Support Family Voices on Colorado Gives Day, December 4

Colorado Gives Day logoOn Tuesday, December 4, 2012, Coloradans will come together again to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits like ours. Last year, a remarkable $12.8 million was distributed to Colorado nonprofits. Family Voices received more than $5,000 from our clients, partners, friends, and other generous donors last year, and we are so grateful for your support!

You can donate to us through GivingFirst.org/FamilyVoicesCO at any time, and 100 percent of your donation will come to us. But when you give online on December 4, the value of your donation is increased by the FirstBank Incentive Fund. This year, our goal is to double the amount we raised on Colorado Gives Day 2011, so we’ll need everyone’s help to reach that milestone!Two girls at our 2009 Going to Bat for Kids event

You may already have a sense of the many different ways we are working to improve health care quality and access for children and youth with special health care needs. But over the next three weeks, we’ll share a couple of family stories so you know exactly the kind of difference we can make in families’ lives when you invest in Family Voices Colorado. (To make sure you receive all our latest news and information, be sure to sign up for our email list with the link on the right, and go ahead and ‘Like’ us on Facebook to connect there as well!) Read about the Hogarth family’s story now.

Oh, and if you’re concerned you may be too busy or forget to take action on December 4, you can schedule your donation today and still be included in the Colorado Gives Day totals. Just check the box for “Make Donation on Colorado Gives Day 12/4/2012″ on the Donation page.Support Family Voices on Colorado Gives Day, December 4, 2012

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