Giving Happens Through Time, Talent and Financial Donations
Ways to Give
United Church Homes was founded over 100 years ago thanks to individuals whose spirit of generosity led them to provide for others. This tradition of giving continues to be a crucial part of the ministries of United Church Homes. Our advancement team enlists the services of others and raises charitable dollars for United Church Homes in myriad ways. By matching donors’ wishes with the needs and goals of our organization, your gifts will serve their intended purpose and help our ministries to thrive for the next 100 years.
For people who want to create joy, peace and sustainability for older adults, United Church Homes provides a variety of giving opportunities. You can support those we serve by making a financial gift, inviting a United Church Homes speaker to your congregation or community group or volunteering your time at one of our communities.
Financial ways to support our mission include:
You can make donations throughout the year designated to a particular community or program or in honor or memory of someone.
You can make a significant impact by supporting a specific project or initiative with donations of $1,000 or more.
You can make a legacy gift by including United Church Homes in your estate plans.
Donors Making a Difference
The following stories represent the abundant impact generous donations make for the people United Church Homes serves.
Donor Bill of Rights
The Donor Bill of Rights states that a tradition of giving and sharing is primary to the quality of life. To ensure that all donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the causes they are asked to support and as part of our dedication to transparency at United Church Homes, we declare and uphold that all donors have these rights. Read the full Donor Bill of Rights.
Latest Advancement News
April 7 kicked off an interior enhancement project at The Trinity Community at Fairborn that a very special family member hopes will make the skilled nursing community stand out above others in Greater Dayton. Barb, whose late husband was a former resident, spearheaded the idea and donated the funds to make the project possible. She …