Improving Lives With Access To
Meaningful Employment,
Entrepreneurism Education And
Basic Human Services

Featured Recipients

The King Foundation has invested in Metro Caring for a number of years. In addition to assisting the organization’s hunger prevention programs, the Foundation has recently invested in Metro Caring’s jobs programs as well as the Kids Food 4 All Kamp partnership with Colorado Young Leaders.
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  1. Pat- The Owner Of 2T's Burritos
    Pat- The Owner Of 2T's Burritos
  2. RMMFI Staff & Class #11 at Graduation
    RMMFI Staff & Class #11 at Graduation
  3. Jessica, Michella, and Joshua
    Jessica, Michella, and Joshua
  4. Latasha, Owner of Ashae Soaps
    Latasha, Owner of Ashae Soaps
  5. Edgar Aguilar
    Edgar Aguilar
  6. Kandice, Owner of Bonding to the Beat
    Kandice, Owner of Bonding to the Beat
  7. Leah's Loan Closing!
    Leah's Loan Closing!

Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute

The King Foundation has invested in Rocky Mountain Microfinance Institute (RMMFI) for three years. Our funding interest has been focused on aspiring entrepreneurs who lack access to the training necessary to get their business going and RMMFI graduates who need help taking their business to the next level.

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The King Foundation has invested in WeeSchool as part of its impact investment initiative. WeeSchool is a mobile app that provides parents with age-appropriate educational tools, activities and ideas to positively interact with their children, ages 0-3.
The King Foundation has lent capital to Colorado Lending Source to lend to aspiring entrepreneurs who lack access to capital to grow their businesses. 

Knotty Tie

The King Foundation invested in the Knotty Tie, a social enterprise training and employing immigrants in sewing while making custom ties, scarves and accessories.