Colorado Gives Day
“Give A Buck” on Colorado Gives Day and support Hands of The Carpenter!
Participate in Colorado Gives Day – Gifts can be processed on-line anytime between November 1, 2022 and December 6, 2022. Unlike previous years, donations made with bank or credit card accounts will process immediately on the day they are submitted (not processed later on Colorado Gives Day – December 6th). All Colorado Gives Day gifts enables Hands to get a share of the incentive fund provided by FirstBank and other supporters, and be entered in cash drawings (see information below).
Thank you for considering support for Hands on Colorado Gives Day (Dec 6th). In addition to supporting the single moms Hands serves, your gift may help us obtain an extra gift:
- Nonprofits are automatically entered into a random drawing after December 6th if they receive at least 30 donations for Colorado Gives Day. Prizes are $15,000, $10,000, and $5,000.
- Each week, Nov. 1 – Dec. 4, a $1,000 prize will go to a randomly selected nonprofit that receives at least one early gift beginning Nov. 1. Winners will be announced on Colorado Gives’ Facebook page once a week, Nov 1 – Dec. 5.
- When donors create fundraisers on a nonprofit’s behalf, two supported organizations will win $5,000 prizes through a random drawing. For instructions on setting up a fundraiser, click here on or after November 1st. Contact us if you need assistance.
The Impact of Your Giving
- A Colorado Gives Day gift totaling $10,000 – $20,000 will ensure Hands can serve any and all single moms who seek assistance now that Hands has opened its programs to the seven-county Denver metro area
- $5,000 will enable Hands to purchase and prepare an affordable car for placement, and will reduce the current wait list of over 25 women
- $3,500 sponsorship for preparation of a donated vehicle for placement
- Gifts totaling $1,000 – $1,200 supports shop operations and enables clients to afford Hands’ reduced cost on-going maintenance services
- A gift of any amount will keep single moms with dependents employed and on the road towards self-sufficiency.