Ways To Give

A Variety of Ways to Endow Cancer League

Doug Moreland and Kim Christiansen at a recent Hope Ball.
Doug Moreland and Kim Christiansen at a recent Hope Ball.

Planned gifts help build a permanent endowment for Cancer League of Colorado. Each gift will be invested in perpetuity, with the earnings supporting our efforts to defeat cancer.

A gift to the endowment entitles you to become a member of the Endowment of Hope. Read and click below for more information about your variety of options:

Charitable Bequest – By naming the Cancer League of Colorado Foundation in your Will or Living Trust, you create a gift today that Cancer League will receive when your estate is settled.

Retirement Plan – You can name Cancer League of Colorado Foundation as a beneficiary of your retirement plan. To include Cancer League, simply request a Beneficiary Change form from your retirement plan custodian, complete the form, and return it as instructed.

Life Insurance – You can name Cancer League of Colorado Foundation as the beneficiary of a new or existing life insurance policy.

Charitable Remainder Trust — In the right situation, a charitable remainder trust can provide powerful financial, tax, and estate planning benefits. Basically, you can donate assets into trust for the eventual benefit of Cancer League of Colorado Foundation. In the interim, the trust pays an income to you and/or your designated income beneficiaries.

Charitable Lead Trust –A charitable lead trust can provide support for Cancer League of Colorado Foundation, while transferring assets to your heirs with little or no tax.

Retained Life Estate – You can donate a residence to Cancer League of Colorado Foundation and still retain the right to live there for the rest of your life.

Please contact us at or by phone at 303-281-9864 with any questions at all.

Donations can be made by mail to Cancer League of Colorado, PO Box 5373, Englewood CO 80155.

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