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How You Can Help

 

Your gift allows us to provide effective programs and services that keep young people on the path to higher education – and to offer scholarship support once they get there.

Give Online

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Our 4-Star Rating

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Other Ways to Give

Write a check. An easy way to donate is to mail a check to The College Crusade of Rhode Island, 134 Thurbers Avenue, Providence, RI 02905.

Give through United Way. UWRI Logo 2013 v2We can receive United Way gifts if you designate The College Crusade of Rhode Island during your workplace campaign pledge. We can also accept gifts made through the United Way’s Philanthropy Fund.

Donate stocks or other assets. This can be a tax-savvy way to donate to The College Crusade. Consult your tax advisor, and contact our Development Office for details on making an easy stock transfer.

Leave a legacy. Name The College Crusade in your estate plans. There are many benefits to making a planned gift to The College Crusade, and many ways to do it. Click here to learn about our two endowment funds available through the Rhode Island Foundation.

 

Donor Privacy and Donor Rights

The College Crusade protects the privacy of our supporters and will not trade, share or sell donor contact information with others, nor send donor mailings on behalf of another organization. Your donation is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by the law. The College Crusade also adheres to the Donor Bill of Rights, developed by the Association of Fund Raising Professionals and others.

For more information, please contact Bob Oberg, Vice President of Development and Communications, at 401-854-5500 ext 124.

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