Fort Collins Interfaith Grants 2022

In 2022, the Fort Collins Interfaith Council (FCIFC) grants program will focus on projects that forward the mission of FCIFC:

The Fort Collins Interfaith Council’s Mission is to facilitate interfaith understanding, cooperation and action towards the greater good in our community.

FCIFC is looking to fund projects that promote the common good in our community of Fort Collins and involve diverse groups of people in both the planning and implementation of the project.

The FCIFC Grants Team will consider applications for projects that meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • The project will promote dialogue and/or community education to increase understanding of diverse groups and perspectives, and will initiate joint action and service.

  • The project will build bridges between diverse faith communities and/or diverse community groups within Fort Collins.

  • The project will occur between November 1, 2022 and September 30, 2023.



Interfaith conversations,

Interfaith collaborations,

Interfaith connections,

Interfaith cooperation.


The grant application can be found on the FCIFC website under the “Grants and Giving” tab.

Applications are due July 31, 2022. Submit to

Grants will be awarded at the Fort Collins Interfaith Council’s Annual Event in the Fall.


You may address questions to


Thank you,

FCIFC Grants Team 2022

IFC Grants and Giving Team- 
2021 Report

In 2021 a grand total of $5,750 was given out!

2021 was a difficult year for many people in the Fort Collins area. During this year the IFC Grants and Giving Team was pleased to be able to give grants to the following non-profits:

  • The Family Center/La Familia – for their Day of the Dead event with the library.

  • Faith Community Nursing in the Rockies – to cover tuition for 3 nurses to attend training.

  • Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity – for their Common Ground Home Build.

In addition, in 2021 the IFC Grants Team gave an over and above unrestricted gift to The Family Center/La Familia to support their regular day-to-day programing.


In 2021 a grand total of $5,750 was sent out into the Fort Collins community through the above organizations! This money was given to IFC by faith communities, non-profits and individuals specifically for grants. We are better together by pooling our financial resources to support non-profits that make big impacts in our community! Thank you to everyone who contributed!

Submitted by,

Lynnette Thayer

IFC Grants Team lead