Workplace giving

Workplace giving is a simple and effective way for employees to support the Alzheimer's Association mission. Your gift helps fund vital research, programs and services. No matter how small your contribution, your dollars add up to make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.

Learn more about your options through:

Combined Federal Campaign
Federal employees can donate to the Alzheimer’s Association through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Designate your contribution to the Alzheimer’s Association, CFC ID # 0502.

Corporate Giving Campaigns
Support the Alzheimer’s Association through your company’s annual corporate giving campaign. It is a convenient way to give your contribution through regular payroll deductions.

United Way
If your workplace participates in United Way campaign, you can designate your pledge to the Alzheimer’s Association through United Way’s Donor Choice Program. Simply follow the instructions on your pledge card, or write in our name and address.

 

Planned giving

Planning giving: Bequests and charitable gift annuities
Bequests and charitable gift annuities (CGAs) are two popular types of planned gifts that can provide for you and your family and also make a lasting contribution to the Alzheimer's Association.

Note: The Alzheimer's Association strongly encourages donors to work with their attorneys and financial professionals to determine which type of planned gift may be most suitable for their individual situation. Chapter staff will be pleased to answer any questions you or your advisor may have.

Bequests - naming the Alzheimer's Association in your will
The following language can be taken to your professional counsel:

"I [name] of [city, state, ZIP] give, devise and bequeath to the STAR Chapter of the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association (Alzheimer's Association) TIN36-3102348 [insert written amount of gift, percentage of estate or residuary of the estate or description of property] for its unrestricted use and purpose."

Charitable Gift Annuities
The Alzheimer's Association offers charitable gift annuities, which are simple contracts between a donor and a charity (such as the Alzheimer's Association), to pay the donor a fixed amount, usually quarterly, for the rest of his or her life, in exchange for an initial gift of $5,000 or more.

Gift annuities are easy to establish and offer a tax deduction at the time of the initial gift. In addition, a portion of the lifetime payments made to the annuitant may be tax-free. Gift annuities may be established for one or two annuitants and may be funded with cash or appreciated stock.

 

Donate your vehicle

Call us when you or a family member no longer needs your car!

Donating a car to the Alzheimer’s Association and Seguin Services means...

  • You receive a tax deduction for your Gift-in-Kind Donation
  • Someone can buy your car at an affordable price from Seguin Service’s licensed used car dealership
  • 85% of car sale proceeds come to the Alzheimer’s Association – STAR Chapter for programs, services, 24-hour information and support for people with Alzheimer’s disease, family members and caregivers
  • 15% of car sale proceeds helps Seguin Services support children and adults with disabilities

Donate your vehicle to the Alzheimer's Association, STAR Chapter.
Select the Alzheimer's Association - STAR Chapter for your donation.

 

Gifts of stock

When you donate appreciated stock to the Alzheimer's Association - STAR Chapter, you can receive significant potential tax benefits. Gifts of stock may be transferred electronically to the STAR chapter securely and conveniently. First, please contact the Chapter at 1.800.272.3900 so we can inform our broker that a transfer will be made. Then, contact your broker to inform them that you would like to make a gift of stock to the Alzheimer's Association-STAR Chapter. Your broker will need the following information: Broker; Account Name; Account Number and DTC Number

*check back soon for more ways you can help your fellow Texans and their families who are battling Alzheimer's.

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