Myron Stratton Home Grant

Myron Stratton Home

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Grant amount: Up to US $30,000

Next deadline: Dec 1, 2019

Later deadlines: Jun 1, 2020

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program

Location of project: Counties in Colorado: Baca County, Bent County, Chaffee County, Cheyenne County, Crowley County Show all

Location of residency: United States

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Mission Statement

In his will, Winfield Scott Stratton left a legacy to provide for poor persons who are without means of support and who are physically unable by reason of old age, youth sickness or other infirmity to earn a livelihood. The Myron Stratton Home carries out his wishes by providing housing, programs, services, and grants to improve the quality of life of those less fortunate.

Grant Program - Statement of Purpose

In addition to operating residential facilities and services for the elderly poor of Colorado at The Myron Stratton Home, the other significant aspect of Stratton’s philanthropy is carried out through the Myron Stratton Foundation’s Grants Program. Through direct grants and collaborative programs, financial support is provided to organizations that serve the populations Stratton identified in his will, namely, the poor elderly, poor children and their families, and those who are sick/infirm and unable to earn a living.

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  • Proposed projects should be designed to enhance or expand existing programs, or be presented as new programs that help meet community needs. 
  • Self-assessment for eligibility:
    • Are you seeking a grant for an organization that is registered in the United States as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization by the Internal Revenue Service?
    • Does your organization serve clientele in El Paso, Teller or another southern Colorado county?
    • Is the mission of your organization to serve one or more of the populations listed below?
      • Poor elderly
      • Poor children and their families
      • Sick/infirm and unable to make a living


  • Collaborative projects that avoid duplication of other services in the community are a high priority.