Integrated Community receives $750K grant from Colorado Health Foundation |

Integrated Community receives $750K grant from Colorado Health Foundation

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Integrated Community is reporting the nonprofit has received a $750,000 grant as part of the Colorado Health Foundation’s Equity Collective Initiative.

The nonprofit is based northwest Colorado and serves the immigrant community.

It is one of 15 nonprofits in the state to receive funding. With the money, Integrated Community plans to set up an endowment fund to build its capacity and infrastructure in Routt and Moffat counties.

“We are so honored to be one of the 15 beneficiaries awarded this generous grant from the Colorado Health Foundation,” Executive Director Nelly Navarro said in a statement.

“Integrated Community served 2,120 clients from 42 countries in 2021, and the numbers continue to grow. To fulfill our mission of helping immigrants and their families become self-sufficient, independent and integrated in our community, we will continue to build capacity. The funds received will ensure the longevity and stability of an organization that impacts all our community. It will allow us to increase our impact in Routt and Moffat counties.”

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