Children play at LaFamilia, one of the recipients of a fall grant from the Bohemian Foundation. Courtesy Bohemian Foundation

Fall Bohemian grants total $540,000

FORT COLLINS — The Bohemian Foundation has awarded $540,000 to 37 local organizations working to encourage and enable youth to thrive, empower individuals and families on the path toward economic stability, and strengthen the community. The Bohemian Foundation awards Pharos Fund grants twice every year. Since its inception in 2001, Bohemian Foundation has awarded almost $19 million in grants to a variety of organizations serving the Fort Collins area.

Pharos Fund makes awards up to $30,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and governmental units. A committee comprised of Bohemian Foundation board members and community reviewers selects grantees through a competitive application process.

The fall recipients are:

  • A Little Help, Fort Collins Older Adult Services, $10,000.
  • Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County, Raising Awareness of Personal Power Program, $20,000.
  • BASE Camp Inc., customer and business management software, $10,000.
  • Boltz Middle School, Poudre School District, Equitable Learning for All program, $5,000.
  • Book Trust, general support, $30,000.
  • Cache La Poudre Middle School, Poudre School District, extended time after-school program, $15,000.
  • CASA of Larimer County, Court Appointed Special Advocates Program, $25,000.
  • Catholic Charities & Community Services, The Mission, $10,000.
  • CSU Center for Public Deliberation, general support, $25,000.
  • Children’s Speech & Reading Center, general support, $7,500.
  • ChildSafe Colorado Inc., adolescent program support, $12,500.
  • Crossroads Safehouse Inc., general support, $30,000.
  • CSU Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Campus Connections, $20,000.
  • Larimer County Extension, Family Leadership Training Institute, $10,000.
  • Food Bank of Larimer County, Fresh Food Share, $30,000.
  • Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, general support, $25,000.
  • Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, Connecting Cultural Communities program, $3,000.
  • Homeward Alliance, One Village One Family, $12,500.
  • Larimer County Partners Inc., general support, $18,500.
  • Lincoln IB World Middle School, Poudre School District, low ropes course, $10,000.
  • CSU Little Shop of Physics, Enhancing the Elementary STEAM Experience, $15,000.
  • The Matthews House, empowering youth, $25,000.
  • Livermore Elementary School, Poudre School District, after school program, $2,500.
  • McBackpack Inc., general support, $5,000.
  • Neighbor to Neighbor Inc., Achievement of Housing Stability, $30,000.
  • Poudre Global Academy, Poudre School District, capital project, $15,000.
  • Project Self Sufficiency, Healthy Families Program, $15,000.
  • Project Smile Corp., general support, $15,000.
  • CSU School of Education, Caminos Partnership, $10,000.
  • Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center, advocacy, outreach and prevention, $15,000.
  • SummitStone Health Partners, Grandfamily Support Program, $10,000.
  • The Center for Fine Art Photography, Zora J. Murff Project, $3,500.
  • The Colorado Youth Outdoors Charitable Trust, outreach and partner program, $5,000.
  • The Family Center/La Familia, A Two Generation Approach for Child Development, $15,000.
  • The Growing Project, general support, $10,000.
  • Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center, Safety Smarts Prevention training, $10,000.
  • Volunteers of America, Colorado Branch, Larimer RSVP, $10,000.

Bohemian Foundation will begin accepting applications for the next Pharos Fund round on Dec. 19.

FORT COLLINS — The Bohemian Foundation has awarded $540,000 to 37 local organizations working to encourage and enable youth to thrive, empower individuals and families on the path toward economic stability, and strengthen the community. The Bohemian Foundation awards Pharos Fund grants twice every year. Since its inception in 2001, Bohemian Foundation has awarded almost $19 million in grants to a variety of organizations serving the Fort Collins area.

Pharos Fund makes awards up to $30,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and governmental units. A committee comprised of Bohemian Foundation board members and community reviewers selects grantees through a competitive application process.

The fall recipients are:

  • A Little Help, Fort Collins Older Adult Services, $10,000.
  • Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County, Raising Awareness of Personal Power Program, $20,000.
  • BASE Camp Inc., customer and business management software, $10,000.
  • Boltz Middle School, Poudre School District, Equitable Learning for All program, $5,000.
  • Book Trust, general support, $30,000.
  • Cache La Poudre Middle School, Poudre School District, extended time after-school program, $15,000.
  • CASA of Larimer County, Court Appointed Special Advocates Program, $25,000.
  • Catholic Charities & Community Services, The Mission, $10,000.
  • CSU Center for Public Deliberation, general support, $25,000.
  • Children’s Speech & Reading Center, general support, $7,500.
  • ChildSafe Colorado Inc., adolescent program support, $12,500.
  • Crossroads Safehouse Inc., general support, $30,000.