The League of Women Voters depends upon and appreciates all the ways the Larimer County community supports our efforts. We are particularly grateful for donations of time and financial support. To become more involved as a volunteer, please join us!
There are two kinds of contributions which enable us to carry out our mission of encouraging the active participation of citizens in our democracy.
Tax-deductible donations can be made to the LWV of Colorado Education Fund (a 501c-3 non-profit) for the benefit of LWV of Larimer County. These donations are used for our voter services activities, including voter registration events, production and distribution costs for Ballot Issue pamphlets, voter education meetings. CrossCurrents (the monthly community education cable television program produced in cooperation with the City of Fort Collins), distribution of US Constitution booklets, and other related voter services costs. Donate to the League of Women Voters of Colorado Education Fund.
Donations to support our operational costs and public advocacy activities are not tax deductible. You can make these contributions either through PayPal by clicking on the “Donate” button below (we must pay a small service fee for these electronic contributions) or by check made out to the LWV of Larimer County and mailed to LWV of Larimer County, 305 W. Magnolia St. #106, Fort Collins, CO 80521.
All contributions will be acknowledged, and we thank you very much for your support!
The League of Women Voters of Larimer County would especially like to thank the following families and individuals for their memorial gifts:
- The friends and family of Jan Koechley, our former secretary and event organizer extraordinaire.
- The Estate of Wanda Mayberry, who was for many years the public face of our League to all of Fort Collins. Wanda was an indomitable force on all things voter services. The family of Dr. Joe Jabaily – We miss Dr. Jabaily’s commitment, intelligence, integrity, personal warmth and devotion to public service. He was a true community leader.
- The family of Myrtle Hausrath – Myrtle was a member of the League for over 50 years and her spirit and “fire” were the impetus for many of the things accomplished by the League.