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Intergeneration Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit public charity and relies solely on private donations to continue our efforts. All gifts are tax deductible and go directly to furthering our mission to connect generations through communication, celebration and education.

Direct Gifts

Cash: A cash gift is the easiest and most popular way to give. Your gift is tax deductible. We will provide you with a document evidencing your gift. Just send your check to: Intergeneration Foundation, 430 N. Tejon, Ste. 300, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Cash: A cash gift is the easiest and most popular way to give. Your gift is tax deductible. We will provide you with a document evidencing your gift. Just send your check to: Intergeneration Foundation, 430 N. Tejon, Ste. 300, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Publicly Traded Stocks or Securities: A gift of stocks is also tax deductible at the full fair market value of the stock or security. You must have owned the stock for at least one year and one day. To make a gift of stock please contact us for assistance.Deferred Gifts

Deferred GiftsThrough a Will, Trust, Gift Annuities, Charity Remainder Trusts, beneficiary designations in life insurance or retirement assests and more, you can create a legacy for yourself or in the name of a loved one, helping to continue our mission of connecting generations. If you do so, you should use the following to designate the gift:

Through a Will, Trust, Gift Annuities, Charity Remainder Trusts, beneficiary designations in life insurance or retirement assests and more, you can create a legacy for yourself or in the name of a loved one, helping to continue our mission of connecting generations. If you do so, you should use the following to designate the gift:

Through a Will, Trust, Gift Annuities, Charity Remainder Trusts, beneficiary designations in life insurance or retirement assests and more, you can create a legacy for yourself or in the name of a loved one, helping to continue our mission of connecting generations. If you do so, you should use the following to designate the gift:

To Intergeneration Foundation, or its successor,
430 N. Tejon St., Ste. 300
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

We would be glad to work with your financial advisor or legal counsel to indentify the most appropriate options for you.

Golden Arms Donors

Donors:
Jerome V. Bruni Foundation
Susan Belden
Cydney Campbell
Flora Carris
Philip DeVriesR.W. and Lena Gail Case
Randle W. Case II
John Croff Estate
Olga C. Delebar
Philip DeVries
Leonard A. and Christina K. Dinegar
Kathryn A. Donahue Trust
Charles F. Emmer
Ent Federal Credit Union
Jerry and Linda Faulb
Nora F. Gledich
Golden Tree Ventures
Greeley Association of Life Underwriters, Inc.
Brian Hall
Hall Family Foundation
Bradley Howard
Gilbert E. and Barbara Johnson
Robert and Sandra Keeley
Jamieson D. and Connie Kennedy
Phillip A. and Meg Kendall
Keith D. Ketelsen
Robert W. Knapp
Tyler D. and Tammy H. Kraemer
Sandy F. and Dorothy D. Kraemer
Autumn Kruis
Ted Lewis, M.D.
Lester (“Dusty”) B. Loo
R.J. Marold, LLC
M.D. McAllister
Eric R. and Ericka K. McDaniel
Paul Miller
New Discovery Ventures, Ltd. LLLP
Alan and Carol Parrington
John C. Pierce
Public Accountants’ Society of Colorado Pikes Peak Chapter
Sara Honn Qualls
Bernard Quartz
Lisa Ruth
Bruce E. and Ann Shepard
Al Steiner
John H. and Gail Stevens
A. Marvin Strait
Daniel H. Teas II
UMB Bank, N.A.
Joseph Woodford
Aisha Young

Tribute Donors:
In Memory of Ted Lewis, M.D. (anonymous)
In Honor of the work of Sandy F. Kraemer for
Intergeneration Foundation (anonymous)
In Memory of Joyce M. McAllister (anonymous)
In Memory of Joyce M. McAllister (anonymous)
The Rollert Family in Memory of Sue Rollert
M.D. McAllister in tribute to his very memorable wife Joyce M. McAllister
Arlene Tuttle in Memory of Ronald R. Tuttle

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