Be A Hero For A Hero
5 Ways you can help the families of those who have saved lives.
Accept A Stay The Course Challenge
From knitting hats to running a marathon – whatever your passion is you can use it to help raise money. Start today by creating a personalized or team challenge that turns your talents, interests and goals into a powerful way to help others.
Make A Financial Contribution
Donations can be made online and employers may offer a matching gift. Make a planned donation by listing Red Circle Foundation as the beneficiary of a will. You can also create a Memorial or Honorarium by directing others to donate in memory or honor of a loved one.
Volunteer Your Time & Expertise.
Time is a valuable asset. Join others to help families and spread the word about Red Circle Foundation. We are always in need of volunteers for our Quick Reaction Force, to host fundraisers and that donate their professional expertise.
Corporate Giving & Partnership.
We welcome partners who are committed to the Special Operations community, believe in our vision and will make an investment to facilitate the important work we do.
Donate A Vehicle
We accept many types of vehicles as a tax-deductible donation. From cars, trucks, motorcycles, and RVs to boats, airplanes, heavy equipment and farm machinery.
The Many Ways To Contribute Financially
Make A Planned Financial Contribution
Wills And Trusts
Bequests are donations that are made through a Will or Living Trust. You can donate to Red Circle Foundation through your estate plan by naming Red Circle Foundation in your Will for a specific amount or a percentage share of your estate.
Another option is to name Red Circle Foundation as the beneficiary of your estate after the payment of bequests of others.
The process is very simple for most bequests. A legal professional should be consulted before drafting a will.
Life Insurance Plans
Red Circle Foundation can be named as a beneficiary of an existing or new life insurance plan. This is a low-cost option, and your premium payments may be tax deductible.
The Red Circle Foundation must be named as the owner and beneficiary of the insurance policy for it to be tax-deductible.
Please contact us with any questions.
Have Your Gift Matched
Many companies have programs called, “Matching Gifts”, which permits employees to donate to the charities of their choice, and match the employees’ contribution. Check with your employer today to see if there is a matching gift program for employees.
Normally, employees provide proof to their employer of their contribution, and the company contacts us requesting that we complete a matching gift form that they provide. Most companies will ask for the Federal Tax Identification of the charity. Red Circle Foundation’s Federal Taxpayer ID is #35-2450067.
Employer matching gifts may also be available to you if you are the spouse of an employee, a retied employee or the spouse/widow/widower.
Contact us for further details and to enroll your company in our matching program.
Create A Memorial Or Honorarium
Red Circle Foundation welcomes donations made in honor or in memory of a loved one. You can choose to support Red Circle Foundation in lieu of gifts on a special occasion such as a birthday, or have memorial donations given instead of flowers.
The first step is to announce your memorial or honorarium to others and direct them to where to give. This can be done privately or via FaceBook using the link below.
Memorial and Honorarium donations can be made on our Support Today page.