You can help make wishes come true by giving at work! Employee giving programs offer an easy and effective way for workers to regularly donate to Make-A-Wish Colorado through payroll deductions.
Fall is the time of year when government agencies and many businesses launch their annual workplace giving campaigns. Even a small deduction from each paycheck adds up over the year to have a significant impact on our mission.
Numerous workplace giving campaigns list Make-A-Wish Colorado under Community Health Charities. As a member of Community Health Charities, www.healthcharities.org, Make-A-Wish Colorado is NOT a United Way agency. However, if United Way runs the giving campaign where you are employed, you can still chose to donate to us by writing "Make-A-Wish Colorado" in the donor option section of your pledge form.
Make-A-Wish Colorado is part of the government employee "combined giving campaigns", as well as the employee giving programs in more than 100 companies; some are listed below. If you work for any of them, please choose to participate and donate to us. Many of these programs match employee donations up to 100 percent! If you know family members or friends who are employed by these companies, please encourage them to do the same!
Ameristar Casino Resort Spa Black Hawk
Boulder County Government Employees
Boulder Valley School District
City of Boulder Employees
City of Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs Utilities
Colorado State Government (code: 0947)
Denver Employees Combined Campaign (City of Denver Employees)
Federal Government (code: 51715)
Great West FinancialJP Morgan Chase
Metro Wastewater Reclamation District
National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)
National Renewable Energy Laboratories
Thanks so much for using this easy and effective way to help us make wishes come true for our children.
If your company does not offer an employee giving program and you’d like to know how one that includes Make-A-Wish Colorado can be started, Community Health Charities can help. To get started, contact the Workplace Giving Coordinator, Becky Schilling at 303-750-9474.