How to Give

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Immediate Needs

Colorado Fires

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Unrestricted Gifts

Unrestricted gifts to The Episcopal Church in Colorado support diocesan initiatives with the greatest need. Examples include developing Latino lay leadership, supporting the work of Advocacy and Social Justice, building up our Shared-Cost Fund (ensuring faith formation camps, retreats, and workshops are accessible to everyone), and supporting faith-based leadership programs like the Colorado Episcopal Service Corps.

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Targeted Giving

Colorado Episcopal Service Corps

Colorado Episcopal Service Corps is part of the Episcopal Service Corps, an Episcopalian service organization aimed at young adults. Their vision is to be “faithful, diverse, caring communities of young adults, transforming the world, and ourselves, by striving for justice and peace among all people.”

The mission of Episcopal Service Corps is to develop and support a national network of intentional communities in the Episcopal Church. These communities are marked by young adults:

  • Serving others in solidarity, promoting justice in community
  • Deepening spiritual awareness and vocational discernment
  • Living simply in intentional Christian community

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Cathedral Ridge

Make a donation to support the transformational and life-giving ministry of Cathedral Ridge Camp, Conference, & Retreat Center. Donations go toward infrastructure improvements and enhancements to the buildings and grounds. Cathedral Ridge is host to more than 80 events each year: summer camps, adult retreats, leadership training, and conferences.

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Shared-Cost Fund

The Shared-Cost Fund is a financial resource that helps ensure faith formation events sponsored by The Episcopal Church in Colorado are financially accessible to everyone. As event costs continue to rise, your contribution allows us to continue this level of support as well as extend the reach of these transformational events throughout the diocese. Events with shared-cost funds available include:

How Does It Work?

Individuals are encouraged to contribute what they are able to the cost of an event, as well as seek funding support from their congregations. They can apply to have the remaining balance paid from the Shared-Cost Fund. Oftentimes there is an equal three-way sharing of costs, with the individual, the congregation, and the diocese each contributing a third. There are times, however, when an individual can contribute only a small amount, or minimal funds are available from the congregation. The diocese is committed to making sure these individuals are still able to attend events. Individuals seeking shared-cost funds for an event should complete a Shared-Cost Application and return it to Faith@EpiscopalColorado.org or The Episcopal Church in Colorado, 1300 Washington St., Denver, CO 80203

How Can I Contribute?

There are two ways to contribute:

  • By credit card. One-time or recurring donations can be made online: Make a Donation Now >
  • By check. Checks should be made out to The Episcopal Church in Colorado with “Shared-Cost Fund” noted in the memo line. Please mail checks to The Episcopal Church in Colorado, 1300 Washington St., Denver, CO 80203.

Questions about Donating?

Please contact Development and Stewardship at Development@EpiscopalColorado.org.

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