Forms & Instructions

Please read this page for important information about applying for grant funds from the Broomfield Community Foundation.

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The Broomfield Community Foundation currently awards grants for programs that benefit Broomfield citizens in the following areas:

  • Civic Projects*
  • Human Service Programs
  • Arts*
  • Senior/ Aging Adult Programs
  • Educational Programs

Innovative programs and/or collaborative initiatives in these areas are always of particular interest.

*Attn: Arts & Civic Organizations

The Broomfield Community Foundation now has 2 annual grant cycles, with Arts/ Civic taking place in spring and Human Service/ Education/ Seniors taking place in late fall.  If you are an arts or civic organization that directly serves Broomfield residents, please check back in April 2024 for information about the 2024 grant cycle, with grants awarded in early Fall 2024.

2023-24 BCF/ BDHS Human Service Grant Application Information

The Broomfield Community Foundation and the Broomfield Department of Human Services are seeking applicants for the 2024 Non-Profit Grant Program.

  1. The mandatory pre-qualification form opens August 8th and is available at Deadline to submit is August 24th by 5 pm.

  2. Interested non-profits are invited to attend an online informational session on Wed., Aug. 16 at 10:30 a.m. The recording of this meeting will be sent to recipients of this email.

  3. Pre-qualification forms are due by 5 p.m. on Mon., Aug. 21, and all organizations must submit a pre-qualification form in order to submit an application for funding. 

  4. Qualified agencies will receive individual invites on Fri., Sept. 1 with the application link. Applications must be submitted by October 5th by 5 pm. Late applications will not be accepted.

Please contact Tiffany Stockard at with additional questions.

Additional information

To be eligible for funding, the applicant agency must:

  • Submit a completed Broomfield Community Foundation Grant Application including all required attachments;
  • Provide legal documentation of its 501(c)(3) or equivalent tax-exempt status; and,
  • Sufficiently demonstrate that services will be provided to Broomfield residents.
  • If you are working with a school or other organization within the community, provide a letter(s) of support from them that show they desire your services.
  • If using a fiscal sponsor, include the following:
    • The memorandum of understanding or the contract between the organization and the fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor.
    • Financial attachments
      • Organization Budget
      • Current (year-to-date) financial statements
      • Year-end financial statements, audit and Sources of Income Table
    • Proof of IRS federal tax-exempt status for the fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor, dated within the last five years.
    • Board of directors list for the fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor.

Funding Restrictions:

  • Funds must be used for Broomfield residents.
  • Funds may not be used for religious programming/activities, for proselytizing activities, or for the purchase, development or distribution of materials or information that promote a particular religion or faith.
  • Funds may not be used to lobby for or support political issues or candidates.
  • Funds cannot be used as grants or gifts to individuals.
  • Funds cannot be used for trip and/or event sponsorships.