Ways to Give

Support Our Mission

Your support of Pathways means that we are able to fulfill our mission to honor every moment of life by providing compassionate, excellent, comprehensive care for those who have an advanced medical condition and those who are grieving.

Thanks to you, hospice, palliative care and grief and loss services are available for people in Larimer and Weld counties and no one is ever turned away for financial limitations. These services include our inpatient care center, our pediatric hospice and palliative care programs, unique services to Veterans, excellence in dementia care, and much more. 

Unrestricted giving allows Pathways to use these funds for the highest priorities of our patients, families and community. 

Your gift helps families through life’s toughest moments… with medical, social, emotional, and spiritual support from Pathways.

Thank you for supporting Pathways’ mission. Your gift is greatly appreciated.

Memorial Donations & Tribute Opportunities

Memorial Donations

Memorial gifts are a way to honor loved ones who have touched your life. To make a memorial gift, click here. If you are mailing a memorial gift, please include the name of the individual and any family to be notified of the gift.

Tribute Opportunities

Tribute Opportunities are lasting ways to give in honor of your loved one. Pathways offers three personalized tributes to choose from: 

  • An engraved brick on the pathways at our Carpenter Road campus. Locations include the Sculpture Garden and Children’s Healing Garden.
  • An engraved leaf at the Pathways Care Center.
  • An engraving on the plaque in our Veterans Garden.

Grateful Hearts

The Grateful Hearts program is a way for loved ones to acknowledge the special work of our Pathways Team. If you would like to recognize the special care your loved one and family received, this is a wonderful way to recognize the staff.

The employee(s) recognized receive a special Grateful Heart pin and you have the opportunity to share your story with our staff. Grateful Hearts donations are extremely meaningful for the team.

Attn: Development Department
305 Carpenter Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525

Planned Giving

A planned gift or bequest gives long-term support to Pathways and can bring a variety of financial benefits to your and your family. Whether you are thinking about a bequest, charitable gift annuity, or setting up a trust, we can guide you in the choice.

Planned giving options include:

  • Your will or living trust:
    • You can give a specific dollar amount or piece of personal or real property to Pathways upon your death.
    • You can designate a specific percentage of your overall estate, which allows you to increase your gift as your assets increase without revising your will.
    • You can make a residual gift after other bequests are distributed, or
    • You can name Pathways as a contingent beneficiary for any of the above, in the event your primary beneficiary does not survive you.
  • Life Insurance policies: your can name Pathways as your primary or secondary beneficiary on all or a portion of your life insurance policies.
  • Retirement Plans: If you have a retirement plan through your employer, or an IRA, 401K or 403B plan, you can name Pathways as a primary or secondary beneficiary to receive all or a portion of the proceeds from the plan.
  • Charitable Gift Annuities or Charitable Remainder Trusts: More sophisticated estate-planning tools, such as charitable gift annuities or charitable remainder trusts, also can be used to help Pathways. These life-income gifts provide an annual annuity to you for all or a portion of the remainder of your life in exchange for a principal amount of your choosing.

To learn more about planned giving, please contact the Development Office at 970.663.3500 or giving@pathways-care.org

Capital Campaign

Pathways Inpatient Care Center is completed to reflect a homelike setting on their three-acre campus a few miles west of I-25 on 392. The Care Center is centrally located in Fort Collins allowing for easy access from both Larimer and Weld county communities. 

This 12-bed, stand-alone facility is designed and built to allow us to take care of many patients and families, and the Pathways Inpatient Care Center is so much more than the hospital-based units the community has come to know. 

The Pathway Inpatient Care Center provides the highest level of care in a tranquil, beautiful space intentionally built for this purpose. Evoking images of an intimate Colorado mountain lodge where the outdoors and the indoors come together seamlessly with natural light, stone facades, water elements, and lush Rocky Mountain landscaping. 

Sponsorships & Third Party Fundraisers​

Thank you so much to everyone who attended the 2022 A Vintage Affair! From Wilbur’s Total Beverage to attendees and sponsors, you all made this a wonderful night to remember.

The 2023 event will be held on September 10th.

Please check  back for more details. https://pathways-care.org/ava/

Pathways is grateful to partner with Wilbur’s Total Beverage to host A Vintage Affair. In 2021 A Vintage Affair will take place on Sunday, September 12 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Gardens on Spring Creek in Fort Collins. For more information, please contact Nate Lamkin at 970-292-1078 or Nate.Lamkin@pathways-care.org.

Donate by Mail

Checks can be sent to:
305 Carpenter Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525

For more information and support please contact the Pathways Development Department


Pathways will never share or sell donor information to the community or public at large. All donor information is kept confidential between the development department and the donor. By signing up for our email newsletter list, you agree that you allow us to send information to you in regard to upcoming events or programs offered by Pathways. These email addresses and preferences are also confidential.

2021 Annual Report