Ways to Give

Your Gift Matters

You have many options when choosing to give back to your community and we are grateful for your interest in Pathways. Your support helps us provide hospice, palliative care and grief and loss services for our communities in both Larimer and Weld Counties and no one is ever turned away for financial limitations. This support includes our inpatient care center, our pediatric hospice and palliative care programs, unique services to Veterans and much more. If you have any questions regarding stewardship of your gift, please contact Nate Lamkin for more information.

Unrestricted giving allows Pathways to use these funds to be sensitive to our patients’ and families’ needs in the moment. 


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

Opportunities to give in many ways and for many causes.

Pediatric Hospice & Palliative Care:

Pathways is raising funds for a major expansion of their Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care Program. Death at any age brings sorrow to loved ones left behind, and every end-of-life journey is unique and precious. It is not our place to rank losses in order of difficulty. That said, few would dispute that there is nothing more devastating than the death of a child. Support for this program will pay for extensive pediatric training for Pathways’ clinical staff, outreach to the Children’s Hospital and Pediatric practices, expanded grief and loss offerings, and pediatric medical equipment and supplies. It will also help pay for child-friendly furnishings that can be placed in a room at our Care Center where we admit a child for inpatient care. With your help, no family bracing itself for “the worst loss” will go without Pathways’ care and support, and our staff will have the competence and confidence they need to excel in this demanding work.  

If you are interested in giving to this needed community service, please contact Nate Lamkin at nate.lamkin@pathways-care.org.

Children's Healing Garden:

The Children’s Healing Garden is complete! This community garden offers interactive therapeutic opportunities for children to navigate the grieving process through healthy, nature-based methods. We are hard at work creating programs for the garden. If you would like to donate to the Children’s Healing Garden for projected maintenance, please contact Nate Lamkin at nate.lamkin@pathways-care.org.

Memorial Donations & Grateful Hearts:

Memorial Donations:

Memorial donations are a lasting way to give in honor of your loved ones. There are many personalized tributes to choose from including the following that are available to personalize these tributes:

  • An engraved brick on the pathways at the Sculpture Garden
  • An engraved leaf at the Pathways Care Center
  • An engraving on the plaque in our Veterans Garden
Click here for more information on memorial donations. 

Grateful Hearts:

Our Grateful Hearts program is a way for a family to acknowledge the special work of our Pathways Team. A family member often calls to tell us of the special care their loved ones and family received and they would like to acknowledge them. The employee(s) receive a special Grateful Heart pin and the family shares their story with our staff. It is extremely powerful and meaningful to the team as well as the entire staff.

Click here for more information on Grateful Hearts. 

For additional questions on these opportunities, please contact Nate Lamkin at 970-663-3500 or nate.lamkin@pathways-care.org.

Please send any completed forms and/or donations to:

Pathways – Att: Development-Memorials
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 rewards to you and your family. Whether you’re thinking about a bequest, charitable gift annuity, or setting up a trust, we can help you make just the right choice.

Planned giving options include:

  • Bequest: Give to Pathways through your will without affecting your cash flow during your lifetime.
  • Charitable Gift Annuity: Receive a fixed payout and significant tax benefits during your lifetime and the lifetime of your spouse.
  • Charitable Lead Trust: Discover an innovative way to pass appreciating assets on to family members while making gifts in the interim for a term of years.
  • Charitable Remainder Trust: Make a large gift and receive a payout for a term of years, or for life, to create a source of income for your retirement.
  • Life Insurance: You can name Pathways as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or donate a policy that is no longer needed and receive income tax savings.
  • Retirement Plan Assets: You can name Pathways as a beneficiary of your retirement plan simply by filling out a beneficiary designation form with your plan administrator.

To learn more about planned giving, please contact Nate Lamkin at 970-663-3500.

Sponsorships, Third Party Fundraisers & Volunteering:

Pathways is a partner with a few annual fundraising events. Sponsorship and ticket purchases for these events are always available. Please see our event calendar to see what events are coming soon. We are always open to more partnerships with those who would like to host a fundraiser to benefit Pathways as well. If you would like to contact us for sponsorship or a third party fundraisers, please contact Nate Lamkin at nate.lamkin@pathways-care.org.

Our robust volunteer program provides a way to give back in a non-monetary way, see the Volunteer page for more information on what is available to you. 

Capital Campaign

Pathways is in the advanced planning stages to build a homelike Inpatient Care Center on their three-acre campus a few miles west of I-25 on 392. The Care Center will be centrally located in Fort Collins allowing for easy access from both Larimer and Weld county communities. 

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

The Pathway Inpatient Care Center will provide the highest level of care in a tranquil, beautiful space intentionally built for this purpose. It will evoke 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. 

Seal of Transparency

Pathways has earned the Gold Seal of Transparency from GuideStar in 2019. 

seal of transparency

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.

2019 Annual Report