Accountability

Frequently Asked Questions
The Colorado Healing Fund (CHF) is a non-profit established in the Colorado Attorney General’s Office as a secure way for the public to give directly to victims of mass casualty crime in our state. Oversight of CHF comes from a volunteer Board of Directors.

Who does CHF Help?

Q: Who is eligible for assistance from the Colorado Healing Fund (CHF)?

Q: Does the Colorado Healing Fund provide assistance to Coloradans who are injured or killed in mass tragedies that happen outside of Colorado?

Q: Does the Colorado Healing Fund provide assistance to victims of natural disasters?

Q: Do victims need to be Colorado residents to receive assistance from the Colorado Healing Fund?

How does CHF Help?

Q: What kind of assistance is provided by the Colorado Healing Fund?

Q: Does the Colorado Healing Fund only issue money to victims for certain needs?

Q: Does the Colorado Healing Fund ever issue payments directly to victims?

Q: How does the Colorado Healing Fund differ from other organizations that provide help to victims?

How can I give?

Q: Does the Colorado Healing Fund accept donations year round, and if so, how and what can be donated?

Q: Where does my money go when I donate to the Colorado Healing Fund?

Q: Are donations to the Colorado Healing Fund tax deductible?

Q: Can I designate my donation for a specific victim or family?

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