Giving Options

In Honor or In Memory

The Conflict Center accepts gifts in memory of a loved one or in honor of someone on a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary or graduation.  The Conflict Center will send a card to the person honored or the family of the deceased acknowledging your gift. Gifts made by check may be mailed to The Conflict Center at 4140 Tejon St., Denver, CO 80211.  Gifts by credit card may be made directly through The Conflict Center’s page on the Colorado Gives website.

Special Events

The Conflict Center has several special events each year.  These are fun ways to make a donation while getting to know others who support violence prevention.  Check out the Events page on our website or the following links for the most up to date event information and to purchase event tickets.

  • Enchanted Gardens of Northwest Denver Tour
  • Film for Thought movie series
  • Holiday Art & Gift Market
  • Events in honor of Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado
  • Book Discussions

 Seeds of Peace Endowment Fund

In 2004, The Conflict Center established the Seeds of Peace Endowment Fund through the Community First Foundation, to ensure the work of preventing violence and encouraging strong relationships will continue long into the future.  A strong endowment fund provides a steady revenue stream to help offset the increased cost of services while ensuring the future of the organization. We invite you to support the Seeds of Peace Endowment Fund and receive recognition on our Seeds of Peace Endowment Fund Tree which is displayed prominently at The Conflict Center.  For more information on how endowment funds work and ways to support the Seeds of Peace Endowment Fund, please contact Ronnie Weiss, TCC’s Director of Development, at 303-865-5634 or

Planned Giving

Choosing to make a charitable gift through planned giving is another way to support The Conflict Center and ensure the future of its peacemaking mission.  Here are several creative ways to give through planned giving:

  • Bequest: Gifts through a will or trust are the most common way individuals provide for their favorite charities in their estate plan. You may choose to make an outright bequest to The Conflict Center by leaving a specific dollar amount, or a percentage of your estate. You may also leave the residue or part of the residue of an estate to charity.
  • Life Insurance:  You may use a life insurance policy as an avenue to make a gift by naming The Conflict Center as the beneficiary of the policy.
  • Retirement Fund: you may designate The Conflict Center to be the beneficiary of all or a portion of your retirement account.

Please consult your personal financial advisor when considering these planned giving options.




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