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Who Should Apply for Funding?

The A.V. Hunter Trust has a reach that is state-wide and includes urban, suburban and rural areas of Colorado.  The Trust provides:

  • Grants to qualifying nonprofit organizations offering direct services to assist those in need, including:

  • Youth

  • Seniors

  • Disabled

  • Indigent

Click here for more information on organization grants.

Please note:  The A.V. Hunter Trust is not currently accepting letters of inquiry or proposals for grants to organizations that were not funded last year.  Please check back here for updates on this policy.

If you have questions, please email:

The A.V. Hunter Trust awarded $282,500 in special COVID-19 Response grants in 2020. These 54 surprise grants were given without restriction.  Most of the recipients were small rural food banks, meal programs, emergency services programs, shelters, and organizations serving seniors and victims of violence.   


Recognizing that nearly all nonprofits are facing challenges right now, the Trust is working to maintain our regular grant cycles.  For those organizations that were funded in 2020, all grant application and report deadlines have not changed.  Proposal reviews and grant distributions are remaining on schedule.  If your organization was not funded in 2020, please hold any inquiries regarding eligibility until after the office reopens. 


The A. V. Hunter Trust continues to operate remotely.  The office is closed, and all travel has been cancelled until future notice.  Any updates will be posted here on our website, so please check back occasionally for the latest information. 


Thank you for your patience as we work through this together.  


If you have further questions, please email: 

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