The Chanda Plan Foundation's Chanda Hinton Leichtle has been selected as one of the Denver Business Journal's 40 Under 40, which recognizes 40 outstanding local professionals under age 40 for their business success and community contributions.
The winners will be honored at an event on March 16, and profiled in a special Denver Business Journal report to be published on March 17.
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation supports the Chanda Plan Foundation’s care coordination at new Health Center with grant
DENVER –The Chanda Plan Foundation will welcome Alexandra Reeve Givens, daughter of the late actor and activist Christopher Reeve and Board member of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, as emcee of its 12th annual Big Event fundraiser on April 20, 2017. Sponsorships are now available for the event at www.iamtheplan.org/bigevent.
$300,000 grant will help fund programming and operations related to
new Health Center for people with long-term disabilities
DENVER – The Chanda Plan Foundation has received a $300,000 Sustainable Impact Projects grant from The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation to support staff and programmatic efforts associated with its new Health Center.
The Chanda Plan Foundation is preparing to move into a new building and expand services to help more people who are physically disabled.The foundation is in the midst of fundraising for a new facility about eight times the size of the current location, 8725 W. 14th Ave., in Lakewood. The new space a few blocks away — 1630 Carr St. — should be ready in April, but some fundraising is needed.
The Boettcher Foundation recently awarded $75,000 to the Chanda Plan as part of its social services grantees.
“These are projects I get so excited about. They’ll not only be better able to serve this population, but preliminary data shows they will be able to do it in a cost-effective way,” said Julie Lerudis, Boettcher Foundation grants program .