Choose EFAA on Colorado Gives Day

cgd-screen-shot$1 Million Incentive Fund Boosts Your Donation

Schedule your donation here today. Click to process on Colorado Gives Day.

When you choose EFAA on Colorado Gives Day, you strengthen our whole community by

Empowering families with children to avert homelessness through one-time rent assistance when they are faced with eviction and have nowhere to go. This strengthens our community because families can stay together in a safe environment, rather than falling into a crisis that can causes trauma and long-term consequences, especially for children.

Connecting homeless families and their children to the resources they need to build back up toward self-sufficiency. This includes housing, the most critical element to stabilizing families in crisis, case management to help families budget and create a brighter future, EFAA’s expanded Children’s Program, a trauma-informed program aimed getting kids school- and life-ready, and much more to keep families working.

Feeding hardworking families, seniors and people with disabilities who face impossible choices every day, like paying the rent or buying groceries. A week’s worth of groceries from EFAA means they can eat and put budget dollars toward other critical needs, like rent.

Supporting EFAA’s programs to both meet the temporary, short-term needs of families in crisis, and guide families to change their long-term well-being and improve their ability to support their family on their own.

The $1 Million Incentive Fund

Community First Foundation and FirstBank each contributed $500,000 to create a $1 Million Incentive Fund, one of the largest gives-day incentive funds in the country. Every nonprofit receiving a donation on Colorado Gives Day receives a portion of the fund, which increases the value of every dollar donated. For example, if EFAA receives 10 percent of the total donations made on Colorado Gives Day, EFAA also receives 10 percent of the $1 Million Incentive Fund.

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