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No matter how you give, you can rest assured that your generous donation will go to good use. Whether you give once, set up a recurring donation, or contribute to our disaster relief fund,
you are making a difference in your community. Explore our donation options below or reach out for more information.
Disaster Relief Fund: When disaster strikes, recovery doesn’t happen overnight.
Whether it's a natural or man-made disaster, no matter how big or small, United Way is there for the long haul to help pick up the pieces and get things back on track. 100% of your donation
via this form will go to disaster relief support programs to give a helping hand to those who are impacted most.
Ways to Give
Via Check: Send your donation to United Way of Porter County, 951 Eastport Centre Dr, Valparaiso, IN 46383
Stock: Contact Dawn Thostesen, Chief Financial Officer, at 219-464-3583, ext. 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legacy Gift to the Endowment Fund: Contact Kim Olesker, President & CEO, at 219.464.3583, ext. 101 or email@example.com.
Leadership Giving: The Leadership Giving Program includes individual annual gifts of $500 or more. Depending on the level of giving, donors may qualify for membership in
the National Tocqueville Society or Feather Membership. For more information, contact Kasandra Tenbarge, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 219-464-3583, ext. 103.
Planned Giving: With a planned gift to United Way of Porter County, you can sustain your caring beyond your lifetime. If you would like more information about the benefits of
planned giving, we recommend that you consult your professional financial advisor and/or attorney. United Way of Porter County will work with you and your advisor to ensure that your gift
maximizes its potential not just for the community, but also for you and your family.
Contact Kim Olesker for more information at 219.464.3583, ext. 101.
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