Balance Your Carbon. Impact Your Community.
Carbon Cut Colorado balances your carbon impact by providing energy-efficiency upgrades to income-qualified families. The work is powered by your donation and each upgrade reduces the amount of carbon released into the atmosphere.
Our communities and our environment are healthier with each donation you make.
Choose a category to balance your carbon and cut your impact.
Why Balance Your carbon
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Your carbon balance means a decrease in the overall carbon footprint of our state. We use your donation to provide free energy-efficiency upgrades to income-qualified families. When homes operate more efficiently, we can all breathe easier.
How it works
Complete your donation. Your donation will be used to provide energy efficiency upgrades for income-qualified candidates.
Stay balanced! The more you balance, the more work can be done to cut carbon in Colorado.
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You can choose to balance your carbon impact through miles traveled by car, a flight, your utility bill or a custom package. Select your option to begin.
Reducing carbon and helping our neighbors since 1979.
Carbon Cut Colorado is a program of Energy Resource Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit with offices in Loveland, Denver, Colorado Springs, and Alamosa. We serve 26,134 square miles across 27 counties. Since 1979, we’ve helped thousands of Colorado families keep their homes safe, warm and energy efficient. Each donation is used to fund programs that help low-income families receive the energy upgrades they need, free of charge. These upgrades reduce the carbon released into the atmosphere from each home, and reduce the demand on power plants. Every year, we prevent about 3.4 million pounds of carbon from entering the atmosphere through home energy upgrades.
In addition to carbon reduction, we annually save our clients approximately $300,000 in utility costs, allowing them to afford other life essentials such as food and medication. These energy efficiency improvements also protect families from risks associated with Colorado winters, such as exposure to dangerously low temperatures or carbon monoxide poisoning. ERC’s work positions at the intersection of environmentalism, human services, affordable housing, environmental justice, climate resiliency and home safety. Find more details about our services here.