Community Connections

Greccio envisioned our Resident Resource Center to be a community asset – one that would be a hub of activity and resources for service offerings by nonprofits with related missions. With our expanded capacity, Greccio has partnered with numerous nonprofits, all of which are committed to improving our community; one household, one child, and one family at a time. Non-duplication of services and expansion of access to a variety of offerings at a single location is a model of effectiveness and efficiency.  The Center leverages every donated dollar for the maximum benefit of our community residents. 

Due to COVID-19 Greccio Housing’s facilities are not available for use by community partners.
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GPR Properties

A partnership of 3 local nonprofits: Greccio Housing, Partners in Housing, and the Rocky Mountain Community Land Trust.

El Paso County Economic Development

In El Paso County, Colorado, we take a holistic approach to economic development. Our office is uniquely tasked with serving an ever-growing region with ever-changing needs. We navigate our dynamic economic landscape with a focused approach, by offering diverse incentives for businesses and leveraging federal and state resources for housing and community development. Our goal is to assist in creating a robust, diversified, and equitable economic ecosystem.

Commonwealth Development

Since 2001, it’s been our mission to develop the highest-quality, innovative housing solutions for communities. At the core of our business is the development of affordable housing that enhances the lives of the residents we serve and adds value to neighborhoods. Our experienced developers intently focus on high-quality and responsible development projects in strong markets, and skilled asset management to create and preserve long-term value. Our multi-family housing portfolio encompasses a variety of building styles including midrise, cottage-style, townhomes, garden-style walk-ups, and historic adaptive reuse.

Medici Consulting Group

MCG provides services and expertise in the planning, development and construction of housing and mixed-use projects including services associated with the management and negotiation of financing packages, regulatory and entitlement processes, consultant management, contractor bidding and construction management.

City of Colorado Springs- Community Development

The Community Development division manages the City of Colorado Springs’ entitlement funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Our mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all people in Colorado Springs.

Brothers Redevelopment

Brothers Redevelopment is a Denver-based nonprofit organization that provides housing and a variety of housing-related services for the region’s low-income, elderly and disabled residents.

Food to Power

We know that food is an essential source of everyone’s power to work, play, serve, and live. Our mission is to transform every aspect of our food system into co-powerment and equity. From food, to power.

Care and Share

At Care and Share Food Bank, our core purpose is to bridge the gap between hunger and abundance. Our mission is to provide food, partnering opportunities, and education to combat hunger and food insecurity in Southern Colorado communities. Our vision is an end to hunger in Southern Colorado.

The Place

The Place ignites the potential in youth to exit homelessness and create self-determined, fulfilled lives.

 

Myron Stratton Home

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.

US Bank

Founded in 1863, U.S. Bank is committed to serving its millions of retail, business, wealth management, payment, corporate, commercial, and investment services customers around the world as a trusted financial partner.

 

Ent Credit Union

Ent’s mission is to improve members’ quality of life through education, unbiased financial advice and access to the highest quality financial products and services.

Colorado Division of Housing

The Division of Housing (DOH) partners with local communities to create housing opportunities for Coloradans who face the greatest challenges to accessing affordable, safe, and secure homes. DOH supports projects ranging from homelessness prevention to homeownership.

Community Supporters

Fiscal Years 2019-2021

$250,000+

City of Colorado Springs- Community Development Block Grant

$100,000-$249,999

Woodford Manufacturing Charities

$60,000-$99,999

Colorado Springs Utilities- Community Focus Fund
Wells Fargo 

$30,000-$59,999

Luther T. McCauley Charitable Trust
Pikes Peak Community Foundation Emergency Response Funds
Katherine Loo
Carl and Madelaine Smith

$15,000-$29,999

Colorado COVID Relief Fund
Anschutz Family Foundation
Anschutz Foundation
El Paso County- CARES Act Individual Assistance
Myron Stratton Home
The Home Depot Foundation
US Bank Foundation
USAA Foundation
Charles Murphy
El Pomar Foundation
Pikes Peak United Way
SC Ministry Foundation
Apartment Association of Southern Colorado
Eileen Rogers
Susan and Tom Pattee

$5,000-$14,999

Kaiser Permanente
Pikes Peak Kiwanis
Don and Marsha Smith
Michael Heritage
Tom and Sue Neill
Chris and Paul Nervig
Alan Severn
First Presbyterian Church
Bette Large
Jerry and Kathy Knauf
Dan and Jodie Boedigheimer
Gary Loo
AJL Foundation
Colorado REALTOR Foundation
JH Edmondson Foundation
Sam S. Bloom Foundation
Virginia Hill Foundation
Women’s Foundation of Colorado 
FirstBank

Greccio’s Resident Resource Center features a classroom and boardroom that are available to local nonprofits and service organizations to use. Please see the Building Use Request form for details.
“I just walked by our newly stocked Little Library, and found 3 books that I was so happy to find. It’s these little things, like the Little Library, the tickets from the Pikes Peak Center, the parties you organize, and the big awesome Food Pantry that you all run, that really adds to the quality of my life. I feel so taken care of here.”
– Greccio Resident
Greccio Housing

Opportunities today for a better life tomorrow