The Women’s Fund of Weld County’s grant making philosophy is to find, fund, and nurture programs within non-profit organizations.  These programs address unmet needs of women and girls in Weld County which will enable them to become self-confident, independent and economically self sufficient members of the community. 

Grants will be evaluated based on:

  • greatest impact to women/girls who will benefit from the grant
  • alignment with the Women’s Fund criteria (click the Criteria tab below and FAQ for specifics)
  • the quality and need for the project

 Note: Grant proposals that do not meet our criteria will not be considered.

2017-2018 Grantees

It's anticipated that over 3,100 women and girls of Weld County will be impacted by the funds granted.  A total of $34,334 was granted to the following agencies:
Project Title
Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County $2,300 Untouchables Dance Troupe
Colorado Therapy Horses $5,000 Horse Powered Women
Community Grief Center $2,000 Hope for Grieving Women
Girls on the Run of the Rockies $2,000 Girls on the Run-Weld County
I Have a Dream $2,680 DreamHer Camping Trip
Leanna's Closet $4,124 Leanna's Closet
Prairie Ridge Elementary $2,200 Girls on the Run
Salida Del Sol Academy $3,050 Girls on the Run
Santa Cops of Weld County $5,000 Holiday gifts for girls
Soccer Without Borders $3,530 Girls' Team Coach Training
UNC Foundation $1,200 Journey, A Young Women's Conference
Windsor Charter Academy $1,250 WCA VEX Robotics Team-Phynix

Grant Details for 2018 - 2019 Applications

The grants acceptence period for 2018-2019 begins on May 1, 2018.


Applications are Available Starting May 1
Application Deadline: August 31*
Grant Notification Date: October

Grants Funded: October/November


*The Grants committee will begin review of received grant applications beginning August 1. Clarification requests regarding applications will be emailed to applicants in August.

Final grant applications must be received by August 31, with notification by October of the current year. Available grants for this cycle will be from $500-$5,000. If this is a reapplication, you must submit a Grant Evaluation Form of the current project.

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Required items to apply for a grant from the Women's Fund of Weld County:


FAQ regarding the application process


Funding Focus

Our funding focus is solely for programs that support girls and women and their economic self-sufficiency and self-esteem.  We accept grant applicants whose programs reach women and girls throughout all of Weld county. 

The Women's Fund of Weld County will consider partially funding grantees. 

Within this focus, the Women’s Fund concentrates its funding in two strategic areas:
1) girls’ futures; and
2) girls’ and women’s education, employment, training and self-development.


STEM3 resizedbThe Women's Fund of Weld County awards grants to 501(c)(3) tax-exempt (or equivalent) nonprofit organizations.

The Women’s Fund of Weld County supports programs that include:

 - collaborative partnerships

 - innovative approaches

 - endeavors which build upon existing resources or services

 - involvement of diverse racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups

 - potential for additional financial resources and community support

 - long term impact on individuals, or potential impact

 - specific, measurable goals and outcomes

 - movement towards being self-sustaining

 - projects that serve or are used by women and girls who reside in Weld County (however, a grantee's home office can be located outside Weld County)


 The Women’s Fund of Weld County will NOT support:

 - grants to one organization to be passed to another

 - endowments

 - debt reduction

 - campaigns to elect candidates, lobbying activities or intent

 - programs to promote religious or sectarian activities

 - annual appeals or membership drives

 - capital purposes including building improvements and office equipment

 - scholarships for course work or conferences for individuals or payments to individuals (funding available only to groups, agencies and non-profits)

 - fundraisers

 - ongoing staff salaries

 - repeated applications for funding of the same program



Girl Scouts of Colorado - 2015 Fun in the Sun Summer Program

The Women’s Fund of Weld County may enter into temporary partnerships with other organizations which promote various women’s programs or issues which the Women’s Fund finds fill a community need.