first_img Published: Jan. 5, 2016 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Categories:Deadlines & AnnouncementsCampus Communitycenter_img There are a few days left to designate monthly payroll deductions to benefit Colorado nonprofits. Have you explored how you can give a little, and make a big difference over the course of the coming year?As state employees, you show your commitment to fellow Coloradans each and every day. When you join with other Colorado state employees and make a donation to a nonprofit organization through the Colorado Combined Campaign, your impact is increased. Just a few dollars per paycheck allows partner nonprofit organizations to strengthen Colorado communities. For example:$3/paycheck provides a child with an individual counseling session$3/paycheck provides backpacks and school supplies to two homeless youths$5/paycheck provides parenting skill classes for a teen family$5/paycheck provides lunch for 60 preschoolers$20/paycheck provides a month of shelter, food and counseling for a family in crisis $25/paycheck sponsors one-on-one therapy sessions for a child with special needsLast year, state employees donated over one million dollars to support more than 600 important causes. Contributing to the Colorado Combined Campaign is another way to support Colorado, and we hope you will continue to show your generous spirit.Donate online at online is easy:If you are a returning donor, enter the username and password you chose last year. Click the blue “RECOVER” button in the top right corner of the pledge page if you have forgotten your username or password.If you are new to the iPledge sytem, click “Register” or “Yes – this is your first time logging into this system” in the green box above.Select your state agency and division, if applicable.Complete your personal registration information and choose your own username and password,Pledge to support the charities of your choice through payroll contribution or a one-time gift by check or credit card.And you’re done! Thank you for giving, caring and sharing for Colorado.last_img read more