Give A Gift
Through Planned Giving, you can leave behind a legacy that will allow CSH to continue our mission. Examples of planned gifts include:
- Estate gifts
- Real estate
- Life insurance
Gifts can be made during the donor’s lifetime, or upon death, and qualify for a charitable tax deduction. We recommend you review your options with your financial or tax adviser.
Giving a gift in honor of a loved one, or to mark a special occasion, is the perfect way to celebrate their life. Memorial gifts are tax-deductible donations, and a great opportunity to help those in need in the name of your loved one.
In-Kind donations are equally important as cash donations. You or your employer may have products such as computers, office supplies, equipment, or special services that we can utilize or that will benefit the lives of the people we serve.
Donations of eyeglasses, cell phones, hearing aids, ink cartridges, or chargers can be dropped off at the CSH donation bin located right inside of the front door.
You can easily double or triple your contribution to CSH by Matching Your Gift! Companies often donate to nonprofits on their own, but you can make sure that a portion of your donations go to a charity that you are passionate about.
For your employer to match your gift, we recommend consulting with the business or human resources department to fill out a Matching Gift Form along with your contributions.
Giving to CSH
- Your contributions ensure that patients receive
comprehensive care from our specialized experts
- You enhance the quality of life for the people in your community.
- You help those with vision or hearing loss live an
- You help us launch new programs & services that
provide individualized solutions for our patients and clients..
- Your contributions qualify for a tax deduction.
- Giving someone the chance to continue reading using an
electronic magnifier or specialized reading glasses.
- Helping a child hear their loved one’s voices for the first time.
- Providing someone the training to receive a Leader Dog.
- Furnishing someone with vision aids to help them drive.
- Helping a person with vision loss regain their confidence.
- Granting someone technology to enjoy things they love.
- Providing an environment where those with hearing or
vision loss feel safe.