Your generosity changes lives! Nearly half of those turning to NCC for help have no insurance or financial resources. By making a tax-deductible donation, you can provide mental health care to those who are struggling most. For example:
Become a Faithful Friend
Help carry the mission forward all year long by becoming a Faithful Friend! Give any amount automatically each month from your checking account or credit card. Email Erin Peters at email@example.com to get started.
Leave a Lasting Legacy
By including NCC in your estate plans, you can ensure all who need mental health care can get it, regardless of faith or finances. There are many ways to leave a legacy, including putting NCC in your will, making the Center a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or an IRA, or creating a charitable lead trust. We’d love to welcome you to our Legacy Circle!
Once you have made a decision about a planned gift, you can send a short Declaration of Support to NCC. This allows us to properly thank you for your generosity and enroll you in our Legacy Circle.
For more information about planned giving, email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 503-253-0964.
Some employers offer easy giving through payroll deduction. Some will even match your donation, up to doubling your gift. Ask your company’s human resources office, personnel department or community relations office if they have workplace giving and matching gift programs in place.
As a nonprofit, there are many items and services we could use. All donations help us spend more of our money to the low-income clients who need counseling.
• Two new mac minis
• A whiz at WordPress? We need help on more complex webpage design and keeping security up-to-date. Email Erin Peters at email@example.com.
Office Space Remodel
• NCC is considering a major remodel of our office space. We are in the exploration stage, so if you or someone you know might be interested in donating time, expertise or materials, please email Erin Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of the areas of potential need are design (architecture, space planning, decor), construction, and furnishings.