Tag Archives: CCI

New Horizon’s success is reason to celebrate

by Ashley Kasprzak, JVA Consulting Not sure about your work projects, but a few of mine have been especially trying lately. Most projects are successful, a rare few don’t work as well as I’d hope and some I always wonder … Continue reading

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Human Services Network of Colorado launches poverty forum

By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting At JVA Consulting, we are always excited to see grantees of the Colorado Compassion Initiative (CCI) taking innovative steps towards greater impact. CCI is a capacity building program for faith-based and community organizations that provide … Continue reading

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Former JVA intern wants to know if you participate in online fundraising

By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting How do you feel about online fundraising? Are you comfortable making donations through an organization’s Web site or Facebook Causes page? These are questions that former JVA intern Brooke Fritz has for you. Currently a … Continue reading

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Las Animas Helping Hands finalist for El Pomar award

by Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting Las Animas Helping Hands (LAHH), a nonprofit that provides for the emergency needs of individuals and families living in Bent County, Colorado, and the surrounding area, has been selected as a finalist for El Pomar … Continue reading

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COCA holds first annual Race for Awareness

by Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting According to the American Cancer Society: Ovarian cancer is the ninth most common cancer among women A woman’s risk of getting this type of cancer is 1 in 71 In order to raise funds and … Continue reading

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Tough times won’t keep Summit Cancer Solutions down

Littleton, Colorado-based nonprofit Summit Cancer Solutions has offered cancer-specific exercise programs to cancer patients and survivors for the last eight years. Like so many other nonprofit organizations in recent months, Summit Cancer Solutions’ funding sources are strained due to the … Continue reading

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How we’ve kept Belle aging in community for 102 years

by Kerry Lupher In her royal blue velour sweat suit and a Black Hills gold ring her late husband gave her many decades ago, Belle looked just beautiful seated in her wheelchair (although I hear she doesn’t really need it) … Continue reading

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Starbucks Foundation and CCI engage social entrepreneurs

The Starbucks Foundation has opened the application period for Starbucks Shared Planet Youth Action Grants. These grant opportunities are available to nonprofit organizations that provide service opportunities to people ages 6–24. Grant awards will range from $10,000 to $25,000 each … Continue reading

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AARP poll finds boomers are turning to the Internet

The AARP recently conducted a poll on the Internet usage of Americans in the age groups 50–64 and 65 and older. The findings show that the boomer population is turning to the Internet for information and to stay connected. Sixty-eight … Continue reading

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Apply now for Year 3 of the Colorado Compassion Initiative

JVA Consulting is excited to announce that the application period for Year 3 of the Colorado Compassion Initiative (CCI) has officially begun. CCI is a capacity building program for faith-based and community organizations that provide services to people 55 and … Continue reading

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