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Save the Date!

Swinging @ AIDS Golf Tournament 

Coming August 13, 2024

Denver’s City Park Golf Course

3181 E 23rd Ave, Denver, CO 80205

7:00 am registration opens

8:00 am Shotgun start

Spring is a Time for H.O.P.E. Brunch raised nearly $70,000!

The RED Concert Raised $28,000!


Doing Good:
In This Life & Beyond
A Webinar on Planned Giving

Jon Kraus, Executive Director of Gift Planning at the University of Denver has 23 years of experience in financial planning and nonprofit development. Volunteering his time and expertise, he shares his knowledge about various options available to individuals who want to continue to make a difference with the resources they have accumulated over the years.


Dr. Suzanne Hamm, retired child psychologist and chair of the Center’s planned giving program, shares her thoughts about leaving a lasting legacy. 

Are You Required to Take Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)?

Check out attached document about how you can make a difference by contributing via a “Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) in 2023. If you like saving money, especially money you might have to pay to the government, then explore humanitarian options the Center provides in Africa and Asia.

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Read About Our Commitment to
LGBTQ+ Persons Here

We've always been global!

The Center for Health and Hope is a Global Ministries Advance Partner.

By giving through the Advance, 100% of your donation reaches your chosen mission project or ministry.

For details, click the link below.

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Contribute to Helping End HIV

Please consider the Center for Health and Hope in your charitable giving.

The Center for Health and Hope is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization. Your gifts directly benefit those affected and infected by HIV and AIDS.

The mission of the Center for Health and Hope is to support and advocate for persons infected and affected by HIV and AIDS around the world with programs of education, prevention, care and treatment.  As a faith-based organization operating for more than ten years, the Center was incorporated formally January 21, 2006 as a tax exempt 501(c)3.

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