Colorado Gives Day is an initiative to increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day will takes place during a 24-hour period annually each December. This year, Colorado Gives Day takes place on DECEMBER 5, 2022. Nonprofits throughout the state celebrate philanthropy and compete for a share of the million dollar incentive fund from the Community First Foundation. Donations are accepted year-round through ColoradoGives.org, with a goal to inspire and unite Coloradans in supporting local nonprofits.
DONATE YOUR CO STATE TAX REFUND
If you’re due a state income tax refund, there’s an easy new way to support Denver Indian Family Resource Center with all or part of your expected refund amount. On your online state tax return, enter “Denver Indian Family Resource Center” and our registration number 20033001329 in the “Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit” (P-Human Services). Or, please give this information to your tax preparer if you use one. Learn more about this program at RefundWhatMatters.org.
DONATE YOUR CAR
We use Cars Helping Charities to process your donation. You can fill out our online form here, or call 866-701-CARS (2277)
We gratefully accept certain in-kind services or goods based on space and agency need. We accept in-kind donations year-round such as diapers for children (up to 40 lbs) or gift cards for client assistance (grocery stores, clothing/department stores, etc.). Contact us at (720) 500-1020 to inquire about in-kind donations.
Do you have a loved one who already has everything? If you are looking for a way to honor a family member or friend then please consider making a tribute gift. Whether it is a birthday, holiday, wedding or graduation, tribute gifts are the perfect way to say congratulations.
If a special person touched your life during theirs, a memorial gift is a great way to recognize them. Visit ColoradoGives.org to start your tribute gift today.
By remembering Denver Indian Family Resource Center in your estate plan, you can have a lasting impact and you may also be able to reduce estate taxes.
When you consult with your attorney or financial adviser, please consider remembering DIFRC in your will or in a trust or charitable gift annuity. You may designate gifts of cash, securities, property or a percentage of your estate.
To include DIFRC in your plans, please have your attorney or adviser include the following information in your document: