Make a monetary donation. Be sure to check with your employer whether they provide matching funds to qualified nonprofit organizations. The Jamie Beck Family Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization (Tax ID# 47-5236198) and your contributions are tax deductible, so please submit your matching gift requests if your employer participates in such a program.
Donate your skills through your donation of pro bono time in support of the Foundation. We are always looking for volunteers who can serve on event committees or who can utilize their professional expertise in HR, technology, strategic planning, marketing, finance—the sky is the limit. What talent would you like to share with The Jamie Beck Family Foundation?
Talk to your kids over dinner about giving back. Can your family hold a neighborhood yard or bake sale with proceeds to the Foundation? Would your kids donate part of their allowance to a charitable fund? Even a small act of kindness can make a difference in someone else’s life, so let us hear your ideas on how your family can support The Jamie Beck Family Foundation.
Check out our Ways to Give page, which sets out other options for long-term giving, such as bequests by will, insurance contract proceeds, real estate transfers, and other asset-based giving. Your support—in every way—is crucial to the importance of supporting patients, their families, and public awareness of brain aneurysms.
Contact us at email@example.com with your ideas on how you can become involved through a group in which you are already active. Are you a ToughMudder participant? Are you a biker who enjoys poker runs? Are you a runner who runs for a cause? We would love to hear your suggestions on how your activities or existing organizations can help support the Foundation.
Give a certain amount every month, pledge to volunteer every month, or launch a payroll giving program to continue to give back. These are just a few ways that you can get involved in The Jamie Beck Family Foundation next year!
This November 28th, join the #GivingTuesday movement and give. Whether it’s your time, a donation, a gift or your voice in your community, you can make a direct impact on urgently needed assistance to brain aneurysm patients and their families.