The Launch Community Skatepark received a $5,000 grant from the Bohemian Foundation. Courtesy Bohemian Foundation.

Bohemian Foundation awards $557,228 to local organizations

FORT COLLINS —  The Bohemian Foundation has awarded $557,228 to 39 local organizations working to encourage and enable youth to thrive and to empower individuals and families on the path toward economic stability.

The Bohemian Foundation awards Pharos Fund grants twice each year. Pharos Fund is a program of the Bohemian Foundation that makes awards up to $30,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and government units. 

Those winning awards:Organization Project Award 

  • A Little Help, $5,000.
  • Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County, $25,000.
  • Fort Collins Bike Co-op Latinx Program, $4,000. 
  • Book Trust, $30,000.
  • Break Free Inc. dba Free Our Girls, $5,000.
  • Cache La Poudre Middle School, $19,600. 
  • CASA of Larimer County, $25,000. 
  • Catholic Charities & Community Services,$15,000.
  • Center for Public Deliberation, CSU, $20,000.
  • Children’s Center Speech & Reading, $15,000.
  • ChildSafe Colorado Inc., $10,000. 
  • Crossroads Safehouse Inc., $25,000. 
  • Department of Human Development and Family Studies, CSU, $15,000.
  • Larimer County Extension Family Leadership Training Institute, $10,000.
  • Faith Family Hospitality of Fort Collins dba Family Housing Network of FC, $15,000.
  • First United Methodist Church of Fort Collins, $20,128.
  • Food Bank for Larimer County, $30,000.
  • Fort Collins Creator Hub, $5,000.
  • Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, $25,000.
  • Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, $2,500. 
  • Homeward Alliance, $20,000.
  • Larimer County Partners Inc., $15,000.
  • Launch’s Indoor Skatepark, $5,000.
  • Little Shop of Physics, CSU, $15,000.
  • Live the Victory Inc. dba The Matthews House, $25,000.
  • McBackpack Inc., $10,000.
  • Neighbor to Neighbor Inc., $30,000.
  • Project Self-Sufficiency of Loveland-Fort Collins, $15,000.
  • Project Smile Corp., $15,000 
  • Red Feather Lakes Community Library, $3,500.
  • School of Education, CSU, $5,000.
  • Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center, $15,000.
  • Share Our Strength dba Cooking Matters, $5,000.
  • Shepardson Elementary School, $5,000.

  • SummitStone Health Partners, $7,500.
  • The Family Center/La Familia, $20,000. 
  • The Growing Project, $5,000.
  • Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center, $10,000.
  • Volunteers of America, Colorado Branch, $10,000.

Applications for the next round of Pharos Fund grants will begin with applications on Dec. 11.

FORT COLLINS —  The Bohemian Foundation has awarded $557,228 to 39 local organizations working to encourage and enable youth to thrive and to empower individuals and families on the path toward economic stability.

The Bohemian Foundation awards Pharos Fund grants twice each year. Pharos Fund is a program of the Bohemian Foundation that makes awards up to $30,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and government units. 

Those winning awards:Organization Project Award 

  • A Little Help, $5,000.
  • Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County, $25,000.
  • Fort Collins Bike Co-op Latinx Program, $4,000. 
  • Book Trust, $30,000.
  • Break Free Inc. dba Free Our Girls, $5,000.
  • Cache La Poudre Middle School, $19,600. 
  • CASA of Larimer County, $25,000. 
  • Catholic Charities & Community Services,$15,000.
  • Center for Public Deliberation, CSU, $20,000.
  • Children’s Center Speech & Reading, $15,000.
  • ChildSafe Colorado Inc., $10,000. 
  • Crossroads Safehouse Inc., $25,000. 
  • Department of Human Development and Family Studies, CSU, $15,000.
  • Larimer County Extension Family Leadership Training Institute, $10,000.
  • Faith Family Hospitality of Fort Collins dba Family Housing Network of FC, $15,000.
  • First United Methodist Church of Fort Collins, $20,128.
  • Food Bank for Larimer County, $30,000.
  • Fort Collins Creator Hub, $5,000.
  • Fort Collins Museum of…