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Update – new site!

We had to redo the entire site. That means blog posts got out of order/out of date. We thank you for your understanding & patience.

On the Lighter Side…

This is a new segment we’re introducing this week about the lighter side of things! So sit back, take a breather and yuck it up over the corniest of things we can find. This week’s entry is an award we can all be proud of – the “World’s Best Cat” trophy. We all know someone… Read More »

2011 Collaboration Award Winner

Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership Wins $50,000 Award for Collaboration and Community Impact Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership has won the first ever Colorado Collaboration Award for its work to develop a regional network of care for the underinsured and uninsured in Routt, Moffat, Rio Blanco and Jackson Counties. The Northwest Colorado Community Health Partnership… Read More »

2012 Award Winner

The Colorado Collaboration Award has selected Boulder County IMPACT as the 2012 award winner for its sustainable, collaborative approach to serving high-risk youth and their families in Boulder County. As the 2012 Award winner, Boulder County IMPACT will receive a $50,000 prize and the opportunity to educate other collaborative organizations on the success of their efforts at… Read More »

Find a Collaboration

Whether you’re looking to join an existing community partnership, or you just want to learn more about how nonprofits are working together across Colorado, check out the Colorado Collaboration Database. Search for active Colorado partnerships by keyword, look for collaborations serving a specific Colorado county, or find collaborations that are accepting new partners. For each… Read More »

2013 Colorado Collaboration Award Winner

Managed by Delta-based nonprofit Uncompahgre/Com, the Western Colorado Landscape Collaborative is a partnership of federal and state agencies, including environmental agencies and local utilities, which works to strengthen ecosystems, improve wildlife habitats, and reduce fire danger in Western Colorado’s natural spaces. The Western Colorado Landscape Collaborative’s core partners include the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau… Read More »

The 3 C’s: Take the Quiz!

You know you’re working together. But is it cooperation, coordination, or collaboration? This online self-assessment (with just 11 questions) will help you find the answer based on how your partnership plans, communicates, and makes decisions. This quiz and content is based on Collaboration: What Makes It Work (Mattessich et al., 2001, p. 61), which was adapted from works… Read More »

Webinar: Applying for the Colorado Collaboration Award

The Applying for the 2015 Collaboration Award webinar will be held on February 18 at 9 a.m. Can’t participate? That’s OK! You can view the webinar once it is complete or get the PowerPoint presentation.

Update: Collaboration Award ending in 2015

The Colorado Collaboration Award steering committee has decided that 2015 will be the final year in which the award is offered. 2015 marks the award’s fifth year. Going forward, the Collaboration Award funders, committee members, and supporting organizations will keep the Collaboration Award’s momentum but shift their focus to more capacity-building and support efforts. Since its creation, the goals of… Read More »

2014 Collaboration Award Winner: Dolores River Restoration Partnership

Dolores River Restoration Partnership Wins Statewide Award Colorado Collaboration Award Recognizes River Restoration Partnership SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 – The Dolores River flows for more than 200 miles through southwestern Colorado and eastern Utah to its confluence with the Colorado River. The area has long been under threat from invasive non-native plants such as tamarisk, which displaces… Read More »