Support Our Operations
Make a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation
Additional Ways to Help
There are a number of ways to support Ceca Foundation
Other Funding Options
National Expansion Initiative
Ceca Foundation seeks to raise $15 million in charitable donations to cover our Ceca Awards program in perpetuity. A donation of $100,000 finances 25 Ceca Awards in perpetuity, while $1 million finances 250 awards in perpetuity. Money raised through this campaign is aimed to finance the direct cash awards to caregivers, and our modest Network Membership Fee covers most operating costs. For more information, please contact Michele Shapiro or Matthew Lawlor.
A sponsorship with Ceca Foundation is a unique, high-profile opportunity. It not only aligns your organization with Ceca’s values of philanthropy, caregiving best practices, and empathetic caregiving, but it also provides unparalleled brand exposure. Ceca offers two opportunities for sponsorship through marketing or affiliated sponsorship models. Learn more.
Honor a Loved One with Directed Giving
A monetary donation to Ceca Foundation helps in more ways than we can detail. Consider funding a year’s worth of Awards at a select healthcare facility of your choice. This is a great way to give back to a healthcare community where you, a family member or a friend had a life-changing experience thanks to the exceptional care given. For more information on funding a new Ceca Healthcare Partner in your area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donor Advised Fund, Stock or Securities
Please consider a gift from your financial institution’s Donor Advised Fund and help maximize your support for Ceca’s efforts. For more information on this option, please email email@example.com.
If you are interested in making a gift of stock or securities in support of our mission, a direct transfer of stock or securities to Ceca Foundation’s brokerage account allows you to make a donation of appreciated stock held for at least one year, without liquidating your holdings and paying capital gains tax. Please note that it is the taxpayer’s responsibility to comply with IRS guidelines and requirements in making such donations and receiving such deductions.