"All good men and women must take responsibility to create legacies that will take the next generation to a level we could only imagine." ~ Jim Rohn

Memorial, honorary, and charitable bequest giving is one way to ensure that the legacy of you or a loved one can live on indefinitely. By leaving a legacy you are helping River Bridge fulfill its vision of a community where children are safe, families are strong, and where all abused children are supported and able to heal.

Memorial and Honorary Giving

Memorial and Honorary Gifts are a special way to remember family and friends. These gifts honor the memory of loved ones by ensuring that their values live on in the world. With every contribution, River Bridge Regional Center will send an acknowledgment and receipt to the donor. Memorial and Honorary Gifts create a living legacy that helps shape the lives of children and families that utilize River Bridge services.

If you would like to set up Memorial and Honorary Giving
Please contact Blythe Chapman

Charitable Bequests

A charitable bequest is an easy way to leave money to charity in your will. This type of planned giving designates a certain dollar amount, percentage of your estate, or specific asset to be given to a charity of choice. Bequests are commonly allowed as charitable deductions in determining the net value of the taxable estate and can help reduce the burden of estate taxes.

If you include River Bridge Regional Center in your estate plan, please use our legal name and Federal Tax ID.

Centro Regional del Puente del Río
520 21st St.
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Federal ID # 45-5464778

River Bridge es una organización sin fines de lucro con estado fiscal 501c3 y todas las donaciones son deducibles de impuestos. Nuestro número de identificación fiscal es 45-5464778

“Cuando hablo de lo que hace River Bridge, los miembros de la comunidad a menudo responden con lo difícil que debe ser ver a niños y familias en crisis después de un informe de abuso sexual infantil. Mi respuesta es siempre la misma: son los niños que no vemos los que me quitan el sueño”. ~Blythe chapman, directora ejecutiva, RBRC