WHO WE SERVE
We are builders and innovators focused on serving Colorado’s smallest businesses including BIPOC, women, veteran, and rural-owned businesses in underserved areas.
Get financial support, access to programs, and business advising.
Join the 650+ volunteers who brings their skills to build programs.
Collaborate with us to share and co-create solutions for the small business ecosystem.
Continue to support the work we do.
WHAT WE DO
Our Recent Initiatives
Energize Community Program
Provides $20k in low-interest loans and funding readiness education for 4 communities.
Frontier Knowledge Rural Workshop Series
Covers a wide range of topics for rural-based small business owners through a weekly webinar series.
Women-Owned Businesses Community
Brings together over 1,000 business owners across the State through a collaborative community
At Energize Colorado, we know that solopreneurs play a key role in the small business ecosystem. We also know that…
In Colorado, we are always proud to be the fastest growing state for Black Immigrants, but especially during Black Business…
Small business owners have a lot to manage – renting space, staffing, invoicing – the list goes on. At Energize…
At Energize Colorado, it is no secret that our volunteers are the key to our success! This month we recognized…
Energize Colorado launches the next round of Gap Fund Loans to deliver capital to targeted communities across Colorado
Energize Colorado Invests $5.7M into Communities Across Colorado Business owners in East Colfax, Southwest Denver, Pueblo County and the Child…
In a recent article, we shared the story of how the Small Business Resiliency Index (SBRI) was created by a…
We work with community partners
Built on a foundation of collaboration, we deliver impact through partner organizations who share our mission. Working with the entire ecosystem of small business support partners, we co-create new solutions and scale ideas, including advocating for structural changes necessary for long term resiliency.
We deliver impact to Colorado’s small business community through People, Programs, and Funding
Volunteers engaged since 2020
Launched with statewide partners
Directly deployed in loans and grants
Coloradans helping Coloradans
Our projects are led by forward-thinking leaders and powered by seasoned volunteers from across Colorado. Volunteers bring knowledge as company builders, community leaders, and industry experts who help to identify new gaps and create innovative new practices.