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A gift to Climb can be made online, by mail, or by electronic transfer from your financial institution or investment firm. Your gift can be made in a single payment, as a multi-year pledge, or on a monthly basis.
Your reliable support ensures that we can help Wyoming’s most vulnerable families. Every monthly gift provides sustainable funding and holds the promise of a brighter future for families bravely seeking a way out of poverty — and shows your personal commitment to their strength, tenacity, and courage.
Many businesses match the charitable donations their employees make to nonprofit organizations, allowing your gift to have double the impact. Please check with your human resources department to see if the company you work for has a matching program.
Tribute gifts are a meaningful way to recognize someone special in your life by making a gift in their name. An honor gift may recognize a person on a special occasion, such as a birthday, wedding, or holiday. A memorial gift pays tribute to the memory of someone who made an impact in your life. Your loved one can receive a special acknowledgement card that recognizes the honoree while the amount of your gift remains confidential.
Members of our Funding Futures Giving Society recognize the impact of a meaningful multi-year investment to provide a reliable funding source to ensure our long-term stability. These generous donors represent supporters from across Wyoming and the country who commit to a multi-year pledge of at least $1,000 per year.
In 2010, visionary donors established a permanent endowment to support Climb’s future. Gifts to the endowment become part of the principal or corpus, which remains intact, while the annual return on investment can be used for projects that support Climb’s mission. A gift to the endowment is a powerful way to impact Climb families for generations to come.
There are a variety of ways in which you can make a significant gift to Climb as you plan for your retirement years and for the future distribution of your estate.