Colorado Parks and Wildlife works to conserve natural places, resources and wildlife throughout the state for Coloradans and visitors to enjoy.
The work of Colorado Parks and Wildlife is supported by several non-profit entities and through direct donations. Our effort is also aided by people who give their valuable time and skills to help achieve our goals.
You can donate directly to Colorado Parks and Wildlife by mailing a check to: Donations, 6060 Broadway, Denver CO 80216. Please note in the memo line any specific effort or property you wish the donation to support. You can also donate using a credit card through
our online store.
Income Tax Checkoff for Nongame and Endangered Species
Help threatened and endangered wildlife by donating all or a portion of your tax refund to the “Colorado Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund.” Colorado is home to more than 750 species of wildlife that are categorized as “nongame” species—animals that are not hunted, fished or trapped. The Nongame and Endangered Wildlife program supports species conservation for black-tailed prairie dogs, boreal toads, Gunnison sage-grouse, lynx, black-footed ferrets and dozens of other species. The “Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund” checkoff box is located under the Voluntary Contributions section of the Colorado state income tax form. The donation itself is also tax deductible. >> Read more.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is always looking for people who are passionate about wildlife or our parks. If you have time or skills to offer, we're always looking for camp hosts, critter counters, help at events, photographers, clerical support, clean up crews and much, much more. If you wish to know more about giving your time to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, visit our Volunteer page.
Non-Profit Organizations Supporting our Mission
The Friends of Colorado State Parks is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of Colorado's state parks through citizen and volunteer engagement.
Download a donation form here.
Colorado Wildlife Heritage Foundation provides funding and resource support for wildlife efforts statewide. Support includes research, habitat preservation, environmental education and sustainable land use practices.
The Colorado Parks Foundation raises funds and manages an endowment to help Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The organization also advocates for the betterment of state parks.