Donate To The Center For American Values

We are a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is based on our founders identifying the need for a national initiative to recognize and preserve the values upon which this great country was founded. Your donation will directly impact the Center’s educational and charitable programs.

Your financial support helps underwrite our educational programs. Contributions of any amount are appreciated.   Click below to make an online contribution now!



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Other Ways to Give


Gifts by Check

If you would like to make a gift by check, please follow these guidelines

Make the check payable to: “The Center for American Values”
Mail to:
The Center for American Values
101 South Main Street, Suite 100
Pueblo, CO 81003


The lasting impact of bequests—both large and small can help shape The Center for American Values today. A charitable bequest is the easiest and best way to make a gift to the Center. By means of your will or other estate plan, you can name The Center for American Values as the beneficiary of a portion of your estate, or of a particular assets in your estate.

There are many reasons to make a bequest. A bequest allows you to honor a loved one, while providing critical support of our organization.

Giving by bequest costs nothing now, yet it may give you a great deal of satisfaction to know that your future gift will live on.

Gifts of IRAs/Retirement Plan Assets

You can designate The Center for American Values as a beneficiary of part or all the remainder of your IRA or retirement plan.

Distributions from retirement plans at the death of the survivor of the account-holder can be subject to both income and estate taxes. In a large estate, these taxes can leave less than 30 cents on the dollar of the plan’s balance for your children or other heirs.

By naming The Center for American Values as the beneficiary of the remainder of your retirement plan, 100 percent of the plan’s balance is available for the Center’s use, since the distribution avoids both income and estate taxes.

To Make This Gift:
You must notify your plan’s administrator.
A “change of beneficiary” form will be required.
Sample Beneficiary Designation Language for a Spouse and The Center for American Values:
The beneficiary is my spouse as long as he/she survives me. The beneficiary of any amount(s) remaining in the plan after the death of my spouse, or of the entire amount in the plan upon my death if my spouse does not survive me, or of any portion thereof that my spouse may disclaim, is The Center for American Values, for its general charitable purposes or for the benefit of (name of affiliate).

Gifts during your lifetime

You can give your home, vacation home, farm, ranch, condominium, or land to The Center for American Values with the provision that we may sell it and use the proceeds to benefit the development of the Center. Gifts of appreciated real estate or securities allow you to avoid capital gains taxes. It is important to transfer the stock or real estate to the Center prior to selling it. You will be responsible for setting an appraised value on the gift for tax purposes.

Any gift over $5000 must be independently appraised.