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Metropolitan Football Stadium District (MFSD) Fund

Join us for a Live Town Hall at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27

How should we invest in Douglas County’s youth with funding from the Denver Broncos sale? Organizations in your community submitted their ideas for investing profits from the sale of the Denver Broncos into youth activities and programs in Douglas County – and Douglas County Youth are taking the lead on deciding which of the 45 ideas gets funded.

Learn about these ideas and give your thoughts to the Douglas County Youth Commission and Douglas County Youth Initiative during our next Live Town Hall.

Ways to Participate in any Live Town Hall Meeting:

Youth-serving organizations in Douglas County were invited to apply for funding for youth activities programs by July 28, 2023.  Applications are in review at this time.

As one of seven Counties in the Metropolitan Football Stadium District (MFSD), Douglas County was awarded the funds late last year that, by law, must be used for youth activities programs. In late 2022, Douglas County received $939,363.21 in one-time funding.

NOTE:  All application information provided below is copied directly from the original application. Some applications may apply to more than one category as well.

The Douglas County Youth Initiative and the Douglas County Youth Commission will review and score the proposals and make recommendations to the Board of Douglas County Commissioners, based on the Board’s principles for funds dissemination:

  • Accountability, transparency, & fiscal responsibility will guide the public process
  • Applicants will be asked to quantify how many Douglas County youth will be impacted by the investment and the specific benefits they will receive
  • Youth activities programs must:
    • Occur in Douglas County
    • Be sustainable through this one-time funding opportunity
    • Provide access for all youth, including those with disabilities
    • Support Douglas County-based organizations with established access to and ability to reach local youth with their proposed youth activities program
  • Douglas County will not fund proposals:
    • From individual persons (i.e., those not associated with a Douglas County-based community organization, nonprofit, or local government organization)
    • From organizations with fewer than two years of demonstrated performance in providing youth activities programs for residents of Douglas County

Application proposals were due July 28, 2023, and are being reviewed.  rant recipients will be notified in the fall and announced publicly in November at the annual State of the County event.

If you are a successful applicant for funding, you will be required to submit a W-9 and invoice or request for payment that includes: your name, address, and the total amount of funding approved. One payment will be issued via check for the entire funding amount.

Based on the amount of funds awarded, specific proposals may be required to enter into a contract. Those contracts will be sent for electronic signature via email to the named entity on the application.

All successful recipients of funds will be required to submit a report outlining the program’s success consistent with the stated requirements in the application. Photos and testimonials are highly encouraged, with appropriate approval from the legal guardians of youth participants.

Please contact Maureen Waller, Douglas County Special Projects Manager with questions about this opportunity. She can be reached by email: [email protected] or by phone: 303-660-7424.

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Proposal Applications Received