More Ways To Give
These generous investors give at least $1,000 annually to ensure that no one goes hungry. We honor Harvest Society members that give at least $10,000 annually by planting a fruit tree in their name in our orchard that will provide food for hungry people well into the future. To learn more, contact Shannon Brice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
Many employers will match gifts made by employees to nonprofit causes. Double your money and the number of meals you can provide to people in need by partnering with your company. Ask your HR representative. For more information, contact Allan Siracusa at email@example.com.
Does your company want to take action in the fight against hunger? There’s no better way than to become a Business Champion. Recognition is given to businesses who give unrestricted gifts of at least $500. To learn more, click here or contact Shannon Brice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WORKPLACE GIVING CAMPAIGNS
You can stand up to hunger by donating to Care and Share during annual workplace giving campaigns like United Way. It’s an easy way to make a big impact.
MEMORIALS AND TRIBUTES
Honor your friends, family, or loved ones by making a gift in their name or memory. Making this gift online or by mail is simple, and if you provide us with the name and address of the person you are honoring, we will be sure to send them or their family a letter sharing the good news about your gift.
PLANNED GIVING, BEQUESTS & GIFTS OF STOCK
We gladly accept these types of generous investments in our mission. If you’d like to make a legacy gift or contribution of stock, please contact Becky Treece at BeckyT@careandshare.org for more information.
COLORADO CHARITABLE CROP DONATION ACT
Local producers can receive a 25% tax credit for the wholesale value of the food they produce and donate to Colorado food banks. For more information, contact Jason Feld at Jason@careandshare.org.