Workplace and United Way Campaigns enable employees to make regular donations through payroll deductions. Click here or contact your HR department to find out if your company has a matching gift program. Girl Scouts of Colorado is eligible to receive funds through Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #85989), Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC #4034) and Denver Employees Combined Campaign (write in "Girl Scouts of Colorado")
We count on corporate and foundation partnerships to provide volunteer and funding opportunities. Many companies choose to make philanthropy a part of their corporate culture by making it easy for their employees to support charities such as Girl Scouts of Colorado.
Many companies encourage (or even require) employees to volunteer in
their communities. Some companies even match their employees’
volunteer hours with a cash donation. Learn more about volunteer
opportunities with Girl Scouts of Colorado.
Host a fundraiser or organize a joint project with Girl Scouts.
Event sponsorships not only provide vital funding to Girl Scout programs in their communities, but also provide companies with valuable exposure for their businesses.
- Adolph Coors
- Arrow Electronics
- CenturyLink Denver Metro Outreach Endowment
- The Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation
- Liberty Media
- Lockheed Martin
- Mile High United Way
- Sherman & Howard LLC
- US Bank
- Wagner Equipment
- Wells Fargo Foundation
- Western Union Foundation