Please send gifts in the form of checks to the following address:
PO Box 17408
Denver, CO 80217
More Ways to Give
Will and Trust
By leaving a bequest for FOCUS in your will or living trust (or with a codicil), you’ll keep the renewal in students’ faith going for years and years.
Donating appreciated securities, including stocks or bonds, is easy and tax-effective. Please contact Donor Communications at 303-962-5750 to complete a stock gift. Click here to submit your stock gift information.
Donate appreciated real estate — such as a home, vacation property, undeveloped land, farmland, ranch or commercial property.
You can potentially save on taxes by donating part or all of your unused retirement assets, such as a gift from your IRA, 401(k), 403(b), pension or other tax-deferred plan.
If you have a life insurance policy that has outlasted its original purpose, consider using it to bring the Faith to more young people.
See the good work young Catholics are doing in the Church, and get inspired for your everyday mission too.
For gifts set up through the FOCUS website or on a missionary fund page, you may log in to your profile to make changes to your donations at www.focus.org/myfocus. If you have never logged in, use the email associated with your gift to reset your password. For questions, please contact us.
Please do not send credit card numbers or bank information through email.
You can also email us to cancel your current donation so that you may renew your donation through the website instead.
FOCUS sends mailings both from our national work and also from our individual missionaries. If you would prefer that we not contact you through mail, phone or email, please click here and fill out the form. If you do not want to receive mailings from a missionary either, please include this information.
The user’s confidential information shall be treated as strictly confidential by FOCUS and shall not be disclosed by FOCUS to any third party except to those third parties operating under non-disclosure provisions and who have justified business “need to know.”