Director of Proposals, Allocation, and Reporting
Courtney Foy-Baldwin joined the Denver Health Foundation because of her deep-rooted passion for social justice and because of the impressive amount of uncompensated, world-class care Denver Health provides to community members each year. She strongly feels that her most important contribution to society is her ability to bring philanthropy and programs for the social good together.
During her first year at Denver Health, Courtney raised more than $3 million in grant funding for Denver Health’s impactful, community-facing programs, such as the Denver Health Center for Addiction Medicine, Physicals for First Responders, the Denver Health School-Based Health Center program, and the Denver Health Human Rights Clinic. While continuing to build upon this fundraising success, she has worked as part of the Foundation’s leadership staff to modernize systems that will complement DHF’s growing sophistication and comprehensive Springboard for Solutions Campaign strategy. As Manager of Foundation Relations and now Director of Proposals, Allocation, and Reporting, Courtney celebrates her team’s achievement in raising more than $10.5 million and counting for Denver Health’s physical, economic, and social solutions.
Before joining the Denver Health Foundation, Courtney served as Director of Development and Marketing for grassroots nonprofit Kansas City Community Gardens. She has also served as an Advisory Board Member for Guatemala Occupational Therapy Ministries and worked to support organizations in the arts and education. Courtney holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Kansas and a graduate certificate of grantsmanship from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and she is a Fall 2019 Class Alumna of the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s Impact Denver program.