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Contact us at email@example.com or 720-777-7499
Q: Where do I send a check donation?
Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation
Attn: Courage Classic
PO Box 5003
Denver, CO 80217-5003
Offline donation form
Q: What is a Fundraiser Honor Roll?
A section on a participant's fundraising page listing donations made on their behalf. The online donation form gives donors the option to choose whether or not they would like their name and/or the donation amount displayed.
Q. How do I know if my donation was processed?
You will see a confirmation page showing your Transaction Summary and you will receive a confirmation email.
Q: Is my donation tax deductible?
Yes. Donations to support Courage Classic riders are tax deductible. However, rider registrations are not eligible for tax-deductible receipts since goods and services are being received in return (food, aid stations, full tour support, t-shirt, rider expo, and much more).
Q: Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes. Eligible donors will receive a receipt for tax purposes. If you would like a receipt re-issued, please contact Amy Webb.
Q: How do I enter a donor's credit card information for them?
Make sure you are logged out, then click on “Donate” from the Courage Classic homepage. Search for your name and then fill out the donation form with their billing address, email address, and credit card information.
Q: Federal Tax ID #?
Q: Is there a donation requirement in addition to the registration fee?
Yes. Your fundraising minimum is in addition to your registration fee. Adult riders (16 and older) are required to raise $300 in donations and child riders are required to raise $125. All riders must meet the minimum donation requirement before, or at, tour check-in.
Q: I have a child riding with me, do I need to register them?
Yes. In order to calculate support needs, food quantity, and safety on route, we require riders of all ages to register.
Q: I am only riding for one day. Is there a separate registration option for me?
No. All Courage Classic riders are required to register for the entire event. Riders can choose to ride as many or as few days as they would like, but we do require registration for both days.
Q: Do I have to watch the safety video?
Yes. All riders are required to watch our safety video and agree to keep our event safe. We are proud to host a non-competitive tour where riders of all levels and ages are welcome. By following the safe riding practices highlighted in our video, we can look forward to many more years of riding for the children and families we serve! We will post the video online and email you when it's available for you to watch.
Q: Will I get a tax deductible receipt for my registration?
No. Riders who register for this event are not eligible for tax deductions because they are receiving goods and services in return (food, aid stations, full tour support, t-shirt, rider expo, and much more). If you make a donation, you will receive a tax-deductible receipt, since no goods/services are given in return.
Q: Are registration fees refundable?
No. Courage Classic registration fees are non-refundable. Even if you do not ride, you are welcome to pick up your rider goods at the tour or have them mailed to you for a small shipping fee. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-777-7499 with questions. If you do not ride, you are not responsible for collecting donations. If you have already collected donations, please mail them to:
Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation
Attn: Courage Classic
PO Box 5003
Denver, CO 80217-5003
Q: How do I change or reset my password?
Log in to My Account and click on the "My Profile" box. Click the link to "Change/Reset Password." If you have forgotten your password, you can request it on the My Account login page.
Q: How do I edit my Personal Page?
On the Participant Center homepage, click “Edit Personal Page” in the right-hand column. Or, click "Personal Page" in the Participant Center navigation bar.
Q: Why is my Personal Page content the same as last year?
Our new website remembers any edits you saved on your Personal Page from last year’s event. If you’d like to switch to this year’s suggested content, you can download it for your page. Simply save the image and copy and paste the content. Feel free to enhance it with your own personal touches!
Q: How can I set up and use my Personal Page URL? (aka friendly URL)
FRIENDLY URL TUTORIAL
A Personal Page URL is a link that is shorter and customizable. Most fundraisers use their first and last name as their URL link (Ex: http://support.childrenscoloradofoundation.org/goto/HannahB). We recommend you create a friendly URL for your Personal Page for easy sharing via email or social media. You can create a friendly URL by clicking "Edit Personal Page" in the right-hand column of your Participant Center. From there, click on "URL Settings" next to "Personal Page URL."
Q: How do I change my email address for Courage Classic updates?
Log in to My Account and click on the "My Profile" box. Click the link to "Edit Your Profile." If you have forgotten your password, you can request it on the My Account login page.
Q: How do I add a photo to my Personal Page?
Click “Edit Personal Page” in the right-hand column of the Participant Center homepage. Click “Photos/Videos” in the right-hand column of the page. Your picture cannot be more than 4,000 KB.
Q: Why won’t my picture upload?
Check the size of your picture. Your picture cannot be more than 4,000 KB.
Q: How can I add more than one photo to my Personal Page?
Currently, participants can only upload one photo. However, you can get creative with your photos and "stitch" them together into a collage using the free photo editing website PicMonkey.com.
Q: How do I add video to my Personal Page?
Click “Edit Personal Page” in the right-hand column of the Participant Center homepage. Click “Photos/Videos” in the right-hand column of the page. To import a YouTube video, click "share" under the video and copy and paste the URL.
Q. I clicked “Preview” after editing my Personal Page, why can’t I see the preview?
The Personal Page preview opens in a new browser tab - click on the tab that is blinking.
Q: How do I change a response on the registration form? I would like to select a new route/update my cell phone number/change my t-shirt size.
From the Participant Center homepage, click “Update Question Responses” on the right-hand side of the page.
Q: What is the difference between milestone badges and lifetime badges?
Milestone badges recognize current-year fundraising milestones and appear on your page as soon as you raise a certain amount of money. Lifetime badges recognize fundraisers who have cumulatively raised $2,000 - $50,000+ prior to this year's tour. Lifetime badges appear on your Personal Page in April. Learn more about badges.
Q: How can I change my fundraising goal?
Your fundraising goal is displayed under your Fundraising Progress bar on the Participant Center homepage. Click "change" next to "My Goal."
Q: How do I view my personal donation list?
Click “Progress” in the Participant Center navigation bar. Your “Donation History" is located at the bottom of the page.
Q. In the Email Center under “Set Recipients” how do I choose the recipients that my message will go to?
If you imported your contacts from an email provider such as Gmail, random contacts may be selected under your “available contacts” and the “recipient list.” In order to resolve this issue, click the box to the left of “name” to clear all selections. You can then individually re-select contacts you would like to include in the recipient list. EMAIL CENTER TUTORIAL
Q: How do I know emails have been successfully sent?
Scroll to the bottom of the Participant Center homepage. Sent emails can be found under "Recent Activity."
Q: How do I join a team or change teams?
If you have already registered as an individual and would like to join a team you can do so from the Participant Center. From the home page, click “Change Team Membership” on the right-hand side.
Q: How many people are required to be on a team?
Teams can be comprised of as few as two members and there is no maximum limit. If you are a team captain that recruits at least three team members, and collectively raises at least $3,500, you (the team captain only) will earn a free registration for next year's tour!
Q: How much is a team required to raise?
Teams do not have a required fundraising total, but each member of the team must raise their individual minimum amount - $300 per adult, $125 per child. Each individual team member will be held accountable for these minimums. If you would like to transfer a donation to a different rider, we are happy to do that. Please contact Amy Webb.
Q: How do I edit my Team Page and team name?
If you are the captain, click on “Team Page” in the Participant Center navigation. To edit your team name, click “Edit” under “Team Name” on the right-hand side of the page.
Q: How do I edit my team goal?
Click “Progress” in the Participant Center navigation, then click "Team" on the right-hand side of the page. Click "change" located next to "Team goal."
Q: How do I email team members?
From the Participant Center homepage, click "Email Team" on the right-hand side of the page.
Q: How do I view my team roster?
From the Participant Center homepage, click "View Team Roster" on the right-hand side of the page.
Q: How do I merge my team with another team?
We would be happy to assist you. Please contact us at email@example.com
Q: Is there a family ride?
There is a family route option on Saturday and Sunday. Please note that this route, while family friendly, still requires registration by each participant. All riders have the option to ride this shorter mileage route. View all route options.
Q: Can I pull a trailer on the Courage Classic route? Can I ride a recumbent bike?
Yes. But, keep in mind that you'll be joining 2,000 riders on the course for two days, so maneuvering the bike paths may be tricky. Also, if you should need Sag Support, you might end up waiting longer. We don't have capacity for trailers and recumbent bikes in full Sag Wagons, so we'd have to send an empty vehicle back for you.
Q: What services will be available on course?
- Aid stations will be on course approximately every 8-15 miles. These will be stocked with beverages, snacks, restrooms, medical and mechanical aid.
- Sag Wagons (definition ~ large vans with bike racks that pick up riders who need a support vehicle) will be on route each day in case you need a lift up the hill, to the next aid station, or to the daily finish.
- And last but certainly not least, our amazing volunteers will be along the course to cheer you on, point you in the right direction and help make your ride an enjoyable and memorable one.
Q: Will I have to check out before I ride on Sunday? What will I do with my bags?
The standard policy for late checkout at Copper is that guest will need to wait until 5:30 p.m. the night before checkout to call the front desk and request late checkout. If that unit is not reserved for the next night, they can give a 12 p.m. checkout for free, 1 p.m. checkout for $20, and 2 p.m. checkout for $40. Garage access is permitted to guests until 2 p.m. day of checkout. Luggage storage is available at lodging checkin building. However, it may be easier to leave luggage in your car rather than drive and drop off bags at the front desk, then drive back to park.
Q: Can I park my camper/trailer in the campground?
No. But, RV parking is permissible in the Alpine Lot located to the east of East Village. Spaces are available on a “first come, first serve” basis. Please make note of this when you are planning your weekend. Please also note that water hook-ups are not available.
Q: Can I rent a bike if I'm visiting from out of town?
The following bike shops and bike shop partners offer rental/demo options: