WAYS TO GIVE
When you give to Children’s Advocacy Center, you help make a lifelong impact in the life of an abused or neglected child. Your support allows our team of professionals to provide critical services to these vulnerable children and ensures we can continue to offer these services to every child that enters our doors.
GUARDIAN ANGEL SOCIETY
Guardian Angel Society
Did you know $1,000 can provide a year of services for a child victimized by abuse in your community? Guardian Angels are supporters who commit to a $5,000 pledge over five years to provide services to an abused child. By becoming a Guardian Angel, you become a partner with the Center. Pledges may be paid monthly, annually, or every five years.
In recognition of your commitment, and after your initial gift, your name will appear alongside other dedicated supporters on our Guardian Angel Society recognition wall inside the Center lobby. You also will receive personalized communications, exclusive access to volunteer opportunities, and regular invitations to special events including the annual Guardian Angel stewardship reception.
- One single payment of $5,000
- Annual installments of $1,000 five years
- Quarterly installment of $250 for five years
- Monthly installments of $83.33 for five years
Many employers and organizations sponsor matching gift programs where the company will match any charitable contribution(s) made by their employee with a designated amount. The benefit of a matching gift is that it can often double or triple your impact on the children served by Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County.
To find out if your company is eligible, contact your employer’s finance or human resources department. If a matching gift program is offered, submit a request to your employer that it be sent along with your gift. We will manage the rest! For questions related to matching fits, please contact Bobbie Pierri, Donor Services Manager at email@example.com.
CHAMPIONS FOR CHILDREN
Champions for Children commit to a reoccurring, automatic monthly donation in an amount of their choice. Click here to set up your monthly gift.
HONORARIUMS AND MEMORIALS
Honor a loved one with a gift to Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County. Celebrate birthdays or holidays by engaging friends and family to support the Center. Your loved one will receive a letter from the Center acknowledging that someone special has made a gift in their honor. Click here to make your gift.
Invest in the life of a child today and help secure a strong foundation for tomorrow.
The Lynore and Robbie Robinson Legacy of Hope Society represents the future of the Center. Membership in this esteemed group is open to those who have included the Center in their estate plans through a variety of planned gift options.
Whatever your estate planning objectives, our staff can share gift planning ideas to benefit your family and establish a lasting legacy. Please explore our giving options below for more detail.
Gifts of appreciated securities may offer more significant tax benefits than cash gifts. To have shares transferred to the Center, consult your broker/agent, security issuing agent or Center staff for instructions.
The Center considers contributions of various types of real estate, including undeveloped land, farms, commercial buildings, vacation homes, or residences. The tax benefits for capital gain properties may be more significant than cash gifts. Please consult with your tax advisor to learn more about donations of real estate or contact the Center for additional information.
Bequests offer a way to leave a legacy after your lifetime. You may also establish a trust or annuity which can provide income to you or a loved one while also benefiting the Center.
For information on planned giving options, contact:
Vice President of Development
* Disclaimer: The discussion herein is general in nature and may not apply to all individuals. Prospective donors are urged to consult their personal tax and financial advisors concerning the specific consequences of making gifts to the Center. These measures may also have an impact on your estate planning.
CACCC is a 501(c)(3) public charity. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.