Some nonprofits in our community
  • Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra
    Help support the Lone Tree Symphony! We need your help to continue to bring quality orchestral music to Douglas County.
  • Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue, Inc.
    For each dog adopted, our average expense is approx $350 more than our average adoption fee. We depend on donations to provide the proper vet care many of our rescued cockers need. Some dogs come to us because their owners cannot afford their dogs' care due to job loss or divorce while some have lost their owner after a sudden unexpected death of their owner. Please consider making a donation to help those we rescue from New Mexico north into Wyoming and from Grand Junction, CO into Kansas/Missouri.
  • Help & Hope Center
    Help & Hope Center addresses the issues that affect community members who are unemployed, underemployed, on fixed incomes, disabled, and elderly. Center staff members provide quality screening, one-on-one guidance, effective service delivery, and meaningful referrals for all clients.
  • The Foundation for Douglas County Schools
    Douglas County School District is home to more than 68,000 students who spend sixty million hours each year thinking, learning and growing. The Foundation brings our community together to open doors for our students and ensure they have every opportunity they need to succeed. Will you join us?

Give where you live

Douglas County Community Foundation (DCCF) exists to: champion awareness, inspire generosity and support nonprofits. A program of DCCF, Douglas County Gives supports the impact of Colorado Gives Day for over 30 organiztions who have combined their resources to increase online giving locally.

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News and Announcements

    • Thank you, Colorado! Your donations on Colorado Gives Day 2018 resulted in $35.1 million for local nonprofits in just 24 hours. Learn more.