skip to Main Content
303.443.8010

Overview

For more than 50 years, the Education Law practice at Caplan & Earnest has helped clients overcome barriers so they can achieve their goal of providing an excellent education for their students. The Caplan & Earnest Education Law Grant Program is a direct extension of this important work. The Grant Program provides funding to Colorado non-profit organizations that seek to remove barriers for underrepresented post-secondary learners so they have the opportunity to achieve their academic and career goals.

Eligibility and Applications

Grant funding will be awarded each year to Colorado-based nonprofit organizations that remove barriers for underrepresented post-secondary learners. Each cycle, we award two $5,000 grants. Grant applications are due on November 1 of each year and will be awarded on or around December 1.

Grant Reporting

Within approximately six months of receiving a grant, recipients are required to report to Caplan & Earnest’s Education Law practice about how the grant is being used, including any data or other results. The reporting deadline for each grant is June 30.

Questions?

Email twilliams@celaw.com with any questions.

Education Law Grant Program Application

Contact Information:

Organization Information:

Grant Request Information:

Financial Information:

Back To Top