Kaiser Permanente Colorado Awards $1.25 Million in General Operating Grants to Eight Colorado Nonprofits
WorkLife Partnership receives portion of funding to support Northern Colorado families
FORT COLLINS, COLO.— Aug. 3, 2017 –Kaiser Permanente Colorado is providing $1.25 million in general operating grants to eight local nonprofits. These nonprofits will use the funds to support organizational infrastructure, explore additional sustainable funding and innovative opportunities.
“We work hand-in-hand with dozens of nonprofits in Colorado that help us improve the health of our communities. We know their greatest need is for general funding that can help increase staff, bolster education efforts, and expand programs to help more community members live their healthiest lives,” said Jandel Allen-Davis, MD, vice president of government, external relations, and research for Kaiser Permanente Colorado. “We’re excited to provide these grants to help these nonprofits continue to serve their communities.”
DENVER – July 23, 2017 – From bus passes to employee-led committees and book clubs, the talented team at Namasté Solar feels supported and valued.
Join WorkLife Partnership at 11:00am MST on August 23, 2017 for the next webinar in its Innovative Work Incentive Practices series, during which you’ll learn about Namaste Solar’s Pillars of Co-Ownership as well as practices and perks that increase employee project ownership and build company culture. This is the seventh in a 12-part series funded by the Anne E. Casey Foundation.
From an on-site clinical psychologist to emergency grants for employees, learn how Vail Resorts ensures that its team members have access to the resources they need to be successful on the job.
DENVER – July 26, 2017 – Join WorkLife Partnership at 11:00am MST on July 26, 2017 for the next installment of its Innovative Work Incentive Practices webinar series, during which you’ll learn about the peer support and emergency grant fund that was established by the company’s employees. This is the sixth in a 12-part series of Innovative Work Incentive Practices funded by the Anne E. Casey Foundation.
This free webinar will give tips and share lessons learned by Vail Resorts that other companies can use to attract, retain, and motivate their workforces. Sign up for webinar at http://bit.ly/wlp-part-6.
DENVER – June 27, 2017 – WorkLife Partnership is partnering with A Precious Child for the No Child Wet Behind Diaper Drive from now until the end of August. Diapers are a critical piece of the puzzle for working families.
One in three American families struggles to afford diapers, according to the National Diaper Bank Network. Providing diapers can be a huge stressor on many people as they are a major expense adding up to $70 to $80 per month per child. The need for diapers can impact the physical, mental, and economic well-being of the children and their parents. Without resources to get new diapers, babies can be exposed to potential health risks.
A Precious Child provides children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. The nonprofit focuses on Denver-metro area children and families. The nonprofit distributes diapers, wipes, clothing, sports equipment and much more to Denver-metro area children and families in need.
The Rockefeller Foundation Fuels WorkLab Innovations’ National Expansion
DENVER – April 12, 2017 – The Rockefeller Foundation recently awarded a grant totaling $750,000 to fund a national expansion that will replicate efforts, like those of WorkLife Partnership, to advance worker retention, boost employee engagement, and bolster productivity for companies with frontline workers.
WorkLab Innovations LLC is a nonprofit and a network organization leading the replication and scaling of this proven ‘sustainable workforce’ model. WorkLab operates under Denver-based WorkLife Partnership, a growth-driven nonprofit organization that works with companies in many fields including healthcare, manufacturing and the service sector.
Free Webinar: Learn how New Belgium Brewery brought doctors onsite & saved big
DENVER – (April 12, 2017) –The onsite doctors at New Belgium Brewery have a prescription for employee health and company savings.
Continuing its Innovative Work Incentives webinar series, WorkLife Partnership presents “Bringing Basic Health Care in-house through an On-Site Medical Clinic,” a webinar featuring New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, Colo. This free webinar on April 26, 2017, will highlight the process, challenges, and benefits of creating an in-house health care team.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Funds Upskill Program To Help Low-Income Workers Progress
DENVER – (Jan. 17, 2017) – WorkLife Partnership is expanding to help low-income, underemployed workers develop professionally and access resources to improve the lives of their families. The growth is funded by a two-year grant of nearly $1 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Mich.