Life Changing & Life Saving Initiatives
Fueled by The MCEDSV Endowment Fund
Make a crucial difference in MCEDSV's ability to create and sustain a legacy of social change in Michigan:
Your Contributions to the Fund will allow us to launch and sustain action initiatives that ensure the voices of survivors and advocates are heard at state and national levels. This, in turn, strengthens the ability of local domestic and sexual violence programs in your community to provide survivors with quality support services and an effective community response.
MCEDSV receives funding from federal and state grants, foundations, corporate donations, and individual donations – none of which are guaranteed year to year. The regular, predictable, growing and protected income source provided by an endowment fund will allow for the consistent long-range support and planning necessary to fulfill our mission.
Contribute to the MCEDSV Endowment Fund
3898 Okemos Rd, Suite B2
Okemos, MI 48864
For information on the tax implications of your donation, please contact the Capital Region Community Foundation 517.272.2870, or your financial advisor.
More Information on the MCEDSV Endowment
What is an Endowment?
Endowments are funds permanently donated to a non-profit agency or foundation. Income earned each year may be used to support the agency's daily operations and programs. Most endowments are gifts made to institutions by individuals, with the requirement that the principal – the amount of the original gift – never be spent.
As economic conditions fluctuate, permanent savings allow MCEDSV to continue essential programs, and protect the agency by reducing dependence on grants and non-guaranteed funding sources.
Ways to Help Build our Endowment Fund:
- A direct donation to the MCEDSV Endowment Fund at The Capital Region Community Foundation
- Remember MCEDSV in estate planning
- List MCEDSV Endowment Fund as a beneficiary on your life insurance policy
- Contribute long-term appreciated stock or securities
- Name MCEDSV Endowment Fund as the beneficiary of the remainder of your retirement assets after your lifetime