We are no longer operating in Colorado, or we are no longer required by law to register. How do we withdraw?
To withdraw your organization, file any final documents, and then fill out the withdrawal form (PDF).
Mail the form to:
Colorado Secretary of State
1700 Broadway, Ste. 200
Denver, CO 80290
Forms can also be faxed to 303-869-4871, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do you mean by "Fiscal year-end of last approved filing?"
This refers to the end of the reporting period listed on the most recent registration, amendment, or renewal document approved by our office. You can confirm this in the organization’s history on our website.
When can a charitable organization file a withdrawal?
A charitable organization can withdraw its registration after it files a final registration and financial report for the most recent fiscal year that it was subject to the Colorado Charitable Solicitations Act (“CCSA”), unless it is a newly-formed charitable organization.
A newly-formed charitable organization can withdraw its registration unconditionally if it registered by mistake.
When can a paid solicitor file a withdrawal?
A paid solicitor can withdraw its registration after the paid solicitor files a registration renewal for the most recent fiscal year that it was subject to the CCSA, a solicitation campaign financial report for every solicitation campaign for which the paid solicitor has filed a solicitation notice, and solicitation notice for every solicitation campaign conducted by the paid solicitor in Colorado.
When can a professional fundraising consultant file a withdrawal?
A professional fundraising consultant can withdraw its registration after the professional fundraising consultant files a registration renewal for the most recent fiscal year in which it was subject to the CCSA.
I have more questions.
See the first page of the withdrawal form (PDF) for more information. You can also contact us at email@example.com or 303-894-2200.