ways to support zcenter
It takes a special kind of courage to support ZCenter, but the difference you will make in so many lives will be endlessly rewarding.
Please find the strength to make a one time or recurring monetary donation to help provide life-changing client services in English and Spanish. All direct client services are free of charge to survivors and we look to you to continue this critical work.
Please select one of the pre-filled amounts or type a custom amount in the blank field.
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
ANNUAL GIVING SOCIETY
Contribute an annual recurring donation of over $1,000 to become a member of our Annual Giving Society (previously known as sponsoring our children’s program through the Aunts and Uncles Club).
MAJOR GIFTS & ENDOWMENTS
Make a large impact on sexual assault and abuse support services with a donation of $10,000 or more.
Attend one of our three annual events: Fall Taste of the Town Gala (October), Race to Zero 5K (April), and/or Annual Community Luncheon (June).
PLANNED GIFTS & PLEDGES
Leave a legacy of hope and healing by leaving a bequest, preparing for the future, and/or including ZCenter in your estate planning.
EMPLOYER MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM
Increase the impact of your generous gift by applying to your employer’s Matching Gift Program (some companies match up to three times your gift!).
STOCKS & INVESTMENTS
Please contact ZCenter for specific instructions.
REGISTER WITH AMAZON SMILE
Register with Amazon Smile to benefit ZCenter.
For donation questions, please reach out to Anna Lehner, Development Manager, at email@example.com or (847) 244-1187.
For in-kind item donations, please call our office at (847) 244-1187.
*We only accept new items.
Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center is a not-for-profit organization under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). All donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
PARTNERS & DONORS
With Many Thanks
Built on the courage of survivors, staff, volunteers and donors, we have been serving the community as a non-profit center against sexual assault and abuse since 1983.