There are almost as many different ways to make a donation as there are needs to be met.
Alone, one person can accomplish only so much; but together, the sky is the limit. Whether it be an in-kind gift, a financial gift or a planned gift—all are vehicles by which you can support CCRI in achieving our mission and commitment to people with disabilities.
Put Your Dollars to Work
$25 pays for one individual to participate in the Red River Valley Adaptive Softball League. $50 pays for one month of a gym membership. $225 sends one individual to Camp HERO. $275 Sponsors a team in the Red River Valley Adaptive Softball League. $552 is wages paid out for initial orientation. $750 helps with transportation cost to Joy Ranch. $1,976 covers the cost of therapy (with interpreter) for one year of two-time-a-month meetings.
Cash Gifts are our most popular donation and are an easy way to support CCRI. They can easily be made on-line through the Impact Foundation Giveback website. Your gift will be secure and sent directly to CCRI.
Memorial & Honorary Gifts
Memorial & Honorary Gifts are a wonderful way to remember a loved one or honor someone’s birthday, anniversary or other special occasion with a special gift.
Donor Advised Fund
Donor Advised Fund is like a charitable savings account: a donor contributes to the fund as frequently as they like and then recommends grants to their favorite charity when they are ready. It allows donors to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax benefit and then recommend grants from the fund over time.
Matching Gifts are grants an employer makes to match its employees’ charitable contributions. Employee matching gifts often are dollar-for-dollar, but some companies will give double or even triple the original donation. Some companies may also give matching gifts for employees’ volunteer efforts.
CCRI has a wide variety of needs for various types of equipment and personal property to assist us in providing services.
Giving stock, instead of cash, as a donation can greatly benefit both you and CCRI. If the stock has increased in value from the time of purchase, you can avoid paying the capital gains tax by donating the security to CCRI.
We encourage farmers to consider gifts of commodities to CCRI. Donors get greater tax savings than if they sell the commodity.
There are many ways you can support CCRI’s future through planned giving. Philanthropic support from gifts of stocks, trusts, and estates will support CCRI in generations to come. Together with staff from The Impact Foundation, CCRI can provide services to help you plan and optimize your gift.
Please consider including a gift to CCRI in your will or living trust. A charitable bequest costs you nothing to make today because you retain full control of your assets during life. This allows you to make a significant contribution to the people supported by CCRI.
You can donate your property outright, place it in a trust, or give it through your will. All of these methods will enable you to enjoy personal financial benefits while supporting our mission in a meaningful way.
We consider it a joyful choice to support the ongoing mission of CCRI. The clients inspire with authenticity and a smile. The CCRI team inspire with caring and commitment. With a grateful heart, we are pleased to help keep CCRI moving forward. —Steve and Sharon Miller
Jonathon was a state champion swimmer deciding the steps he would take after high school when a terrible car accident changed his life. The trauma from the accident left Jonathon in a coma and unable to breathe on his own. The experts predicted that he would remain in a vegetative state. His family struggled to find a place for Jonathon to live that would provide the support and encouragement for the recovery they knew was possible. That struggle led them to CCRI. CCRI shared Jonathon's family's belief that Jonathon would once again live a satisfying and fulfilling life. Today, because of the support from his CCRI team and Jonathon's amazing spirit, he is proving the experts wrong and is able to walk, eat and dress independently. He is working, active in the community and is happy. We are privileged to serve such an amazing young man.