Upcoming Board of Trustees Meetings
- February 28, 2018
- June 19, 2018
- August 27, 2018
- September 30, 2018
- Please note, we accept competitive applications on a rolling basis.
El Pomar Funds
Learn more about El Pomar's grant making.Learn More
Please call the Grants Department at:
1-800-554-7711Send us an Email
Am I Eligible?
Your organization is eligible to apply for a grant from El Pomar Foundation if:
- It is an active 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
- Its activities take place in Colorado
- If requesting capital support, your request is less than $100,000
How To Apply
You can apply for a grant online. Be sure to have:
- The name and address of your organization and contact information for the CEO/Executive Director
- Concise statements describing your request
- Your organization's three (3) most recent years of audited financial statements
El Pomar offers several funds, including the:
- Ackerman Fund
- Hambrick Fund
- Wildland Fire Fund
A final report is required when all grant funds have been expended. This report provides the opportunity to communicate the achievements and challenges related to the grant your organization received.
The former Salvation Army building is being transformed into Pueblo Rescue Mission's temporary warming shelter, scheduled to stay open every night through April.
Are you a current undergraduate student looking to learn more about business, communications, finance, or the nonprofit sector? Consider applying for El Pomar’s Summer Internship! This 10 week program offers positions in a number of the Foundation’s offices including Grants, Investments, and Regional Partnerships. This paid summer program provides interns the opportunity to support the needs of the Foundation, participate in weekly professional development workshops and seminars, and gain tangible skills applicable to all sectors. Visit our website at www.elpomar.org/programs/internship or contact email@example.com for more information! Applications are due February 12th by 11:59 PM MST.
#Celebrating80Years : Boys and Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region is the oldest Boys & Girls Club west of the Mississippi River, and has been serving the community of Colorado Springs since 1888. Although they had no children of their own, Spencer and Julie Penrose consistently demonstrated their commitment to the well-being of children in their community. They gave generously to organizations like the Boys & Girls Club of Colorado Springs throughout their lives and El Pomar is proud to continue that legacy today.
#WhyFellowshipWednesday: There are only six days left to apply for the 2018 class of El Pomar Fellows!
#celebrating80years : El Pomar Foundation has a proud legacy of 80 years of giving in Colorado and the Pikes Peak region. Throughout 2018, we will be looking back on this legacy by showcasing a grantee organization representing every single year from 1937-2017! Today we are proud to begin this project by highlighting Fountain Valley School of Colorado, which has been an institution in Colorado Springs education since 1929.
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@ElPomarFdtn • October 20
Thank you to our Keynote Speaker, Harris Sherman, for his insights on the Waldo Canyon Fire & how to prepare our co… https://t.co/lJEpolE4cp