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Find the most common issues people with disabilities face and how CCDC can help.


Other Ways to Give


Legacy Planned Giving

Legacy Planned Giving with Colorado Cross-Disability (CCDC) gives you a unique opportunity to leave a personal legacy of social justice for people with disabilities in Colorado. Our Legacy Planned Giving platform was established to give individuals and families the opportunity to support CCDC with a future gift that will ensure the continuation of our work for future generations. It is your statement of hope and belief in advancing social change through programs provided by CCDC. Consider signing up and give a legacy of hope and inspiration for all those who need our programs.

Your charitable bequest is a powerful way to strengthen CCDC’s mission to advocate for social justice on behalf of people with all types of disabilities. Our work engages in advocacy, provides legal services, and conducts education and training targeted at helping people with disabilities access basic human needs, as well as educational, economic, and leadership opportunities.

  • The simplest way to sign up for Legacy Planned Giving is to list “Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition” as a beneficiary in your life insurance policy or retirement account. This process is expense free, and your gift will not have to go through any court system to be distributed.
  • You can also name “Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition” in your will or trust. Gifts in your will may include mutual funds, stocks, real estate, vehicles or cash, to name a few.
  • We advise you to consult with your financial or estate planner to determine the best method for you to support the mission of CCDC.
  • For assistance with probate legal services including wills, medical directives, planned giving, etc., we highly recommend our Probate Attorney, Chris Brock, who offers legal assistance that directly benefits CCDC. You can reach him via email at or by phone at 720-279-8233.

If you decide to include Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition in your plans, please notify us. It will give us a chance to acknowledge your generosity. Thank you for making the meaningful decision to partner with CCDC.

Please contact our Development Director, Christine Fiedler by email at or by phone at 303-839-1775 for more information.

Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition is a 501c3 nonprofit organization

Our Federal Tax ID Number is 74-2564419

Vehicles for Change

If you have an old car, RV, or even a motorcycle, CCDC can accept it as a donation through a program called Vehicles for Change.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are donating a vehicle under your name and you are a recipient of ANY public services, please contact before you begin. We want to ensure your benefits will not be affected.

How does the Vehicles for Change program work?

  • Complete the online form at or call 1-866-628-2277.
  • Your information is sent to the tow company, who will call you to schedule the FREE pick up.

As a donor, what do I need before I can donate?

  • title to the vehicle with your name listed in the owner’s section, without an assignment or transfer to another person. All liens must be released prior to donating the vehicle.
  • You will need the information listed on the title and current mileage when you call or fill out the online form.
    • And of course the car keys!
  • Vehicles for Change will tow the vehicle (whether it’s running or not) for you.

What do they do with the vehicles?

  • The vehicles are taken to an auction and sold to the highest bidder.

Will I receive a tax deduction for my donation?

  • Absolutely! The IRS allows you to claim a tax deduction depending on the sale price of your vehicle.
  • CCDC will mail or email a letter recognizing your donation. Use the letter along with the receipt for your tax purposes.

If you have any additional questions, please contact us at 303.839.1775 or for more information. Thank you so much!

Giving Back Group with RE/MAX

Buy or Sell a home with The Giving Back Group to support Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition in advocating for disability rights!

Looking to buy or sell a home? RE/MAX will donate 20% of their commission on each home in your name to support Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition at absolutely no cost to you. (Donations average over $2,500!)

Learn more here:

Making our community stronger… one home at a time!

Contact: Victor Pereira
Broker Associate
Phone or Text: (330) 283-8118

Contact: Rick Avery
Founder/Broker Associate
Phone or Text: (303) 881-4881
Office: (303) 420-8800

Create a Personal Fundraiser

If you’d like to support CCDC by creating a personal fundraiser on your Facebook page, here are the steps:

To create a fundraiser for a charitable organization, click here or follow these steps:

  1. Click Fundraisers in the left menu of your News Feed. You may need to click See More.
  2. Click + Raise Money.
  3. Select Nonprofit or Charity.
  4. Select a charitable organization, fill in the fundraiser details and choose a cover photo.
  5. Click Create.

Keep in mind that:

Important Notice
CCDC’s employees and/or volunteers are NOT acting as your attorney. Responses you receive via electronic mail, phone, or in any other manner DO NOT create or constitute an attorney-client relationship between you and the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition (CCDC), or any employee of, or other person associated with, CCDC. The only way an attorney-client relationship is established is if you have a signed retainer agreement with one of the CCDC Legal Program attorneys.

Information received from CCDC’s employees or volunteers, or from this site, should NOT be considered a substitute for the advice of a lawyer. DOES NOT provide any legal advice, and you should consult with your own lawyer for legal advice. This website is a general service that provides information over the internet. The information contained on this site is general information and should not be construed as legal advice to be applied to any specific factual situation.

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