Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative
We Are Delighted to Announce:
It's Official! CEOLC is Now a 501(c)6 Nonprofit Organization!
The CEOLC received its tax exemption status from the IRS! We are now officially a 501(c)6 nonprofit membership organization, technically falling into the category of “business league.” To clarify we are not a charitable organization, but we are exempt from federal taxes. All membership fees are tax deductible as a business expense for the member. As a volunteer board of directors, we welcome donations to assist with operating expenses for the nonprofit, but donations are not tax-deductible as a charitable donation.
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for the End of Life
Collaborative Spotlight - Virtual Roundtables
The Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative has a great group of members, both doulas and affiliates, who bring a wealth of information, knowledge and experience. That got us to thinking…how can we share this knowledge with the community?
Collaborative Spotlight - Virtual Care and Support
The year 2020 taught us that we must learn to adapt how we provide care and support as end-of-life doulas. Like many other professions, we find ourselves adapting to providing our clients with virtual services via telephone and video calls.
Collaborative Spotlight - 501(c)6 Non-Profit Status
CEOLC Announces 501(c)6 Non-profit Tax Exemption Status – The CEOLC received its tax exemption status from the IRS! We are now officially a 501(c)6 non-profit membership organization, technically falling into the category of “business league.”
Collaborative Spotlight - CEOLC Launches New Website
This new website is the product of a dream to unify a community of professional end-of-life (EOL) doulas who work to empower & support one another, rather than compete with each other. We are always stronger together! Not only does this dream bring EOL doulas together, it includes many local affiliate businesses & organizations, our community & the end-of-life industry. This new model of collaboration instead of competition has the potential to change the way we collectively think & feel about death & dying—the way we live our lives to die well when that time comes.