2020 Grant Recipients
Since its inception, the Foundation has given over $500,000 to outreach ministry including many worthy organizations. The board of Second Century Foundation is pleased to announce community impact grants totaling over $50,000 were made to the following area non-profits:
The Blue Bench
The Blue Bench exists to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and the community through comprehensive issue advocacy, prevention and care.
Capitol Hill Community Services
Capitol Hill Community Services provides reliable, healthy meals to the homeless and poor that will enable a return to self-sufficient life. In addition to very good food, they also serve dignity and respect to their clients.
The Delores Project
The Delores Project provides safe, comfortable shelter and personalized services for unaccompanied women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness.
Father Woody's Haven of Hope
Father Woody’s Haven of Hope provides food, shelter, clothing, counseling, rehabilitation and hygienic services to the homeless and less fortunate. These funds were provided in association with Ezra M. Bell Foundation.
The Gathering Place
The Gathering Place is the only daytime drop-in center in metropolitan Denver that serves women, their children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty, many of whom are also experiencing homelessness.
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver builds and sells homes to hard-working people in need of decent and affordable housing. Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope.
Providence Network a transnational housing organization helping impoverished men, women and families heal from addictions and abuse.
MetroCaring meets people’s immediate food needs while sustainably addressing the root cause of hunger: poverty–by providing nutritious groceries and anti-hunger programming.
St. Francis Center
St. Francis Center provides shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.
Warren Village exists so low-income, single-parent families can achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.
We Don't Waste
We Don’t Waste supports the community and environment by reclaiming and redistributing quality food to those in need.