Project Resources & Reports

The Civic Canopy exists to build a culture of collaboration that drives transformative change. We work with a variety of partners and communities, equipping them with tools to create meaningful and lasting impact. Below are examples of projects the Canopy has supported.

2016 Colorado Child Care Assistance Program Stakeholder Series Report

The Civic Canopy facilitated a series of three stakeholder discussions in fall 2016 designed to review federal and state policy changes to the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program, and to offer recommendations for improvement.
2016 Colorado Child Care Assistance Program Stakeholder Series Report

2016 Collective Impact Summit

The Civic Canopy hosted over 200 partners at a multi-day Summit designed to enhance knowledge and skills in collaborative processes.
The Civic Canopy’s 2016 Collective Impact Summit Report

2016 Early Childhood Colorado Partnership Annual Report

The Civic Canopy provides staffing support to this network of statewide partners working collectively to ensure all children in Colorado are valued, healthy and thriving.
2016 Early Childhood Colorado Partnership Annual Report

2016 Canopy Annual Report

The Civic Canopy released its inaugural annual report highlighting accomplishments during 2016.
2016 2016 Canopy Annual Report

Latino Civic Health Index

The Civic Canopy in partnership with the Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy and Research Organization (CLLARO), Denver Metro Chamber Leadership FoundationNational Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) and the Colorado Civic Health Network released the Colorado Latino Civic Health Index.
Colorado Latino Civic Health Index (English)
Colorado Latino Civic Health Index (Spanish)

SHARE NE Denver Food Systems Assessment

The Civic Canopy supports SHARE Network, a collaborative of residents and programs in NE Denver committed to building a healthy community. SHARE released a Food Systems Assessment in 2014
SHARE NE Denver Food Systems Assessment

Roaring Fork School District Housing Guidelines

The Civic Canopy facilitated discussions and helped craft this set of guidelines. They were recently passed by the Roaring Fork School District.
Roaring Fork Housing Guidelines