This year's Summit is headlined by 7x World Champion and Emmy Award-winner Rebecca Rusch. With Rebecca and other advocates from around the state, we’ll focus on building the movement, shaping what it means to be a bicyclist and much more.
We hope you’ll join us for a day full of engaging panels and speakers on October 7. Click below to save your seat today.BROWSE
At Bicycle Colorado, we’re grateful for every gift we receive—no matter the size—but we understand that not everyone feels they can make a substantial gift today. Some prefer the increased flexibility that planned giving via a beneficiary designation provides by using:
It may sound complicated to set up a beneficiary designation, but it is actually quite simple. In fact, it only takes three simple steps to make this type of gift. If you are interested in designating Bicycle Colorado as a beneficiary of your estate, here are a few simple steps to help you do it:
That’s it! Easy, right?
When you choose to give to Bicycle Colorado via planned giving, you invest your legacy in a shared vision of a Colorado where everyone can ride safely. Your generous support of the movement will make Colorado a better place to live and ride.
I finally got to a point in my life where I was thinking about my own planning. Where did I want my assets to go at the end of my life? What did I want my personal legacy to be? … In considering my legacy, I thought about the nonprofit organizations that have been most meaningful to me in my life. Bicycle Colorado was among the organizations on that fairly short list.
Want to hear from a fellow member? Philanthropic Specialist with Wells Fargo Bank and Bicycle Colorado Board Member, Russ Shaw, told us why he chose Bicycle Colorado as a beneficiary of his planned giving on the Bicycle Colorado blog.
Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call at 303-417-1544.