C O L O R A D O C O M B I N
E D C A M P A I G N
How do I contribute to the Campaign?
- 2010 Campaign Deadlines:
One-time gifts via Credit card and check must be received by December 31, 2010 to be considered for the 2010 tax year.
For payroll deductions taken in 2011, you must submit your pledge through the online tool by 5:00pm on Wednesday, January 5. After this date, you can still send a paper pledge form to Campus Box 584.
- Give "Green" in 2010- All CU-Boulder campaign contributions are being taken through a secure site created just for State of Colorado employees. Visit the website to give via payroll donation, as well as for check and credit card one-time gifts. Have your Employee ID ready, as you will need to enter it to verify your pledge. If you don’t know your Employee ID, use your Identikey to log in to the My CU portal, and you will find you Employee ID number listed right after your name.
Every contributor receives a confirmation email, so you can verify that your gift is accurate and timely.
- Having trouble logging in? Made a mistake on your donation? Contact the Colorado Combined Campaign HelpDesk with questions about the website and to change pledge information.
- Check out the step-by-step guide for more information about how to use the online pledge site.
- Can’t get the pledge site to work? Download a paper pledge form, fill it out and send it to:
- On campus:
Colorado Combined Campaign
- Via US mail:
Colorado Combined Campaign
2505 18th St.
Denver, CO, 80211
How does the Campaign contribute to my community?
Your gift of:
- $4 per week: Provides a family with rental assistance to be able to stay in their current residence.
- $6 per week: Provides three weeks of counseling to help a young person exit the streets.
- $8 per week: Provides two months of after school programming for one student.
- $16 per week: Provides one month of quality, early care and education for a child from a low-income family to ensure success when the child enters kindergarten.
- $20 per week: Provides two months of financial training and services to allow a young adult to become self sufficient.
- $32 per week: Provides a full year of one-on-one counseling for a family to help them achieve the skills to live independently.
Check out these success stories from local agencies:
- Alternatives for Youth (PDF)
- Bal Swan Children's Center (PDF)
- Boulder Shelter for the Homeless (PDF)
- Center for People with Disabilities (PDF)
- Community Food Share (PDF)
"75% of our food went to our 58 Member Agencies, such as EFAA, Sister Carmen, the OUR Center, Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, and Broomfield FISH."
- Dental Aid (PDF)
"Bright Smiles provides pregnant women with the dental and education services needed to foster healthy pregnancies and healthy children."
- Emergency Family Assistance (PDF)
- I Have a Dream (Boulder County) (PDF)
"Lafayette Class of 2000: With the help of scholarship funds from "I Have a Dream", Scott attended the University of San Diego, where he earned a bachelor's degree in business and graduated summa cum laude."
- Inn Between of Longmont (PDF)
- Special Transit (PDF)
- YMCA of Boulder Valley (PDF)