2022 One Lafayette Grant Program

The One Lafayette grant program is an annual opportunity to recognize the work of community nonprofit organizations. 

As a bridge to the larger implementation of the City’s new Mental Health and Human Services tax fund, City Council directed staff in August 2022 to move forward with a call for applications using the current One Lafayette construct and increase the available funding for this program from roughly $45,000 to $100,000. 

The One Lafayette Committee reviewed 19 applications and awarded the following 16 recipients with funding.  

Listing of the 16 One Lafayette Grant recipients
Agency Name Agency Name
Sister Carmen Community Center Imagine!
Community Food Share Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County
Clinica Family Health Miracles Therapeutic Riding Center
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN) Boulder County RSVP Board, Inc DBA Cultivate
Rocky Mountain Legal Center Rise Against Suicide
Coal Creek Meals on Wheels Thorne Nature Experience
YMCA of Northern Colorado Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP)
Audio Information Network of Colorado Growe Foundation/Garden To Table

Helping local nonprofit organizations

The City assists local nonprofit organizations to provide essential services to the Lafayette community through the One Lafayette Grant Program. Services considered for funding include:

  • Food, shelter, and other emergency family assistance programs
  • Medical care for low-income families and the uninsured
  • Support and services for at-risk children
  • Transportation, support, independence, and dignity for the elderly, developmentally disabled, and physically challenged
  • Tutoring, mentoring, and leadership programs for young people