Supporting Devereux Colorado
From the day a child walks in our door, our goal is to provide intensive treatment that focuses on the unique needs of each child. Yet the cost of treatment far outweighs the amount of reimbursement from the state. To fill this shortfall, we must rely on generous donors like you.
Select from our list of funds below. Make a gift online, by phone (888) 672-6759 or by mail.
Devereux Colorado Funds
All gifts received for the Colorado Giving Fund will be directed to Devereux Colorado for unrestricted support of programs and services. Donate Now
Do you wish upon the stars? Like to dream big? The Employee Giving Committee would like to grant the wishes of the kids here at Devereux Colorado so they can pursue their dreams and go to special events, buy books and computers, go to the movies and a play, visit their favorite restaurant on a special occasion, go camping, skiing, hiking and more! Donate Now.
Other Ways to Give
Kids Need to Read:
“Kids Need to Read” is a great way to directly and positively influence a youngster who is getting their life back on track. Devereux Colorado invites you to donate new and gentlyused books for the youth we serve. To learn more about the Kids Need to Read program, click here.
Devereux Colorado wants your new or gently-used stuff! Please take a look at the attached list and contact Sandi Wagner at (303) 438-2300 if you would like to make a donation. We are accepting used/new clothes in addition to the list below and your support will enrich the life of a child today!
Donations of Stock:
Download a sample letter of instruction to your broker to use in making your gift of appreciated securities to Devereux Colorado.
You may be able to double your gift to Devereux, if your employer has a matching gift program. Find out here by typing in your employer's name.
Thoughtful gift planning can provide you and others with lifetime income, reduce your taxes and allow you to make a significant gift that sustains the valuable services of Devereux. For more information, please contact:
Leah S. Yaw, Senior Vice President of External Affairs