Other Ways To Give
Combined Federal Campaign
Over the years, gifts to the Memorial through CFC have built and maintained this extraordinary facility. We need your help now more than ever. Please designate the Women’s Memorial (#11350) as one of your charities during this year’s CFC fund-raising drive.
Circle of 500
The “Circle of 500” has been established as an exclusive nucleus of 500 individuals and/or organizations who are coming together at a critical time to financially help the Women’s Memorial Foundation. Membership is exclusive in that it is limited to the first 500 individuals and/or organizations that each contributes a minimum of $1,000 to the “Circle of 500.” These custodians of the Memorial’s future will be known as “Circle of 500 Guardians.” Read more about the “Circle of 500” and how to join this exclusive group of Foundation guardians.
America’s fallen servicewomen are being honored all over the United States through an innovative program called the Love Offering. Initiated by the National Association of State Women Veteran Coordinators (NASWVC) in 2005, the Love Offering program has become a yearly event for the NASWVC; and several veterans and community groups throughout the country have adopted it. During a Love Offering, participants make a donation in a special envelope that bears the rank, Offering, participants make a donation in a special envelope that bears the rank, name and service of one of America’s fallen servicewomen. Donations are forwarded to the Women’s Memorial Foundation where they are recorded in each woman’s Memorial record. All you need to get started is some plain, white envelopes and the desire to honor our fallen sisters. For a listing of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom casualties, visit our Tribute to Our Fallen Sisters or contact Public Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-533-1155 or 800-222-2294.
Please consider making a year-end gift to the Women’s Memorial Foundation. After assessing your tax situation and getting the advice of your CPA or attorney about the impact of your gift on your income tax return and estate, we hope you’ll select the Women’s Memorial Foundation as a year-end gift recipient. Your gift will make a huge difference in keeping the Women’s Memorial a viable center for learning about women’s service to the nation for generations to come. Besides a monetary gift, you may want to give a gift of securities or a “life income” gift. For more information, contact Ann Marie Sharratt at 703-533-1155 or 800-222-2294 or by e-mailing email@example.com.
Here is a fun, exciting and easy way to help us earn money while shopping online. When you visit www.IGive.com/womensmemorial, become a member and mark the Women’s Memorial as your cause, the retailers on the site will donate up to 26% of each of your purchases to the Memorial. IGive.com sends us $2.00 for every new member and even more money as you browse and click around their site. So take advantage of this opportunity to shop ‘til you drop while earning money for the Women’s Memorial, enroll today.