Public Funding Database for Collective Work
The Backbone Team is supporting our Partners to identify where public dollars are going in our community, available funds, and emerging community priorities for these dollars. This includes American Rescue Plan Act funds and other public dollars
To see the information gathered to date, please view the Rocky Mountain Partnership Collective Work Data Center to see where these dollars are going in our region.
The process of capturing assets is ongoing, and this list will grow as the Partnership learns more about what is currently available! Make sure to check back frequently.
If you know of additional funding or are receiving funding that is not captured in the Public Funding Database for Collective Work and should be added, please contact RMP Backbone Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy, Kayah Swanson, at KayahSwanson@RMPBackbone.org
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Why doesn’t this resource include a tracker for private or philanthropic dollars?
This tracker is capturing work being done by Rocky Mountain Partnership’s Policy and Legislative Advisory Network, who are responsible for setting policy and advocacy strategies for the Partnership. A separate leadership table, the Funding Alignment Network, is tasked with tracking private and philanthropic dollars related to this work. A private/philanthropic dollar tracker is forthcoming.
Q. A funding source I’m aware of is not in this tracker. How can I add it?
Rocky Mountain Partnership wants this tracker to be as comprehensive as possible, so please let us know if we’re missing any public funding opportunities! If you know of additional funding or are receiving funding that is not captured in the Collective Work Data Center and should be added, please contact RMP Backbone Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy, Kayah Swanson, at KayahSwanson@RMPBackbone.org
Have a question that is not answered here? Reach out to RMP Backbone Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy, Kayah Swanson, at KayahSwanson@RMPBackbone.org