Ways to Donate
Neighbor to Neighbor is funded through the generosity of individuals, foundations, religious and civic organizations, corporations, the Town of Greenwich, and the Greenwich United Way. We cannot continue to meet the growing demand without your support. Neighbor to Neighbor can buy almost three times as many groceries with one dollar: your funds go farther if we do the buying!
Neighbor to Neighbor gratefully accepts gifts made by check, credit card, transfers of stock, wire transfers, and legacy gifts.
You may also consider making a gift in honor of a special event, a birthday, bar or bat mitzvah, holiday gift, or as a memorial. Neighbor to Neighbor will acknowledge all gifts made in honor of or in memory of another.
Virtual Food Drive: Click here to access our online food drive!
Matching Gifts: Ask your employer if they have a matching gift program to match your charitable contribution. This is an easy way to double the impact of your gift.
Planned Giving: Join Neighbor to Neighbor’s Jane Fleming Legacy Society with a gift left in your will or estate plans. Every legacy gift, regardless of the amount, is important and valued. For answers to frequently asked questions, click here.
Charitable Gift from an IRA: If you are over 70 ½ years of age, you have the opportunity to strengthen your legacy while potentially reducing your taxable income and your taxable estate when you transfer funds directly from your IRA to Neighbor to Neighbor.
Donor-Advised Funds: Gifts to Neighbor to Neighbor can be made via donor-advised fund recommendations.
Cryptocurrency: Neighbor to Neighbor partners with Every.org to accept donations of cryptocurrency. Every.org is a 501(c)(3) that processes and automatically converts donations into USD, then disburses the funds directly to Neighbor to Neighbor.
Please contact the Fund Development Manager with any questions at 203-622-9208 or email@example.com
Neighbor to Neighbor EIN: 06-6071605
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