Frequently Asked Questions
Why has the Denver Consistory Created a Building Endowment Fund?
We established the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund to help secure resources (The Building) that will allow us to continue to make an even greater impact Scottish Rite Masonry in Denver, Colorado. The Denver Consistory is committed to leading the future of Scottish Rite Masonry by supporting programs and initiatives that enhance the Member experience, drive participation by all Masons, young and seasoned Masons from all walks of life, provide critical time efficient resources and develop the next generations of leaders who will change the face of Denver Consistory Masonry.
Making a tax-deductible donation to the Scottish Rite Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, ensures that every dollar donated to the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund will be directed to maintain the Building which provides for our programs in the four key impact areas above essential to helping Denver Consistory Masonry thrive for generations to come.
Are Donations Tax-Deductible?
Yes, the Scottish Rite Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund is a non-profit charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Monetary donations to the Building Endowment Fund are tax-deductible as long as no goods or services are provided in exchange for tax-deductible contributions.
What is the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund federal tax ID number?
SRMC 20-2514839 is our Federal Tax ID number (also known as an EIN, Employer Identification Number).
How can I make a donation?
The Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund will accept check or credit card donations via online, mail or by telephone.
To donate online: www.DenverConsistoryBuildingEndowmentFund.org
To donate via mail:
Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund
1370 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203-2347
To donate by phone:
Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes. All donations are acknowledged. Online transactions receive an email acknowledgment shortly after the transaction is complete. Donations made by phone or through the mail will receive an acknowledgment in the mail. Please be sure to keep the acknowledgment as your receipt.
It’s easy to celebrate the milestones of a friend or loved one by making a donation to the Denver Consistory Endowment Fund in their honor or memory.
Contact Cathy Anderson:
How do I make a donation in honor of memory of someone?
Generally speaking, during your lifetime you can make an outright gift of cash, securities or other property. Through your will or with a distribution from a retirement plan or life insurance policy, your gift can be designated to the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund.
What assets can I use to make a gift to the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund?
To assist you and your financial adviser in structuring planned gift contributions, we suggest reviewing IRS Form 8283 and Form 8282. If you plan to add the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund as a beneficiary, please contact us.
Any questions regarding Plan Giving, please contact, Cathy Anderson:
I would like to include the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund in my will. What tax forms do I need to make a planned gift?
Can I make monthly, automatic donations to the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund?
Do you have a CORPORATE matching-gift program?
No, but many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company is eligible, the impact of your gift to the Denver Consistory Building Endowment Fund may be doubled or possibly tripled! Contact your employer’s human resources department for more information.
For all other donations or questions:
(303) 861-4261 or contact email@example.com.