Give Brighter Futures
Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware has a statewide impact and creates opportunities for a brighter future for the youth in our communities. Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware believes your investment in us requires a clear return in the form of the future success of our kids and an economic return to our community. A recent study by an external research firm found that for every dollar invested in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, there is a $13.91 return to Delaware. Your investment in our youths’ Club experience motivates, nurtures, and prepares kids for success.
kids served across Delaware
of every dollar raised goes directly to services and programs for kids
free nutritious meals are served to hungry kids every year
7 Ways to Give
Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware keep kids safe by providing a positive environment where they can learn, play, and grow. Donate today to help get more kids on the road to a greater future!
Endowed gifts are held in perpetuity. A named endowment is created through the establishment of a permanent fund that is professionally invested and managed. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware invests the initial gift and spends only a portion of the average annual investment return. The remaining income is added to the principal. A benefactor who makes an endowment gift today may be confident that it will continue to support its intended purpose in the future.
You can establish an endowed fund by making an outright gift, through a pledge payable over a number of years, or through a planned gift.
For more information on endowed giving, please contact Sharon Biddle, CFRE, Executive Director, Major and Planned Gifts, at (302) 658-1870 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many people find it attractive to support the Clubs through a gift of stock. When you contribute an appreciated security that you have owned for more than one year to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware, you will receive a charitable income tax deduction for its full market value, and you will avoid any capital gains tax on the increase in value of the stock since you purchased it. If your stock has been held long-term but has decreased in value, it may be more advantageous for you to sell the stock and give cash to the Clubs.
It is important that donors making a stock transfer notify the Clubs so that we are aware of the transaction and the desired use of your gift. Please contact Sharon Biddle at (302) 658-1870 or email@example.com.
Each of our Clubs has different needs for donations of new or gently used items. Needs vary based on the time of year and Club location. Please contact your local Club to see what the Club in your community needs. In-Kind Donations receipts are provided.
Items needed typically include:
Air Hockey Tables and accessories
Video Gaming Equipment
Ping Pong Tables and accessories
Sports and Recreation
Education and Arts
Computers, Laptops or Tablets
Notebook paper (new and unused)
Video game systems and games
(i.e. Wii, Xbox, Sony PlayStation)
iPods or other MP3 players
Pool Tables and accessories
Soccer Tables and accessories
Table top games (i.e. Monopoly, Uno, playing cards, etc.)
Sporting Goods Equipment for flag football, swimming, tennis, etc.
Office Supplies (i.e. unused paper, pens, pencils, etc.)
Arts and Craft Supplies
Cool Artwork and decor for the walls
Annual Fund for Kids
By supporting the Annual Fund for Kids, you are investing in every child’s Club experience.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware has benefited from the generosity of friends who have included the Clubs in their estate and financial plans. Help their charitable gifts go further with your contribution.
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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware has benefited from the generosity of friends who have included the Clubs in their estate and financial plans. Help their charitable gifts go further with your contribution
The Heritage Club
The Heritage Club is an association of friends of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware who seek to ensure that the future needs of our state’s youth are met by including the organization in their estate plans.