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This hugely successful online giving option powers your work and multiplies your good.
Community First Foundation is proud to offer Colorado non-profits a unique and highly engaging way to increase donations, connect with supporters and spread the word about their mission and work. ColoradoGives.org is a year-round, online-giving website featuring the missions, programs and finances of more than 2,300 Colorado non-profits. Each organization's online profile is screened by Community First Foundation to ensure specific standards of transparency.
Made possible by Community First Foundation since 2007, ColoradoGives.org encourages charitable giving by providing comprehensive, objective and up-to-date information about Colorado non-profits and an easy way to support them online. ColoradoGives.org and its signature giving day - Colorado Gives Day - make fundraising simple for your organization and easy for donors. More than $253 million has been raised for Colorado nonprofits through ColoradoGives.org since 2007.
Learn about eligibility requirements for nonprofits and how to enroll.
Kids for ColoradoGives.org
This site is a kid-friendly addition to ColoradoGives.org. Launched in September 2016, it is designed for kids and families to inspire the next generation of givers. It makes giving to charity fun for the whole family in a trusted environment.
Colorado Gives Day
Join one of the country's largest one-day giving movements. Each December Coloradans come together with the common goal to strengthen the community by helping to power non-profits. Community First Foundation and FirstBank partner to make this day rewarding for givers, non-profits and the community as a whole.
This year Colorado Gives Day was Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2018, and featured a $1 million Incentive Fund. Every non-profit receiving a donation on Colorado Gives Day received a portion of the fund, increasing the value of every dollar donated. Colorado Gives Day has grown to be the state's largest one-day online giving event, raising more than $182 million since it began in 2010.