C.R.S. Section 40-1.1-102

As used in this article, unless the context otherwise requires:


“Charitable organization” means any charitable unit primarily supported by private donation and not for profit, including but not limited to churches, civic groups, clubs, scout troops, or the American red cross.


“Nonprofit” as applied to people service transportation or volunteer transportation means motor vehicle transportation provided for purposes other than for pecuniary gain, whether or not compensation is paid in connection with such transportation.


“People service agency” means any people service unit primarily supported by public funds and not for profit, such as clinics, day care centers, job programs, congregate meal centers, senior citizen programs, and other government funded bodies.


“People service organization” means a people service agency or a charitable organization.


“People service transportation” means motor vehicle transportation provided on a nonprofit basis by a people service organization generally for the purpose of transporting clients or program beneficiaries in connection with people service programs sponsored by the organization, or by another people service organization. The motor vehicle may be owned, leased, borrowed, or contracted for use by the people service organization.


“Volunteer transportation” means motor vehicle transportation provided on a nonprofit basis by an individual, company, firm, partnership, agency, or corporation under the direction, sponsorship, or supervision of a people service organization. The volunteers may receive an allowance to defray the expected cost of operating the vehicle but may not receive compensation for their time.

Source: Section 40-1.1-102 — Definitions, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-40.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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