Donations and Partnering
As a financial supporter of the Highland Rivers Foundation, you’re changing lives. With your Highland Rivers Foundation donation, you’re an integral partner in supporting mental health, substance use recovery and intellectual and developmental disabilities programs and services. Donations help cover the cost of unreimbursed services, purchase needed equipment, fund capital and facility improvement projects, and provide supplies that fill the gaps in public assistance.
If you choose, you can earmark support for the unique needs of certain populations or programs within your own county. Your gift stays in the community, and every gift — no matter the size — can change someone’s life.
A monetary gift supporting Highland Rivers Foundation is the easiest way to give, and your gift is tax-deductible. After contributing, you will receive an acknowledgment letter for your tax records. If your employer has a matching gift program, you can enhance your contribution this way.
You can celebrate an accomplishment, mark a milestone, or pay tribute to someone’s life through a donation. We will send an acknowledgement card to whom you have honored (without the gift amount unless otherwise specified) and a letter to you confirming your gift for tax purposes.
If you would like to offer long-term support for Highland Rivers Foundation through a will bequest, trust, charitable gift annuity, life insurance policy, stock or retirement account, we can work with you or your financial advisors to develop a donation plan that benefits you and the Highland Rivers Foundation.
Community Fundraisers and Events
Raising money for the Highland Rivers Foundation to honor a loved one or friend is a great way to raise awareness and involve your friends, family and community. Websites such as GoFundMe.com provide safe and secure internet fundraising tools for you and your friends and family. Special events – such as golf or bowling tournaments, 5K runs or walks – provide a great way to involve your community in supporting the work of the Highland Rivers Foundation.