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Cookstoves, Air Pollution, and Health

 

To Make a Tax Deductible Gift to the Nicaragua Cookstove Project and Honduras Cookstove Project: A Nicaraguan mother and children


Donate with a credit card using a secure website:

  1. Go to the donation page:
    https://advancing.colostate.edu/cvmbs/erhs/give
  2. Under the heading Gift Information - locate the Nicaragua Cook Stove Project
  3. Enter your donation amount in the field next to the Nicaragua Cook Stove Project
  4. You can choose to make a one-time donation or a monthly donation by selecting the appropriate option under Payment Plan
  5. Enter your name and contact information under the heading - My Information (Required fields are in red text)
  6. The headings - Double Your Impact and Dedicate Your Gift - are optional
  7. In the Questions and Comments box please indicate if you are donating to the Nicaragua Project or the Honduras Project
  8. You will receive an e-mail receipt sent to the e-mail address you entered under My Information. A printed receipt option is available under the heading Electronic Receipt
  9. When you are ready to enter your credit card information click on the link - 'Continue to Payment' under the heading Payment Method


Donate with a check mailed to the Colorardo State University Foundation

  1. Go to the donation page: https://advancing.colostate.edu/cvmbs/erhs/give
  2. Follow steps 1-6 above
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the link - 'Print and Mail'
  4. Mail the form with your check made payable to - Colorado State University - to:

    Colorado State University Foundation
    PO Box 1870
    Fort Collins CO 80522-1870

    Please write "Peel/ERHS Nicaragua Cookstove Project" or "Peel/ERHS Honduras Cookstove Project" in the memo line.

    Thank you for your support !   For more information, contact Dr. Jennifer Peel, (970) 491-6391.