Workplace Giving

Ray of Hope is proud to partner with Community Shares of Colorado in workplace giving campaigns. Making charitable donations via paycheck contributions is a convenient option that allows incremental gifts to add up over the course of a year. Many workplaces also offer matching contributions, which can double or triple your donation!

Designate Ray of Hope as recipient of your workplace giving campaign. Make the following designations, depending on the campaign offered in your company:

Community Shares of Colorado                 # 5215

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)          # 90864

Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC)       # 5171

If your company hosts workplace giving fairs and presentations, request that Ray of Hope be a featured nonprofit.

If you don’t have an employee giving campaign, let your HR or Community Investment contact know you want to support Ray of Hope through Community Shares. Contact Community Shares of Colorado at giving@cshares.org or 303.861.7507.

Workplace giving is a great way to support Ray of Hope!

We work with Cars for Charity to manage your car donation. Cars for Charity has the resources, knowledge, experience, and dealer’s license necessary to maximize the value of your donation to Ray of Hope.

Cars for Charity will arrange to tow your unwanted vehicle, sell it at auction, and distribute 100% of the net proceeds to Ray of Hope to provide emergency financial assistance to Colorado cancer patients. You will be provided with a tax deduction for the fair-market value of the vehicle. Most cars, motorcycles, boats, and recreational vehicles are accepted.

To donate your vehicle, contact Cars for Charity at (303) 853-4483 or visit their website.

ColoradoGives.org

ColoradoGives.org is a year-round, online giving website made possible by Community First Foundation. This online giving portal encourages the people of Colorado to “Give Where You Live.” ColoradoGives.org provides another way by which you can set up a fundraising page or make your online donation to Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation.