Centennial Charity & Non Profit

Find Centennial Colorado charities and nonprofits. Charities and nonprofits provide information on charitable donations, jobs, volunteering, and events.

Littleton Hockey Association 6580 South Vine Street Centennial CO 80121 303-703-8085

Spina Bifida Association of Colorado 6190 South Rosewood Drive Centennial CO 80121 303-797-7870

About Centennial Charities & Non-Profits

Centennial Charities are not-for-profit organizations that have a philanthropic goal in Centennial, CO. The mission of a Centennial Charity is to benefit the general public through its work, which is often educational, religious, or organized around public interest activities. Charities can include Arapahoe County churches, educational organizations, hospitals or medical research organizations, or organizations tied to public universities.

You may contact Non-Profit Charitable organizations for questions about:
  • Centennial nonprofit organizations
  • Making donations and volunteering
  • Centennial 501(c)3 tax exempt organizations
  • Donation and contribution tax deductions
  • Centennial Charity ratings and rankings
Types of Centennial Charities

There are many types of Centennial Charities that focus on benefiting society and the general public. Some Charities are structured to help animals, either through supporting animal welfare, wildlife conservation, or in zoos and aquariums. Other Centennial charitable organizations prioritize environmental causes or health issues such as medical research, public health risks, or treating the sick and disabled. Centennial nonprofits can also have educational missions, including serving as educational institutions or supporting students through funding.

International NGOs, or non-governmental organizations, are typically classified as Charities. They are organized around providing international development aid, disaster relief and humanitarian aid, or human rights advocacy and aid for children. Another major category of Charities in Centennial, Colorado is organized around arts and culture, such as museums and art galleries, performing arts organizations, libraries, and public broadcasting organizations. These Arapahoe County nonprofits preserve artistic and cultural heritage and also serve an educational mission.

Fundraising Programs

Centennial nonprofits have fundraising programs and receive contributions from many different sources. Funding can come from the general public, the Centennial government, private corporations and foundations, or other Charities. At least a third of a Charity's financial support must come from the general public. This funding is used by the Charity to advance its goals. Charities can also raise money through events, product or membership sales, or grants. Centennial grants can come from the government, foundations, or individuals, and they typically require an application process.

501(c)3 Tax Exemption

Charities are exempt from paying certain taxes because of the contributions they make to the public. As Non-Profit organizations, Charities in Colorado do not declare a profit and instead use their revenue and fundraising to run the Charity and benefit the public interest. Legally, Charities can be organized in a number of ways to maintain their tax-exempt status. Contributions made to certain Charities, known as Centennial 501(c)(3) groups, are tax-deductible for the donors, while other Charities are exempt from taxes but donations are still taxed.