DONATE

3Hopeful Hearts is a charitable organization.
No bereaved families are assessed dues to receive support through the efforts of 3Hopeful Hearts.

3Hopeful Hearts is devoted solely to the needs of each family touched by child loss.
Your tax deductible contribution funds much needed support services to these mothers, fathers, siblings
and extended families during such a difficult time.

$200.00 could send a child to Camp BraveHeart
$200.00 could sponsor a monthly support group
$100.00 could support a family support visit
$100.00 could send a mom to the Women’s Retreat
$240.00 could provide 4 counseling vouchers

To mail a check, please use the address below:

3Hopeful Hearts
712 Whalers Way A201
Fort Collins, CO 80525

 

If you’re not able to offer financial assistance, please consider one of our volunteer opportunities.

   

COLORADO GIVES DAY

Support 3Hopeful Hearts during one of the largest giving days in the country!

Each December Coloradans come together with the common goal to strengthen the community by helping to power nonprofits. Community First Foundation and FirstBank partner to make this day rewarding for givers, nonprofits and the community as a whole.

Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday, December 8, and features a $1 million Incentive Fund. Every nonprofit receiving a donation on Colorado Gives Day receives a portion of the fund, increasing impact and the value of every dollar donated. Colorado Gives Day has grown to be Colorado’s largest one-day online giving event, raising more than $257 million since it began in 2010. 

SPONSORSHIPS

Sponsorships are available for our 3 signature events:

Benefit Golf Tournament

Community 5K

Music Benefit and Auction

Please consider a becoming a Mission Sponsor for 3Hopeful Hearts

We highlight you or your company at every event all year, provide a plaque for your office, plus much more.

To inquire about all 2020 sponsorship opportunities please contact Hope@3hopefulhearts.com

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. – Winston Churchill