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Campaign for Colorado State

Support for our community

December 1, 2010

Through the collective strength of you as an individual donor and numerous community resources, Colorado State and the Colorado Combined Campaign hope to make a lasting impression on the lives of those in our community. Please give generously and help create a better future for thousands of people in Colorado.

The New Start program, supported by The Campaign for Colorado State University, assists injured veterans returning from active duty.

Colorado State University’s Colorado Combined Campaign is in full swing and with your charitable donation you can help “Support the Fort.”

Donations accepted now-Dec. 31

This annual campus fund-raising event began Nov. 1 and runs through Dec. 31. This is the only charitable payroll deduction authorized by the state of Colorado.

Colorado State University has been donating through the Colorado Combined Campaign since 2000 and last year the university donated almost $150,000. 

Paperless!

This year, CSU’s campaign has gone totally green with a paperless campaign. Make your pledge or one-time gift online

  • Select “Pledge Now”
  • Create your own username and password
  • Select “Register”

To choose your charity, go to www.colorado.gov/ccc and select “For Donors” to view the 2010 Colorado Combined Campaign Charity Listings. 

For a $2 donation per paycheck, job training and life skills development are provided to those in need.

The online process makes it easy to contribute through payroll deduction or credit card payment. If you would prefer to mail your pledge or one-time check or cash contribution, please print out the 2010 Pledge Form. Please send your completed form along with your donation to Colorado Combined Campaign, 6001 Campus Delivery. 

Support for the Fort's nonprofits

Your donation truly does support the Fort Collins community and local nonprofit agencies by donating through the annual Colorado Combined Campaign. You have the opportunity to lend your support to more than 700 community partnerships.

Below is just one story of how one of the Colorado Combined Campaign community organizations makes a difference every day with your help.

Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope:  A young couple and newborn

"A young couple approached the Center for Hope seeking rental assistance and facing the threat of eviction. The couple had no employment, no income, and no federal assistance. Furthermore, the couple was nine months pregnant—just days away from giving birth—and extremely fearful of being homeless with a newborn.

"After working with a case manager from the Center for Hope, the couple was able to find hope and improve their dire situation. In the same day the mother gave birth, the family also received rent assistance and avoided being evicted from their home.

"Shortly thereafter, they received additional support in the form of food stamps and TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families). With the guidance of a Center for Hope case manager, the efforts the husband had made in seeking employment paid off and he successfully secured a job at a local call center.

"Today, the proud parents have a healthy young baby, are living stably in their home and are developing a foundation to no longer have need for TANF. They are very appreciative of the resources and support they received at the Center for Hope and are making significant strides towards becoming self-sufficient."

~ Contributed by Daniel Covey, case manager, Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope


Contact: Jennifer Dimas
E-mail: jennifer.dimas@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-1543