort to respond to the respite care needs of Colorado's family caregivers of individuals with special needs, chronic conditions, older adults, foster children and kinship relations and more. Refer to this page for grant RFP announcements and updates.
Respite is planned or emergency care provided to a child or adult with special needs in order to provide temporary relief to family caregivers who are caring for that child or adult. Applicants will demonstrate the capacity to achieve positive outcomes for families in communities through planned or emergency care provided to a child or adult with a special need in order to provide temporary relief to the family caregiver of that child, adult, older adult, foster child or kinship relation. Organizations will be awarded funds to support families in need of respite care
Please note a change in the RFP. For profit entities are now able to apply for this opportunity in addition to nonprofit and government groups.
Fall 2017 Community Grant Recipients:
Click on the organizations below to learn more about programs supported in part by CRC Community Grants.
Community Grant Term: September 27, 2017 - May 19, 2018
Congratulations to the 2017 grant recipients! We are grateful to all agencies that applied.
FAQs for Current Community Grant Cycle
1. What is the maximum percentage of budget that can be used for indirect costs?
A: 12% of proposed budget.
2. Do applicants have to use sample budget template?
A: Yes, applicants must use required budget template.
3. Are current grantees eligible for second cycle grant funds?
A: Not at this time.
Please view the Grant Policy and Procedure document for more information on Community Grants.
National/Colorado Grant Opportunities:
National Caregiver Support Grant Opportunity offered by not-for-profit Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel).
Please follow link below for more information:
Questions on eligibility or grant opportunities? Please direct all grant inquiries and requests to Meghan Kluth at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 233-1666 x257.