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Welcome to Giving




The CARES Act, signed into law in March 2020, includes provisions regarding charitable giving in the 2020 tax year. Your gift of up to $300 to the CRMS Annual Fund may reduce your taxable income even if you don’t itemize. Always consult your financial or tax advisor for specific information on how your charitable giving this year may impact your taxes. Learn more about Section 2204 and 2205 of the Act.

 

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For nearly 70 years, CRMS has provided a transformative educational experience. Through college-prep academics and arts, a challenging active program of outdoor and work experiences, and a strong culture of community and service, CRMS prepares students for extraordinary lives as engaged global citizens.

Like all independent schools, CRMS relies on alumni, parents and grandparents, and friends and neighbors for support, as the school does not receive government funding. Tuition covers only 70% of the cost of providing a CRMS education, so charitable giving is essential. Colorado Rocky Mountain School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

You can help CRMS in a variety of ways, from giving to our most critical needs (Annual Giving), facilities and campus projects (Capital Giving), and “forever” support (Endowment Giving and Planned Giving). Learn more about what your gift can do in our most recent Impact Report.

For more information on how to make a gift or CRMS policies surrounding gift acceptance please see below. Thank you for your support and generosity; the school continues to thrive as a result.


Gift Acceptance Policy


For any questions on giving please contact Heath Hignight, Director of Development, at 970-963-2562. CRMS adheres to the AFP Code of Ethics.

Giving

Welcome to Giving




The CARES Act, signed into law in March 2020, includes provisions regarding charitable giving in the 2020 tax year. Your gift of up to $300 to the CRMS Annual Fund may reduce your taxable income even if you don’t itemize. Always consult your financial or tax advisor for specific information on how your charitable giving this year may impact your taxes. Learn more about Section 2204 and 2205 of the Act.

 

Link to summaries:
, , , 


For nearly 70 years, CRMS has provided a transformative educational experience. Through college-prep academics and arts, a challenging active program of outdoor and work experiences, and a strong culture of community and service, CRMS prepares students for extraordinary lives as engaged global citizens.

Like all independent schools, CRMS relies on alumni, parents and grandparents, and friends and neighbors for support, as the school does not receive government funding. Tuition covers only 70% of the cost of providing a CRMS education, so charitable giving is essential. Colorado Rocky Mountain School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

You can help CRMS in a variety of ways, from giving to our most critical needs (Annual Giving), facilities and campus projects (Capital Giving), and “forever” support (Endowment Giving and Planned Giving). Learn more about what your gift can do in our most recent Impact Report.

For more information on how to make a gift or CRMS policies surrounding gift acceptance please see below. Thank you for your support and generosity; the school continues to thrive as a result.


Gift Acceptance Policy


For any questions on giving please contact Heath Hignight, Director of Development, at 970-963-2562. CRMS adheres to the AFP Code of Ethics.
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