Ways to Give:

Companions on the Journey



Traditional Mail

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Thank you for considering a gift to the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers (CVV). Your tax deductible donation will change lives for good! By contributing to CVV, you are a Companion on the Journey of the CVV volunteers and those they serve, including: children in under-served schools; patients who need health care; hungry seniors; runaway youth; & families who are homeless in over 20 local non-profits, schools, clinics and agencies.

Regardless of how you choose to make a gift, remember that the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Online Giving

Contributions on-line can be made by clicking to the right on this page or go to www.coloradogives.org. These contributions are safe and secure.

Consider making a regular monthly gift. By spreading your payments across the course of the year, you can multiply the size of your overall donation and increase your impact for CVV. 

Via Postage Mail

If you would prefer to make your donation through the mail, write your check payable to Colorado Vincentian Volunteers and send it to:

Colorado Vincentian Volunteers 

1732 Pearl St.

Denver, CO 80203

Item Donations 

CVV also accepts in-kind gifts such as Furniture, tools, food, bus passes, vehicles, office supplies etc. Please call us at 303-863-8141 or email us at cvv@covivo.org

Other ways to give!

Your Time and Expertise

Are you interested in being a Spiritual Director for a volunteer? Prayer Family? Meal Volunteer? Speaker during Reflection and Discussion? Complete this form to learn more about being involved with the volunteers directly.  Get Involved at CVV 

Matching Gifts

Your employer may match your donation to CVV. Contact your HR or payroll department about your company’s matching-gift policy; some even match gifts made by spouses or retirees. When you send us your signed form, the impact of your gift may be doubled, or even tripled.

Qualified Retirement Plans

Naming CVV as a beneficiary in your qualified retirement plan (IRA, KEOGH, 401(k) or 403(b)) could result in more assets being passed to your heirs than if you make a bequest from other funds in your estate. 


You can make a lasting contribution toward our mission by considering a bequest to CVV through your will or living trust. Simply include the following language in your will or trust: I hereby give to the Trustees of Colorado Vincentian Volunteers, a Colorado charitable corporation, federal tax identification number 84-1286894, the following described property: the sum of $__________, OR ____ percent (%) of the residue of my estate. Upon request, we are pleased to provide the necessary tax exemption letter to your attorney or financial advisor.

Memorial and Honorary Gifts

Any donation you make can become a tribute gift. For birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, graduations, promotions, holidays, or in memory of someone who has died, you can honor your loved ones with a gift to CVV. Be sure to make note of it along with your check or online donation.


If the stock you donate has appreciated in value from the time of your purchase, you can avoid paying future capital gains tax by donating shares directly to CVV. The full value of the shares at the time of the donation is tax deductible. 

Life Insurance 

Another very easy way to continue your support of CVV is through a life insurance gift. You can purchase a life-insurance policy and bequeath it to CVV. Many people have a whole life policy that is no longer needed to protect you or your family. You can make a change in the beneficiary so that CVV receives the benefit of that policy. 

For these methods of giving, please contact CVV for more information and to help you in the process for your generous donation!

“I came across the familiar story of the rich man showing off all the money he is giving and the poor woman giving everything she has. So here is what I have. CVV has given me so much and I wish I could give more and do more but I’m happy to give anything. It’s not much but I’m so happy to give it!” -M.Y., CVV Alum donor