Use our secure form to make an online donation to Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County.
Donate by Phone
To make a donation by phone, call our main office and someone will assist you 970-223-1709
Donate by Mail
Mail your donation to:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County
103 Smokey Street
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Please make checks payable to “Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County”
Become a Monthly/Recurring Donor
Our Stepping Up for Kids Monthly Giving Program provides Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County with sustainable income that is needed to provide year round, full day services to the families of Larimer County.
Why give monthly? Monthly giving lets you spread your giving throughout the year, easily budget for giving and make an ongoing commitment to Boys & Girls Club kids.
$20/Month: Can cover one year of Club membership for twelve teens
$50/Month: Can cover a month’s worth of program supplies for one youth
$70/Month: Can cover a month of snacks at one Club location
$100/Month: Can cover one scholarship for an entire year
How does monthly giving work? The monthly giving program automatically transfers your donation directly from your credit or debit account to Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County on the same day of each month. Click here to start helping kids on an ongoing basis!
Once registered, you can update your personal information, cancel your donation, or change your monthly donation amount.
Amazon Wish List
Visit our Amazon Wish List to help supplement the supplies needed to run our Clubs.
Our goal is to help you leave a legacy in a way that benefits you, your family, and young people in our community now and for years to come. Your support through a planned gift will ensure that future generations who walk through the Club doors will have opportunities to be guided, to be empowered, and to participate in programs to help them grow into healthy, caring, responsible adults.
Donor Advised Funds
If you support multiple organizations or you want to secure a charitable deduction now but designate beneficiaries later, a donor advised fund (DAF) may work for you. They can be established with a number of entities, including community foundations, financial services companies and charities. An increasingly popular charitable vehicle, DAFs are an excellent way to both simplify your charitable giving and facilitate your strategic philanthropic goals. DAFs allow donors to give cash, stock and other assets where the donor receives an immediate tax deduction when the contribution is made, but can grant specified amounts to the charities of their choice at a later time.
What can DAF’s do for Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County? DAFs provide an easy, flexible, low-cost method of giving which supports our work for the youth of Larimer County! These gifts have been essential parts of the lasting changes we make in the lives of children in need through our various programs and campaigns.
Give At Work
Workplace giving offers you a way to give to Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County while you work – providing an easy and efficient opportunity to make tax-deductible contributions through payroll deductions.
Give through your workplace giving campaign, and you’ll feel good knowing your generous contribution will go towards the youth of Larimer County!
Also, your employer may match you donation to BGCLC. A matching gift-which is a donation by a corporation that matches an employee’s donation to an eligible nonprofit-could double your impact and help us support kids in Larimer County!
Please check with your HR department and ask them how to give at work or match your donation to BGCLC.
Child Care Contribution Tax Credit
The Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit (CCCCTC) was designed to encourage greater private support of Colorado child care programs, like those provided by Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County. Your donation can qualify for this tax credit and you may be able to decrease the after-tax cost of your gifts by more than 50%.
Half of your donation will be offset by a dollar-for-dollar credit against your Colorado income taxes. Plus, you may be able to claim a portion of your contribution as a charitable deduction on your federal and state income tax returns if you itemize deductions as well.
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For more information, visit, “FYI Income 35” at www.colorado.gov. As with all charitable contributions, please consult your tax advisor.