By funding partnerships, we support organizations around Colorado that are addressing critical challenges facing our state, including domestic violence, mental health, substance abuse and opioids, financial literacy, and many other areas. We pride ourselves in working with partners to develop and fund data-driven, high-impact programs that we can help develop and guide towards long-term sustainability.
Requests for Applications
The Colorado Department of Law funds authorized by C.R.S. § 24-31-108 serve as the primary source of OCE funded partnerships. These partnerships support a diverse range of organizations throughout Colorado that address critical challenges facing our State. The Department works with partners to develop and fund data-driven, high-impact programs that can develop long-term success and build a sustainable foundation.
Past Requests (no longer accepting applications):
Financial Initiative Partnerships
The Colorado Office of the Attorney General has formed an exciting partnership with the Colorado Department of Education to promote Personal Financial Literacy to teachers, students, and parents in the state of Colorado through the MoneyWi$er Initiative! We are working together to elevate financial literacy across the state so that all Colorado youth have opportunities to master personal financial literacy skills during their academic careers and to make financially capable and informed decisions throughout their lifetime. We want every resident of the state of Colorado to experience financial security and protect their resources from fraudulent actors.
Financial Security Coalition
The Colorado Financial Security Coalition (“FSC”) is a joint effort of the Office of the Attorney General, the Office of the Governor, and the Office of the Treasurer to form a Coalition made up of public and private sector stakeholders to focus on a robust statewide Consumer Protection Initiative; this would support financial security for all Coloradans so they can age with dignity and achieve maximum quality of life.
The Colorado School Safety Guide provides concrete, actionable, evidence-based tools to protect our school communities. The challenges posed by school-related violence cannot be solved by any one approach, any one agency, or any one solution. There is, in other words, no one-size-fits-all solution. But through collaborative, evidence-based problem solving – which is precisely what this guide represents – we as Coloradans can take on this epidemic and do our best to keep our students safe.