A new Notice of Grant Opportunity (NOGO) has been realeased for an AmeriCorps State special competition for programs addressing the targeted priority areas of Safer Communities and Healthy Futures.
This special competitive competition put on by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) is seeking organizations to host programs to reduce and/or prevent prescription drug and opioid abuse, or those seeking to strengthen law enforcement and community relations.
Concept Papers are due to Serve Colorado by April 3, click here for more information.
Serve Colorado is pleased to release the 2017 Notice of Grant Opportunity (NOGO) for AmeriCorps State Formula grants.
Click here for more information on how to get AmeriCorps members serving in your community.
The time has come!! Voting is now open for the OB4CO book selection for 2017. View the celebrity videos today and cast your vote for the book that every 4-year-old will be reading this spring.
Serve Colorado administers 14 AmeriCorps State grants to organizations across the state to run AmeriCorps programs. Over 1100 members serve at over 350 service sites statewide. Click here to learn more about our AmeriCorps programs.
Serve Colorado serves as a catalyst for the promotion and expansion of community service and volunteerism to all Colorado residents as an effective means to address civic and social issues and improve the overall well-being of communities across the state.