You can raise money through your workplace in a variety of ways to benefit The Valerie Fund.
Matching gift Many employers will match your charitable donation, often dollar for dollar! Ask your benefits department if your gift qualifies. Make your donation now
Corporate Events Organize a golf outing, host a party or arrange another special event through work and raise funds for our cause. Contact Bunny Flanders by emailing email@example.com or call at: 973-761-0422
Corporate Partnerships We offer a variety of levels of sponsorships at many of our fundraising events. Contact Bunny Flanders by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call at: 973-761-0422
You can make a lasting impact on our children and their families in a number of ways through planned giving. Contact The Valerie Fund by emailing email@example.com or call at: 973-761-0422
Charitable Gifts from your IRA - Did you know you can donate directly from your IRA? Qualifying gifts can be made without counting the transfers as income. Call us and we will be happy to walk you through the process.
Estate Planning – Making The Valerie Fund a beneficiary in your will or trust is a thoughtful and enduring way to invest in the future of our mission. Consult with your attorney and consider adding the simple provision or amendment language necessary to make that bequest.
Through our Kids Helping Kids program, you can throw a party or organize your own fundraiser to benefit the Valerie Fund through your school, club or place of worship. Anything from a toy drive or a bake sale to a fashion show or ice cream social can raise funds to help our kids. Find fun fundraising ideas
For special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, graduations or anniversaries, consider making your party one with an additional purpose. In lieu of gifts, ask your guests to make a donation to the Valerie Fund and let them know just what an impact that gift has on our children.
“The Valerie Fund helps distract me from the “pokes” and tests with funny cartoons on TV or games played on an iPad. They let me make some decisions of my own like choosing my own Band Aid character. ”