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Join our effort to empower women in Guatemala.

Thank you for your interest in giving to Friendship Bridge. We offer a variety of giving options based on your charitable interests and life circumstances. Whichever option you choose, you can rest assured that your donation will be used effectively to help women in need and support them with increased resilience, improved empowerment, and accelerated business development.

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Explore Our Giving Options

Donate Crypto

Donating cryptocurrency is a non-taxable event, meaning you do not owe capital gains tax on the appreciated amount and can deduct it on your taxes. Learn more.

Annual Giving

By making a gift to Friendship Bridge each year, you ensure that the tools of empowerment will be available to women in Guatemala for generations. 

Monthly Giving – Cada Mes 

The Cada Mes Club donates on a monthly basis to reflect the monthly Trust Bank meetings our clients attend, where they make loan payments and participate in our Non-Formal Education sessions. The easiest way to sustain your impact is by making a recurring gift every month. Learn more.

SEED – Sustainers of Economic Empowerment and Development 

Join a group of dedicated individuals who contribute $1,000 or more annually for three consecutive years. SEED Members enjoy special benefits, like travel discounts and exclusive invitations to our events. Learn more.

Matching Gifts 

Many employers will match the charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please check with your Human Resources office. 

Planned Giving – Legacy Circle

For those taking the special step of including us in their long-term plans through an estate commitment, life-income gift, or another deferred giving arrangement. We will work with you to create a plan that ensures your impact will extend beyond your lifetime and celebrate the same generosity we share with our clients. Learn more.


Friendship Bridge is seeking investors for additional funding over the next three years to support the growth of the business for geographic expansion and additional products and services. For more information and/or for questions about investing, contact Amy Kuark, Treasurer, at akuark@friendshipbridge.org.

Additional Options:

Gifts of Stock and Mutual Funds

You benefit in two ways when you transfer appreciated stocks and securities: 1. You may avoid capital gains when you donate publicly traded stocks that have been held for more than one year, and 2. You may take the full fair market value of the gift as a charitable deduction on your taxes.

The easiest way to make this kind of gift to Friendship Bridge is to have your broker electronically transfer the stock from your account to ours:

  • Account with:  RBC Wealth Management
  • Broker:  Jackie Johnson, AWM Financial Advisor
  • Phone: 303-488-3618
  • Account Name: Friendship Bridge
  • Account Number: 303-14284-1-4
  • DTC # 0235
  • Federal Tax ID: 84-1141078

Once you have made a gift of stock, please notify Michelle Winzent at mwinzent@friendshipbridge.org. Please be sure to provide your name and address so we know how to thank you. 

King Soopers Community Rewards

The King Soopers Community Rewards program makes fundraising easy by allowing Colorado residents to donate to local organizations based on the shopping they do every day. Once you link your Shopper’s Card to Friendship Bridge, all you have to do is shop and swipe. Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to Friendship Bridge at no added cost to you. Search for ‘Friendship Bridge’ or our Organization Number: AW662.

Learn how to link your Shopper’s Card

Gifts from your IRA and Retirement Accounts
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) — If you have reached age 70 1/2, you may be able to use distributions from an IRA (including so-called “Required Minimum Distributions”) to make gifts directly from the IRA to charitable organizations and not have to pay any taxes on the amounts so distributed.  Ordinarily, income taxes are payable when you take a distribution from an IRA. With a QCD, instead of your paying income taxes, the charity gets the benefit of the entire amount.  In some ways, it’s as if you get a charitable deduction for the gift, but you don’t have to itemize deductions to take advantage of this way of giving.   Remember: this works only with an IRA (not other types of retirement plans), and the funds must go DIRECTLY from the IRA to the charity. Check with your IRA administrator or financial advisor for more details to see if it makes sense for you to make charitable gifts this way. Learn more.
Fund a Trust Bank via KIVA
Consider funding a Trust Bank via our partnership with Kiva. By lending as little as $25 on Kiva, anyone can help our clients start or grow a business. Just go to Kiva’s Friendship Bridge page to see which loans are outstanding. Any Trust Bank unfunded by the deadline will not receive the funds at this point. So hurry before time runs out.
Tribute and Memorial Gifts
Support Friendship Bridge as you celebrate a loved one. From our donate page, simply let us know who you wish to honor and how you would like the notification to be accomplished. Your recipient will be notified by a beautiful gift card sent via email or standard mail.


Need more information or have questions? Please contact us at +1 303-674-0717, or email us at info@friendshipbridge.org. We are committed to respecting your privacy. Please find our full Donor Privacy Policy here.