Make a secure online donation to Second Wind Fund
View Second Wind Fund’s financials statements here.
Mail A Check
Please make all checks payable to Second Wind Fund
Second Wind Fund
899 Logan St, Suite 208
Denver, CO 80203
If you have experienced a loss and want to make a donation in memory of a loved one, please indicate in an attached note or in the memo line of your donation check.
Match your gift through your employer
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Code – 89908
Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC) Code – 0954
Denver Employees Charitable Campaign (DECC) – 6059
SWF Federal Tax ID: 73-1701536
Leave a lasting legacy
- A cash remembrance
- A gift of property
- A gift of life insurance
- A gift of securities
- A share of the residue of your estate
- The remainder of a trust established for the lifetime of a family member
- The principle remaining from retirement plan assets
Donate Your Car
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To support Second Wind Fund, the process is simple and should take 2-3 minutes to complete. First, create an online account here or sign in.
Then, link your King Soopers loyalty card number (or ALT ID number) to Second Wind Fund. Go to the community rewards page and enroll by searching for Second Wind Fund or our organization number, MB241. Now every time you shop at King Soopers with your loyalty card, Second Wind Fund will receive a donation. It’s that simple!
Donor Advised Funds are a great way to support Second Wind Fund’s mission. By designating funds to our organization, you are helping to provide critical access to life-saving therapy.
How to recommend a gift to Second Wind Fund:
- Contact your DAF sponsor and request a grant distribution to SWF
- Remember to provide them with SWF’s EIN # 73-1701536
- Indicate whether your gift is unrestricted or designated solely to our program spending
12 Therapy Sessions = $840
3 Suicidal Ideation Questionnaires = $30
Therapist Travel Reimbursement, if needed = $120
Evaluation Forms = $10
Total = $1,000
The mission of Second Wind Fund is to decrease the incidence of suicide in children and youth by removing the financial and social barriers to treatment.