There are many ways to support DCAC’s work to improve the lives of children traumatized by sexual and physical abuse, neglect and violence, as well as those who are at risk, with prevention, education, and direct services.
Donate Your Vehicle
Have an unused vehicle you no longer want to keep? Use the link below to connect with Donation line, an accredited BBB member with an A+ rating. They will take your vehicle, the proceeds will come to DCAC and you will receive a tax deduction for your gift.
Amazon will donate .5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Denver Children’s Advocacy Center.
Participating in the charitable giving campaign sponsored by your employer is an easy way to help us accomplish our mission. Simply sign up to contribute by directing a portion of your paycheck to the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center. Your tax-deductible donation is automatically sent to us to help support DCAC programs and services.
Combined Federal Campaign #32178
Federal government employees and members of the U.S. Military Forces can support the DCAC through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) by designating their contribution to CFC# 32178.
Some businesses work through the United Way Campaign. If your employer offers a United Way program, ask your administrator how you can designate your gift to the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center.
Employer Matching Gifts
With matching gifts, you can sometimes double or even triple your gift! Many employers offer matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by employees. Check with the human resources office of your employer for the appropriate forms to fill out to receive this benefit.
The ReFUND CO initiative lets you donate all or a portion of your state tax refund to a non-profit of your choice. To donate to DCAC:
- Decide how much of your refund to donate.
- Enter Denver Children's Advocacy Center and our registration number, #20033003997, in the Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit Fund line on your state income tax return or tax software, or just give this info to your tax preparer when you share your tax documents.
Learn more about this program at RefundWhatMatters.org.