COVID-19 Community Support Assistance for Smaller Colorado Nonprofits

We are all facing unprecedented challenges as we grapple with COVID-19. As we continue to watch the events around the coronavirus pandemic unfold, we want to provide information to the community on how to best support Colorado’s smaller nonprofits that may need assistance during this volatile time. This might include distributing food, making a donation or sharing a social media post. Your efforts can go a very long way. *We will continue to update this page on a daily basis.

Make a Donation

You can make a donation to support smaller nonprofits in Colorado.



If you are young, healthy and showing no signs or symptoms of the virus, volunteers are needed to help to prepare meals, sort and distribute food or supplies and help keep facilities clean and safe.



We’re seeing the power of a few dozen people reaching out to their personal networks, nonprofits/business connections and neighbors on #DoingMyPartCO. Let’s maximize the reach of these inspirational messages, ideas and actions to help continue to raise awareness. Below are resources/tips that will be regularly updated.

Grant and Small Business Funding

Colorado Small Businesses Can Apply for SBA Loans: Colorado small businesses can begin applying for low-interest federal disaster loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Program. The state received its declaration on March 26, making these loans available. Eligible entities can receive loans up to $2 million, and interest rates would be no higher than 3.75%. The Denver Metro Small Business Development Center can help businesses apply for these loans. Visit or email

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