...letter from our board...


Dear Colleagues, Friends and Former Grantees of the Bright Mountain Foundation,


The Bright Mountain Foundation (BMF) underwent a review and restructuring of its operations with staff, consultants and the board of directors.

We are very proud of the accomplishments of the Bright Mountain Foundation in its work with Colorado non-profit organizations serving vulnerable populations.  From its inception in 2000 through 2015 the Foundation provided more than 500 grants to organizations serving Children and Youth particularly with mental health concerns, HIV and AIDS and aging services throughout the state of Colorado.

The BMF board appreciates the work that you do and wishes you success and also for the clients that you serve.  We have enjoyed working with you and have learned how much you contribute to the well-being of Colorado residents.  You are team players, collaborative thinkers and diligent workers.

In 2016 the Foundation board decided to make a significant investment in the Children’s Health Fund. The funding supported children’s healthcare, mental health and responded to disasters. In 2018 the Foundation board decided to fund select Colorado non-profit organizations that it has worked with over the years.  


The Bright Mountain Foundation is not accepting unsolicited proposals at this time.  Again we thank you for your continued efforts to assist the residents of Colorado in a very supportive manner.