Ways to Give

Thank you for uniting with us to support those with breast and ovarian cancers. There are so many ways to give to support our women and mission. To learn more about our giving opportunities, please contact us at fundraising@uniteforher.org

Grant HER

Nominate Unite for HER for a grant at your company! Many companies empower their employees to choose a charity to nominate for a grant they have set aside based on employees interest and personal connections. This has become such a valuable resource where our women simply just share their story on how we served them. Contact our Development Manager, Jen Morell, to learn more. 


Host an Event

We are grateful for all the creative and fun events held each year to benefit Unite for HER. No idea is too big or too small when it comes to uniting friends and family in support of women affected by breast and ovarian cancers. If you would like to host an event of your design to raise funds for Unite for HER, we want to give you the tools you need to succeed. We are happy to provide (based on availability):

Get started today by contacting us to let us know about your amazing idea and how we can help.


In Kind Donations

We appreciate donations of gift cards and high-quality merchandise and services for us to include in the silent or live auctions at our fundraising events. If you own a vacation home, consider whether you might be willing to offer a week’s stay for us to auction, or, consider a donation of your professional services to our organization. To learn more, please contact our Fundraising and Special Events Associate, Monica.


 

Monthly Giving

Become a monthly donor  You select any amount and your donation transfers automatically from your credit card or bank account to Unite for HER. Your pledge allows us to plan with the knowledge that you are there by our side, but you can discontinue payments at any time. 

Give Monthly


Payroll Deductions and Employer Matching

Many employers now offer this service, taking your pre-tax dollars and delivering them directly to the charity you choose. If your employer offers corporate matching of your payroll deductions it can happen without any additional steps on your part, creating a simple way for you to multiply the impact of your donations.

Submitting your donations for matching is a quick and easy way to multiple the impact of your generosity! Contact your Human Resources department to learn about employer charitable giving options.


Planned Giving

Help ensure that women with breast or ovarian cancer will be surrounded with a community of resources and support by including Unite for HER in your will, or as a beneficiary of your retirement or other estate plan. These impactful gifts give you the opportunity to make Unite for HER a piece of your legacy, and cost you nothing today. Planned gifts can be modified at any time at your discretion. For more information, please contact our Development Manager, Jen.

Tabithaunite for Tabitha
I was diagnosed when I was 36 years old, raising two young children, just one and three years old. My Wellness Day was the single most positive and inspiring step in my cancer treatment. It was a turning point for me that gave me hope and empowered me with tools to manage my healing. Cancer patients are not provided with holistic healing of any kind. Your oncologist is focused on ridding your body cancer, your radiology oncologist is focused on killing cancer cells, and your surgeon is focused on removing disease. And it’s all being done TO YOU. No one addresses you as a human being in need of healing from physical and emotional trauma. Unite for HER treated me as a whole person, and empowered me with the knowledge and tools I needed to be an active participant in my own care. I’ll be forever grateful for the opportunity to attend the Wellness Day and for my massage therapist, Julie Ackerman, whom I’ve used my entire passport with. I feel like Julie is an important part of my medical team, just as much so as my doctors. Thank you to Unite for HER for helping me through the hardest thing I’ve ever had to go through.”