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Building & Bridging Power Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Rick Winter
03:18
Will the recording be available later or do we need to take notes.
Felisa Gonzales
03:47
The recording will be made available.
Chakira Branch
16:41
We need to make progress towards all of the points or a few
Chakira Branch
17:08
I am talking about the previous two slides
Ann Herbst
17:50
In the RFP, there was a link to a list of all the CP communities. These were listed as AntonitoAvondaleCliftonCraigDog Patch (Pueblo)Dove CreekFort MorganFountainHillside (Colo. Springs)Lago Vista Mobile Home Park (Loveland area)MontbelloNorthwest AuroraOlatheParachute and Battlement Mesa (Grand Valley)Saguache and KV EstatesSan LuisSheridanYuma
Felisa Gonzales
17:52
Thanks Chakira, we'll get to your question in the next section.
Ann Herbst
18:09
There are obviously a lot more than 7 listed here! Which are the ones we should focus on?
Ann Herbst
23:05
Thanks so much— that helps a lot :)))
Sara Leahy
24:28
Can you provide an explanation of how the Trust defines grassroots and grasstops organizations? Any examples? Can organizations do both?
Felisa Gonzales
25:30
Thanks Sara, we'll get to your questions shortly.
Rick Winter
27:47
These may be answered later -- what is total amount of time expected in required meetings with Colorado Trust per month - meetings, learnings, evaluation etc? Also, is the only chance in 4-5 years or will there be annual opportunities for applying?
Sally Boughton
29:03
Will you be considering proposals from organizations that are just beginning their formal advocacy efforts?
Rachel Landis
42:14
Can you explain again how the CP aspect of this grant works?
Eric Kornacki
43:15
How will coalitions be viewed? Do you require a single lead-applicant or can organizations partner on an application?
gloria Rubio-Cortes
44:06
Are there any priority populations (Latino, etc.) or geographic priorities related to this grant opportunity?
Kristi Bohling-DaMetz
44:07
Is preference given to LOIs that are collaborative (more than one organization teaming on the response)?
Nicole Niebler
44:31
Related to Eric’s question. Do you recommend multiple organizations in one coalition to all apply, or have one organization apply for funding and then request regranting?
gloria Rubio-Cortes
48:11
Some foundations' fund at amounts at no more than a certain percentage of the organizational budget, like 20% or 40% of the organization's budget. Does this grant opportunity consider this, particularly for smaller organizations?
Jochebed Gayles
49:37
Is there any technical assistance that will be provided to grantees by the Trust or other entities as part of this funding?
Lindsey Earl
49:49
For grasstops orgs, do you prefer organizations leading the charge on policy change or organizations that support others in creating policy change?
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
49:56
Our experience is that policy change, whether driven by grassroots or grasstops efforts, are most effective when there is an effort to shift culture leading towards deeper understanding of health equity, especially around power and systems such as racism that drive inequity.
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
50:23
How does The Trust see or understand culture shift work in this grant.
Chakira Branch
50:51
My computer cut off during your Q & A, if you apply for $30,000, that money will be divided by four years or will it be $30,00 per year.
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
52:29
Happy to explain more if helpful.
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
53:30
Great.
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
53:32
Thanks.
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
54:27
Could you share any pieces written around the public narrative work?
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
56:18
That would be great.
gloria Rubio-Cortes
56:22
Are there available to the public any lessons learned in your CP work that can apply or inform groups wanting to apply for this grant opportunity?
Desiree Westlund
57:26
How do you envision grassroots organizing groups sharing expertise with emerging groups?
Tara Hardy
57:37
If Public Health Departments are typically viewed as Grass Top organizations, can we apply under Grassroots if we feel the work we are doing/hope to do, more appropriately falls under this category?
Lisa Cirincione
58:21
Are grantees expected to work statewide by the end of the grant period?
Desiree Westlund
59:23
will the trust provide additional resources for the skill sharing component or is the intention for that to be included in our genral ops
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
01:01:33
Deeply appreciate the nuanced understanding of the many hats and grey space that rural orgs occupy.
Derek Coe
01:01:59
Can you advise if there is a maximum indirect rate that we can include in our funding request and if so what would that be? 10%? 12%? Other?
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
01:02:11
How many of those invited to apply will likely be accepted?
Rubea Stouppe
01:04:37
will there be formalized reapplication/report requirements in between years? OR does initial acceptance mean acceptance for all 4.5 years
Janey Sorensen
01:05:53
If we have identified an issue that is region-wide and we would like to bring others together to find a solution, does this meet within the funding guidelines?
gloria Rubio-Cortes
01:09:22
how many of the LOIs do you anticipate asking to submit a proposal?
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
01:10:04
That would be great.
gloria Rubio-Cortes
01:15:04
thanks! you've done a good job
Ona Crow
01:15:23
Thank you! Very clear and helpful!
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
01:15:56
Really grateful for this process and wish more foundations would work in this way!
Tara Hardy
01:15:57
This was a very helpful Q&A. Thank you!
Jenn Mansfield
01:16:02
Thank you for this inclusive opportunity!
Felisa Gonzales
01:16:02
Thanks all! Please reach out to Noelle with any additional questions about your specific ideas (Noelle@coloradotrust.org).
Kristi Bohling-DaMetz
01:16:12
Many thanks!
Isaac Grody-Patinkin
01:16:31
Thanks!!!
Meghan Carrier
01:16:35
Thanks!!
Gemma Lockhart
01:16:37
Thank you. Helpful!
Rachel Landis
01:16:41
Thank you!