WAYS TO GIVE
Gifts Come in Many Ways and Sizes
Donors to the Achievement Centers for Children play a vitally important role in shaping the futures of the children with disabilities and families we serve. Through our donors' generosity, programs and facilities are maintained and developed. This support also ensures that the Achievement Centers can provide many of its services to children and their families regardless of ability to pay.
The Achievement Centers for Children is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization (Tax ID Number/EIN 34-0714766). All cash donations to the Achievement Centers’ programs are fully tax-deductible.
There are many easy ways you can make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities and their families.More than 82% of all monies donated go directly to the services we provide to children and their families. According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, this classifies us as an "A" rated charity. In addition, Achievement Centers for Children is a highly rated charity by Charity Navigator, America's largest and most utilized independent evaluator of charities.
- Make a cash donation
- Make a gift of stocks, appreciated securities or bonds
- Honor someone
- Sponsor or attend an event
- Facilitate a matching gift
- Donate supplies, services or time
- Planned Gifts and the Oak Tree Society
The Achievement Centers for Children is grateful for the financial support contributed by our many community donors. All information gathered, presented and provided by the Achievement Centers' Development Department is used solely for fundraising purposes to benefit the Achievement Centers for Children. Donor information is considered confidential and is treated as such. The Achievement Centers for Children does not sell, rent or trade donor lists. We value our donors and adhere to the Association of Fundraising Professionals' Donor Bill of Rights. If at any time you choose not to receive communications from us, you may contact the Development Department and your name will be removed form our mailing list.
Contribute to the Achievement Centers for Children’s future by planning for a special kind of gift. Although cash contributions are always appreciated, there are other creative and flexible options that can benefit you and children with disabilities and their families. You can help ensure the Achievement Centers’ future by creating a trust while you are living or by including the agency in your will.
Click here to learn about deferred or planned gifts, including bequests, life-income plans, and other options for your estate — and for information about increasing your income, earning valuable income-tax deductions, and reducing your estate taxes.
Donors who contribute through a planned gift or make a provision for the Achievement Centers for Children in their estate plans are eligible to join The Oak Tree Society.