As the voice for quality early care and education in Colorado for 15 years, our programs train and support professionals, our data and research inform policy and practice, and our leadership in the field sets us apart.
To help support our programs, please consider a recurring or one-time donation.
If you prefer to mail in a contribution, please send your gift to Qualistar Colorado, 3607 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Denver, CO 80205.
Qualistar Colorado’s programs are eligible for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit, which allows donors to claim an income tax credit of 50 percent of their total contribution.
Thank you for supporting us.
Other ways to support Qualistar
Does your place of work participate in the Colorado Combined Campaign? If so, you can designate Qualistar as a beneficiary.
Our Agency Code is 4111.
Donate Your Unwanted Vehicle
Vehicles for Charities will arrange to pick up your vehicle for free and provide you with a statement of your income tax deduction. They accept cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, campers and more.
Did you know that you can help Qualistar in our efforts to improve the quality of early ccare and education just by shopping through Goodshop? For every purchase you make, up to 20 percent of what you spend will be automatically donated to us, at no cost to you!
Goodshop also offers Pottery Barn Kids coupons, Zazzle deals, and savings to LivingSocial, so you can enjoy great deals while supporting us.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support us every time you shop. You will use your existing Amazon.com account, but you must first start at https://smile.amazon.com/from a web browser on your computer or phone. You will see the option to select Qualistar Colorado as your chosen charitable organization. When you shop, you will find the exact same low prices, but with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the purchase price to us to support our mission and work.
Why Quality Matters
of brain development occurs before a child's first day of kindergarten
A child's vocabulary at
can predict third grade reading level, a strong indicator of lifelong success
Employee absenteeism due to unreliable child care costs U.S. businesses