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Since 1989, Assistive Technology Partners has been helping break barriers and change lives. Your gift will help persons with cognitive, sensory, and/or physical disabilities to reach their highest potential at home, school, work, and play through the addition of appropriate assistive technologies to their lives.

Through your unrestricted donation we can better help infants and toddlers, children, adults, and seniors actively participate in their communities through access to innovative programs, clinical services, and pertinent technologies.

The following video briefly describes Assistive Technology Partner's mission, how ATP helps people who need assistance, and what endeavors ATP is involved in.

Your tax-deductible gift of hope and independence will improve the lives of countless individuals and their families, and increase engagement and interaction in meaningful ways. Thank you for your goodwill and generosity!

Ways to Give:

The University of Colorado is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. Your contributions are tax-deductible. You will receive an annual statement of contributions for your records.

Be sure to check if your company matches employee contributions -- you could double your gift!

Contact

If you would like to explore how you can help to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through your personal philanthropy, please contact Cathy Bodine, Executive Director.

 

Three Donation Fund Options:

Assistive Technology Partners Fund (Fund #0221881)

The fund supports day-to-day operations of Assistive Technology Partners and other immediate needs.

Assistive Technology Endowment (Fund #0254148)

The endowment supports the future of Assistive Technology Partners and your gift will be added to the principal of this fund to ensure professorships, department chairs, etc.

Anja Kintsch Memorial Equipment Fund (Fund #0222291)

The fund supports our Assistive Technology Device Loan Bank equipment purchases for children with disabilities birth to 21.