You can help end domestic violence in Colorado.
Thank you for considering a tax-deductible donation to the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence. We appreciate your support.
CCADV is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to ending domestic violence in Colorado.
There are several ways to make donations:
Your tax deductible donation will fund:
- Awareness — until all Coloradans recognize and respond to domestic violence
- Advocacy — until all Colorado victims/survivors receive the services they need
- Prevention — until the violence ends
or mail your check made out to the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence to:
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Attn: Lee Pirkey
1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 900
Denver, CO 80203
Donate through workplace giving.
To give to the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence through your workplace giving campaign, see our campaign codes below. CCADV is proud to be part of Caring Connection, a Colorado workplace giving federation and participates in the Colorado Combined Federal Campaign.
Combined Federal Campaign: 20608
Denver Employees’ Combined Campaign: 0572
Colorado Combined Campaign: 1879
Partnership for Colorado/Caring Connection Campaigns: 1086
Some companies sponsor matching gift programs and will match tax-deductible charitable contributions made by their employees. Check with your human resources department to see if your company will match your gift.
If your contribution is eligible for a match, request a matching gift form from your employer and send it completed and signed with your gift to CCADV. We will take it from there. If your employer prefers that you complete and submit the paperwork, just let us know what information you need by contacting Lee Pirkey (lpirkey(at)ccadv.org).
Colorado Gives Day.
CCADV is proud to participate in Colorado Gives Day. Created by Community First Foundation in 2010, with the financial support of Colorado-based FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day is an initiative to increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. Colorado Gives Day takes place during a 24-hour period in December. Donations will be accepted through ColoradoGives.org, with a goal to inspire and unite Coloradans in supporting local nonprofits. Click here to see our profile on the Colorado Gives Day Campaign website.
To donate clothing, household items or any other in-kind donations, please call the domestic violence program nearest you. You can find a list of local programs on our FIND HELP page. You can also use this list of programs to make a financial donation directly to the program in your community.