Denver Area Grants and Funding Options

Denver Area Local Non-Profit Organizations and City Grants For Funding:

  • Kids Mobility Network:  www.KidsMobility.org Kids Mobility Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing children with disabilities with durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers and other medical equipment.  They have a local warehouse and are operated by a husband and wife team who have a disabled daughter.  They have been serving families since 2006 can help connect your family with other resources too.  Online printable application.  Contact Pete or Christy Kopp at 303.242.8281.  [email protected] and [email protected], 7390 S. Fraser Street, Suite A, Centennial CO 80112
  • AT Funding Sources: http://www.at-partners.org/ATFunding/
    • This web site incorporates an on-line database system providing individuals with disabilities, family members, and caregivers with a single point of entry for determining where to seek funding for Assistive Technology (AT) devices, equipment, or software across the state of Colorado. University of Colorado has put together a database of all the available funding sources for people in Colorado.  There are over 2000 funding programs for all types of needs, and you can sort by disability, need, age, county, and many more.
  • V. Hunter Trust, Inc: www.avhuntertrust.org
    • 303-399.5482, P.O. Box 460668, Glendale, CO 80246.  The Trust’s Application for Assistance form is to be filled out only by a social worker, caseworker, or third party professional acting on behalf of their client/patient. See website for strict rules for calling and application.
  • Friends of Man: friendsofman.org
    • 303.798.2342.  P.O. Box 937, Littleton, CO 80160-0937 Applications are accepted only from referring professionals (health care and social workers, clergy, counselors, etc.) on behalf of people in need of assistance. If the application is approved, Friends of Man pays a vendor for the needed items or services. Friends of Man also has a Children’s Assistance Program.  
  • Home Builders Foundation: http://www.hbfdenver.org/
    • (303) 551-6721, 9033 E. Easter Place, Suite 200, Centennial, Colorado 80112
  • City of Aurora Handicapped Accessibility Grant Program:
    • 303-739.7903, Larry Waldron, [email protected] (City of Aurora HUD program). This grant program requires the individual to be a homeowner living in the city of Aurora. The income guidelines cater to the low to moderate income household.
  • Littleton Housing Authority Rehab Program:
    • 303-991.5301, Kimberly Kingston
  • The Resource Exchange (TRE): tre.org
    • 719-380.1100, 418 South Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
  • The Institute for Senior Citizens Assistance:
    • Craig Miller, P.O. Box 621672, Littleton, CO 80162
  • Center for People With Disabilities: cpwd.org
    • 303-442.8662, 1675 Range St, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Colorado Fund for People with Disabilities: http://www.cfpdtrust.org/
    • 303-476.6314, 1355 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver CO, 80222
  • Wells Fargo’s Community Development Mortgage Program: https://www.wellsfargo.com/mortgage/lift/
    • Offers a below-market interest rate to non-first time disabled home buyers.
  • Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation: http://rayofhopecolorado.org/apply-grant/download-application/
    • (720) 300-2095, 1385 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite 714, Denver, Colorado 80222

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