Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is a nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) charity. All donations we receive are tax-exempt to the full extent allowed by law.
Each year, Colorado Visiting Nurse Association helps thousands of low-income and under served seniors maintain their health and independence by providing free services including flu vaccinations, foot care, light housekeeping, food to fill their pantries, and transportation to/from doctors’ appointments as well as free medical equipment. With a growing aging population, demand for CVNA’s free services to help elders with financial hardships is also increasing. Please help us deliver high-quality compassionate care by making a financial contribution.
Way’s to help the VNA:
Make a Financial Donation
Support Colorado Visiting Nurse Association by making a donation today.
There are 2 easy ways to make a gift. Click on the Donate Online button or call the Development Manager at (303) 698-6308 to make your donation by phone.
Support CVNA’s Endowment
In 1889, Colorado Visiting Nurse Association hired its first nurse, Hattie Cory, and paid her $50 per month for her expertise. In her honor, Colorado Visiting Nurse Association launched Hattie’s Legacy Club to ensure that the organization will be around to serve our community for another 125 years. Donations of $50 or more may be directed to Hattie’s Legacy Club, which supports our endowment, a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding in which the principal remains intact in perpetuity and investment income may be contributed toward the operating budget. To become a member of Hattie’s Legacy Club and make an endowment gift, contact the Development Manager at (303) 698-6308.
Leave a Legacy Through a Bequest
Bequests are one of the most popular and simplest planned gifts for you to make. Bequests are extremely important to Colorado Visiting Nurse Association because we rely on them to ensure that in the future we will be able to continue to provide free services to elders most in need. All bequests become part of the endowment fund unless otherwise directed. Consult with your attorney or estate planner today to establish this easy legacy gift. If you have included Colorado Visiting Nurse Association in your estate plans, please let us know by calling the Development Manager at (303) 698-6308.
Additional Planned Gifts
In addition to leaving a bequest, you can make a significant gift to Colorado Visiting Nurse Association by naming the organization as a beneficiary of a retirement account or life insurance policy.
Gift of Stock
Donating stock is an excellent way to support Colorado Visiting Nurse Association. You may avoid capital gains tax by donating securities (individual stocks, bonds, mutual funds) and certain other types of property that have gained in value. With gifts of stock, you will receive an income tax charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift. Consult with your stockbroker or financial advisor to complete the transaction.
Donate Your Vehicle
Donating your car is a generous way to contribute to Colorado Visiting Nurse Association. As an added benefit, your vehicle donation may qualify as a charitable tax donation. Most vehicles are accepted including cars, boats, RVs, motorcycles, jet skis, and snowmobiles. Your vehicle does not have to be running and our partner organization, Cars Helping Charities, offers fast and free nationwide vehicle pickup by fully licensed, bonded, and insured towing professionals.
Double Your Support
Many corporations match donations their employees make to Colorado Visiting Nurse Association. Contact your company’s benefits or community affairs department to find out if your gift can be leveraged.
Corporate sponsorship is an excellent and meaningful way to confirm your company’s commitment to improving the health and quality of life for seniors in the Denver metro region. Examples of opportunities include underwriting events, supporting hospice services, and sponsoring in-home services. Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is pleased to custom create a sponsorship, including recognition, that suits your unique contribution and public relations needs. Please contact the Development Manager at (303) 696-6308.