BCAP Financial Information
Federal Tax Id: 74-2442032
Date of Incorporation: 12/24/1985
The Boulder County AIDS Project focuses its valuable resources to provide life-sustaining HIV care and prevention services. This includes disseminating HIV education and information to residents of all ages of Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek and Gilpin County communities. In 2015, BCAP devoted 81% of its resources to direct HIV services and programs. We met or exceeded our service goals while reduce our operating costs.
BCAP maintains two service centers (Boulder and Longmont) to best reach residents across our service area. We strive to reach residents of Broomfield, Gilpin and Clear Creek Counties through outreach in those communities. We remain committed to housing people living with HIV at Eaton House, the only HIV-specific housing available in our region of Colorado. We continue as a partner in Boulder County Public Health Department’s WORKS syringe access program providing harm reduction support to people who inject as a strategy to reduce the incidence of HIV as our nation experiences historic levels of opiate addiction.
BCAP’s primary mission is to provide services to people living with HIV or at risk of acquiring HIV. We are grateful for the financial support of the Ryan White CARE Act, our largest revenue source. Additionally, we are grateful for the support we receive from local government, businesses, private foundations and individual supporters. In 2015, BCAP also received fair market value totaling $236,000 of in-kind and pro bono support from individuals, congregations, and professionals in the community.
View our recent Annual Reports by clicking on the links in the left sidebar.2015 990 2015 Audit