Colorado Senior Lobby - CSL
An all volunteer organization serving seniors in Colorado
"The ultimate folly is to think that something crucial to your welfare is being taken care of for you." - Robert Brault, American Operatic Tenor
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Colorado Senior Lobby
Our Senior Day at The Capitol on April 1, 2015
made the front page of the Denver Post!
Thank you Denver Post for valuing Seniors!
We had a great time - Now we need your help!
Now on to business!
Are you a senior, boomer, adult child, professional serving seniors?
Pay attention ...
House Bill 1100 (Sales Tax Revenue to Older Coloradans Cash Fund), by Reps. Steve Lebsock and Kit Roupe’ and Sens. Larry Crowder and Jessie Ulibarri, is a bipartisan measure to increase the amount credited to the Older Coloradans Cash Fund by $4 million. The Older Coloradans Cash Fund provides for Meals—On—Wheels, Transportation and other key programs helping people stay in their homes. Funding is currently in the Long Bill which is subject to possible reduction every year.
Tell all members of Appropriations this bill is important, and must be passed as currently drafted. HB 1100 will be heard in the house appropriations committee on Friday, April 10, 2015. Colorado Senior Lobby is hearing that HB 1100 will either be cut in half or killed.
What is Colorado Senior Lobby?
Colorado Senior Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, all volunteer organization, that speaks with a unified voice for all Coloradoans, particularly those who are 60 years of age and older. The Lobby focuses on issues and promotes beneficial legislation, while remaining strictly non-partisan and not supporting any specific political party or candidate.
It is a place where your voice can be heard without fear of any political backlash or standing. CSL encourages Colorado’s General Assembly, the U.S. Congress and state and federal government administrators to enact responsible legislation and establish effective regulations and administrative guidelines that positively affect the quality of life of all Colorado older citizens - READ MORE
Interested in Joining Colorado Senior Lobby?
If you are interested in joining Colorado Senior Lobby - consider these options:
Individual membership is $30 a year
Family membership is $40 which allows up to two family members to be listed as member with voting rights.
An organizational membership is $75 which allows up to three individuals from the organization to be listed as members with voting rights.
We also have Sponsorship Opportunities for Businesses and Organizations
Members receive the monthly newsletter with updates on bills, state regulations, or administrative actions and articles that may be of importance to older adults. You may contact Colorado Senior Lobby at 720-353-3775 or use our convenient contact form to send us an email - CLICK HERE
Non-Partisan "Senior Lobby" Training from Colorado Senior Lobby
On December 9, 2013 Colorado Senior Lobby (CSL) hosted a Non-Partisan "Senior Lobby" training and orientation program. CSL members and non-members were welcome. This training class involved how to communicate with legislators and their staff. The program reviewed the procedures for testifying at a committee hearing in the State of Colorado. One of the services provided by Colorado Senior Lobby is to assist any Colorado resident who wants to testify, including accompanying them to the hearing room. - Learn More about Colorado Senior Lobby - CLICK HERE
April 2015 Highlights March Newsletter - CLICK HERE
View 2015 CSL Bill Watch Sheet
- CLICK HERE Find more events CSL Newsletters Page
- CLICK HERE
Colorado Senior Lobby Legislative Committee starts meeting weekly on Mondays in April!
March 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2015 Meeting Location: Volunteers of America
Address: 2660 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205
The Colorado Senior Lobby Legislature Committee meets twice a month during the summer and fall from 9:30AM to 11:30AM at Volunteers of America. Call in number is 530-881-1200 - code 638013#. CSL focuses on issues and
promotes beneficial legislation, while remaining strictly non-partisan
and not supporting any specific political party or candidate. Parking: The Volunteers of America (VOA) building is at Larimer and 27th Street. There is street parking and parking in the VOA parking lot accessed off of 27th just east of the building. Colorado Senior Lobby has a YouTube Channel! We worked with ColoradoQR to produce videos of our Senior Day at The Capitol event and our videos are posted on our YouTube Channel - CLICK HERE
Educational Article about Citizen Lobbyist Read Article from 9News Denver about how to be an effective citizen lobbyist in Colorado.
- CLICK HERE Visit eNewsletter Archive - CLICK HERE
Remote Phone Contact for Meetings
The Colorado Senior Lobby provides remote phone contact for any interested parties. CLICK HERE
Contact a Colorado Senior Lobby Officer CLICK HERE
Colorado Senior Lobby
The Colorado Senior Lobby has a need for volunteers and members at large to assist with our various activities - LEARN MORE
Visit our YouTube Channel to view Videos of Senior Day at the Capitol - Click Here
Have questions about the Colorado Senior Lobby website?
Would you like to trade links?
Are you a business considering joining?
Visit the CSL Sponsors Page to learn more about other business members - CLICK HERE
Call Colorado Senior Lobby Board Member, Karin Hall at Seniors Resource Guide at 303-794-0799 for more information.
Colorado Senior Lobby - CSL Colorado Senior Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, all volunteer organization,
that speaks with a unified voice for all Coloradoans, particularly those who are 60 years of age and older.
Colorado Senior Lobby, PO Box 102662, Denver, CO 80250-2662