COVID-19 R.E.S.P.O.N.D. Fund Fund
About This Fund
Rose Community Foundation has created a dedicated fund for individuals who would like to support our ongoing, equity-focused response to the medical, economic and social impacts of COVID-19 in seven-county Metro Denver.
Support our ongoing, equity-focused response to the health, economic and social impacts of COVID-19. Contributions will fund grants to local organizations serving people and communities most significantly and disproportionately affected by the pandemic. Grantmaking to date has prioritized older adults, immigrants, communities of color, women, remote learners, and people who are medically vulnerable, economically displaced, experiencing homelessness or housing or food insecurity, or domestically at-risk.
About The Host Organization
Our work is rooted in history. Rose Community Foundation was created in 1995 with the assets from the sale of Rose Medical Center, a hospital created by Denver’s Jewish community in 1949. Today, we operate entirely independently from the hospital, but our work remains grounded in the priorities that guided the hospital’s work: a tradition of philanthropy, a commitment to serving the entire community and high standards of excellence.