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Your gift helped 20,595 people last year attain stable lives and homes. Year after year, the Coalition demonstrates exceptional financial stewardship, directing 93% of every dollar into direct program delivery.

Increase Your Tax Benefits

Increase the Tax Benefits of Your Gift Through Tax Credits.The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless participates in the Child Care Contribution tax credit and the Denver Enterprise Zone tax credit programs. Individual taxpayer circumstances vary, so please consult your tax advisor.

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Give from Your IRA

If you are 70½ years old or older, you may donate up to $100,000 tax-free from your IRA each year. This "Qualified Charitable Distribution" is excluded from your reportable income, and avoids income and Social Security taxes. Your gift can also qualify for the 50% Child Care Contribution tax credit or for the 25% Denver Enterprise Zone tax credit. Consult your tax advisor.

Gift Your Property

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless accepts gifts of real estate and appreciated assets (Insurance policies, art, coins and other collections) as well as vehicles, with some limitations. Please call Meg Mullen, Chief Development Officer, at 303-312-9636 or MMullen@ColoradoCoalition.org to discuss a proposed gift of property.

Join us in a variety of events including educational panel discussions, advocacy events, and the Coalition's signature event, SipCity in June.

Donated items are distributed among more than 50 Coalition programs serving individuals and families. Check out our list of items we need the most. 

Interested in giving back to your community by supporting people experiencing homelessness? Click to learn more. 

Have questions about how to support the Coalition? We have a dedicated team of staff ready to help you today.

Our Stories

Seven years ago, Wayne spent his nights sleeping in alleys and under bridges. Without shelter during a harsh Denver winter, Wayne developed frostbite on his feet. Without health coverage, Wayne knew he could not afford the high medical bill if he went to the Emergency Room. Wayne felt he had no choice but to “tough it out.” - Read More