Get Ahead Colorado campaign texts Coloradans to raise awareness of tax credits and free tax support
CDPHE celebrates food program partners tackling food insecurity among youth and seniors
Get Ahead Colorado campaign texts Coloradans to connect them to free tax support
REMOTE (March 6, 2023): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announces that the Get Ahead Colorado statewide awareness campaign will send text messages this week to Coloradans to connect them to free tax support and information about the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit. The campaign will deliver two different messages to two priority audiences. The first audience is individuals who are likely eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit, including those who earn up to $65,000.
CDPHE hosting webinar on free waste diversion consulting services
CDPHE reminds Coloradans to avoid wild birds as avian flu continues to circulate in the state
Child Care Providers test for lead in water with help from the State of Colorado
Office of Gun Violence Prevention expands grant funding to reach even more communities
(Denver) Feb. 10, 2023: The Office of Gun Violence Prevention is proud to announce that it is expanding its pilot grant program to increase award amounts to a $50,000 maximum. The announcement comes after nearly 30 organizations have responded to the pilot program in less than a month.
“We are very pleased to have so many organizations apply for grant funding and that we have an opportunity to significantly expand the grant program to give even more organizations a chance to apply,” said Jonathan McMillan, Director, Office of Gun Violence Prevention.