Check Off Colorado
A simple way to give.
Complete form DR 0104CH Voluntary Contributions
Schedule to contribute to any of these charitable funds.
Visit www.CheckoffColorado.com to learn more about
Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Cash Fund
Nongame wildlife includes 750 species of wildlife that cannot be
hunted, shed for or trapped. Funds go to projects that manage or
recover wildlife such as lynx, river otter, black-footed ferret, green
back cutthroat, and others. The nongame program receives no
state tax dollars and depends on voluntary contributions.
Domestic Abuse Program Fund
Donations to this fund help support critical services provided by
community-based domestic abuse programs across Colorado.
These agencies provide 24-hour crisis line response, emergency
safe shelter, counseling and advocacy services for victims of
domestic violence and their children and information and referrals
for their communities, and community education.
Homeless Preventive Activities Program Fund
Approximately 52,000 people in Colorado are at risk of becoming
homeless this year. Keeping people in their homes saves tax
dollars and is an effective and humane way of helping families
in crisis. Your contribution will be used to support activities and
programs which help prevent people from becoming homeless.
Western Slope Military Veterans Cemetery Fund
Funds assist in the maintenance of the Veterans Memorial
cemetery of Western Colorado. The veterans cemetery is
intended as a dignied nal resting place for Colorado’s veterans
and eligible dependents. It is a place of quiet contemplation for
the veterans community. Please help maintain this solemn beauty
for Colorado veterans.
Pet Overpopulation Fund
The Pet Overpopulation Fund provides funding to local animal
care and control organizations and veterinarians for sterilization
surgeries for pets owned by Coloradans in areas of the state with
the greatest need. The Fund also supports efforts to educate the
public about the importance of preventing pet overpopulation.
Military Family Relief Fund
Provides emergency grants for nancial hardships to members
of Colorado National Guard or Reservist and their families when
ordered to Active Military duty and to Active Duty Military Personnel
stationed in Colorado and their family members when the Active
Duty military member is deployed to a declared hostile re zone.
Public Education Fund
This fund supports the Colorado Preschool Program which provides
high-quality preschool for children impacted by factors such as
poverty, homelessness, abuse or neglect. Children are supported by
qualied early childhood professionals in safe and nurturing learning
environments. Children overcome substantial gaps and make
signicant gains that persist throughout their schooling.
Roundup River Ranch Fund
Part of Paul Newman’s SeriousFun Children’s Network, Roundup
River Ranch enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses
and their families by offering free, medically-supported camp
programs that provide unforgettable opportunities to discover joy,
friendships, and condence. Your support ensures the healing
power of camp is always free of charge.
9Health Fair Fund
This fund provides free blood screenings and exams to
thousands of underserved Coloradoans each year. Donations to
this fund help offset lab and supply costs at 140 locations across
the state. 9Health Fair is an independent nonprot separate
from 9News, our media partner, serving over 75,000 annually.
Improving Colorado’s health since 1979.
American Red Cross Colorado Disaster Response,
Readiness, and Preparedness Fund
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human
suffering in the face of emergencies. In Colorado, the Red Cross
teaches tens of thousands of people lifesaving skills every year,
provides critical services for members of the military and their
families and responds to, on average, a disaster a day.
Colorado for Healthy Landscapes Fund
The health and beauty of our landscapes denes our lifestyles
as Coloradans. The Healthy Landscapes Initiative promotes
sustainable management and healthy relationships with our
lakes, rivers, peaks and high deserts. Stewardship efforts
support education, wildlife habitats, agricultural diversity,
research and invasive species management. Your contributions
are the seeds for sustainability.
Habitat for Humanity of Colorado Fund
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity
brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Through volunteer labor and donations, Habitat for Humanity
builds and rehabilitates simple, decent homes in partnership
with hardworking low-income individuals and families in 45
Special Olympics of Colorado Fund
Special Olympics Colorado provides year-round athletic
competition in 22 sports for over 19,000+ athletes with intellectual
disabilities from 2 to 80+ years old. We create inclusive and
welcoming schools for children with all differences through
unied sports and youth leadership. Programs are free of charge
to athletes and their families.
Colorado Youth Corps Association Fund
This fund helps employ youth, young adults, and military veterans
on critical projects in Colorado such as ood recovery, re
mitigation and suppression, removing invasive species, and
building trails for hikers, bikers, and equestrian users—all while
earning education scholarships. Please help CYCA change lives
and landscapes for the better!
Colorado Healthy Rivers Fund
This fund protects Colorado’s lands and waterways. The state’s
streams, wetlands, mountains and forests serve many needs
including water supply, agriculture, wildlife and recreation. Your
generous support of this program will fund stream restoration
projects and assist local groups in watershed protection efforts.
Remember, your contribution will make a difference!
Alzheimer’s Association Fund
One in 10 Coloradans over 65 and nearly half over 85 have
Alzheimer’s disease with 70% cared for at home. 100% of your
donation to the Alzheimer’s Association will fund essential
education, training, and counseling services to urban and rural
families. Without support, the emotional burden on caregivers is
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