Help seniors live with independence and dignity, and stay in their homes
ensuring seniors have food, transportation, homemaker help, respite for caregivers, safety support and assistance.
Are you getting a Colorado State tax refund?
Now you can donate to the Teller Senior Coalition when you have available funds.
On your Colorado return you can now donate part or all of your state tax refund to the non-profit of your choice, as long as the non-profit is registered with the State of Colorado.
To donate to the Teller Senior Coalition, please designate your donation be made to the Teller Senior Coalition, Inc. registration number 20133004041. You can indicate how much of your refund to be donated, and your refund will be reduced by the amount of your donation.
This is an easy way to help seniors in Teller County.
If you already shop at Amazon, here is an easy way to designate a portion of your purchase to the Teller Senior Coalition:
Log on to www.smile.amazon.com/ch/84-1358087
the Teller Senior Coalition as your designated non-profit and proceed to make your purchases as usual. Amazon gives .5% of the price of your eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice.
Tens of millions of products on Amazon are eligible for this program.
Sign up for a CityMarket Value/loyalty card at the customer service desk. Log on to https://www.citymarket.com/o/store-services/community-rewards and then click on community rewards. Create your account by providing some basic information such as your email address and loyalty card number, click on enroll and select the Teller Senior Coalition as your charity to receive rewards. Each purchase creates rewards that benefit seniors in Teller County, plus you will probably save money on some of your purchases. If you need assistance, please feel free to stop by the TSC offices for assistance
Include the Teller Senior Coalition in your estate planning by making a bequest in your will. You will be leaving a legacy ensuring these important services provided to seniors will continue. You should consult your legal professional for more details.