Peace Corps Partnership Grants
RPCVs of Colorado donate all proceeds from the sale of the RPCVs of Madison, Wisconsin annual calendar as well as our branded RPCVCO merchandise to current Peace Corps Partnership projects. If you are a currently serving Peace Corps Volunteer and are interested in applying for a grant, please email us at grants (at) rpcvcolorado.org for more information. If you are interested in donating money to a Peace Corps Partnership, please visit the Peace Corps website.
If you have been to any of our events over the past 25 years, you will have undoubtedly met Don Curtis and his wife, Gloria. Both served in the Peace Corps, Don in India and Gloria in Ethiopia. Don served on the board of RPCVCO for over 20 years, most recently in the capacity of Treasurer and Membership Coordinator. It is a result of this long-term dedication that our group still exists. To honor his long-term commitment to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Colorado, the board of directors is establishing The Don Curtis Giving Fund.
Don has been a long-time proponent of our granting program, which has supported countless Peace Corps Partnership projects, as well as other nonprofit organizations whose missions closely match those of the Peace Corps. These include Pedals for Progress, FINCA, and Project Smile.
Funds may be contributed by mail (RPCVs of Colorado PO Bo 18995 Denver, CO 80218) or online below. All donations are tax-deductible and you will be issued a receipt for tax purposes. Please indicate on your check that this money is specifically for The Don Curtis Giving Fund.
Thank you for your support and thanks to Don and Gloria Curtis for all that they have done for our group!
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