Charity of the Month

Bellco's Charity of the Month program features different charities that play a vital role in our Bellco community. Bellco believes it is important to support these organizations and is proud to offer our members the opportunity to participate in these worthy causes.

American Heart Association

In February, Bellco will collect donations for the American Heart Association, the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Your donations help the organization fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide critical tools and information to save and improve lives. 

Join American Heart Association, Bellco, and Macy's for the Go Red for Women Brunch & Fashion Show on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 10am at the Wellshire Event Center in Denver. Learn how you can take charge of your heart health while being inspired by the stories of our Macy's Go Red models who have been personally affected by heart disease. Bellco will donate $5 (up to a maximum of $500) to the American Heart Association for everyone who attends. Please RSVP to Stephanie Snyder at 303-801-4667 or

Give Online or By Phone

Log in to Online Banking, and click the Transfers link in the left navigation. Under Make a Donation, choose the account you wish the funds to be withdrawn from and then choose American Heart Association located in the TO drop-down, then enter the amount you wish to donate and click Submit.

To make a donation over the phone, contact Member Services at 303-689-7800. They can assist you by transferring funds from one of your Bellco accounts into the American Heart Association account.

Not a Bellco member?

You can still make a donation to American Heart Association by directly visiting their site here.

Contributions may be tax-deductible. Consult a tax professional regarding the tax deductibility of your donation. You are welcome to either print a copy of the confirmation page or make a copy of your next statement for your tax records.