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Resources

Help is there for you.

Learning more about the recently passed federal CARE Act, intended to help blunt the worst economic impacts of the pandemic on individuals, businesses and nonprofits, will be critical for many SCFD organizations. Fortunately, there are resources available to help you learn more, and in consultation with your advisers, make good decisions for now and for the future.

The CARE Act also makes important changes to encourage charitable giving including creating a new above-the-line deduction (universal or non-itemizer deduction that applies to all taxpayers) for total charitable contributions of up to $300, eliminating the current 60 percent income cap on annual contributions for those who itemize in 2020 and raising the annual limit from 10 percent to 15 percent for corporate donations.

COVID-19 Related Resources in Colorado

During this difficult time, it’s important to stay connected to resources that can help you and your organization. Here are some options for finding what you need:

As our arts and culture organizations necessarily go dark, your well-being is critical. In these difficult times, there are resources to help.

COVID-19 Related Resources – County Based
Adams County

Information on resources will be added soon.

 

Arapahoe County

Information regarding applying for Variances

Boulder County

Information regarding applying for Variances

  • Boulder County Public Health is currently working on the process to apply for variances and will announce it once it launches; please stay tuned. If you have questions, contact Carol Garnand, Liaison to Boulder County Cultural Council at cgarnand@bouldercounty.org.

COVID-19 resources

Broomfield County

Information regarding applying for Variances

COVID-19 resources

Douglas County

Information regarding applying for Variances