You can make a difference in the life of a child with special needs.
The Woodlands Foundation is committed to enriching the lives of children and young adults with disability and chronic illness. Your gift and support will help us provide these young people with the opportunity to enjoy adaptive activities that are physically, socially, culturally, environmentally and spiritually stimulating.
The Woodlands Foundation relies heavily on the generosity of our supporters. We invite you to help turn possibilities into reality.
Gifts can be made via cash, check or credit card. For more information, call (724) 935-6533 or send your gift to:
The Woodlands Foundation
134 Shenot Road
Wexford, PA 15090
The Woodlands WonderFund provides seed money for the development of new programs and enables individuals with financial need to participate in Woodlands activities. The WonderFund ensures that no family will be turned away from programming due to inability to pay.
Make something WONDER-ful happen in a child's life with a gift to the Woodlands WONDERFund.
Your gift will help a child experience the WONDERS of living.
What does your gift mean to a child with a disability?
$674 enables a child to participate in a week-long summer camp at the Woodlands.
$154 enables a child to attend a weekend retreat at the Woodlands.
$64 enables a child to attend a day retreat at the Woodlands.
Gifts to the general fund will provide support to the areas of greatest need, as well as assist with costs associated with operating the Woodlands.
When designating your United Way gifts to The Woodlands, be sure to use our Contributor Choice Number:
Please use the number above to ensure that your donation will go directly to help fund year-round programs for children and young adults with disability and chronic illness.
Through Pennsylvania's Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program, qualified businesses can make a donation to the Woodlands Foundation and receive tax credits equal to a percentage of their gift.
The Woodlands Endowment is a permanently restricted fund that was established to ensure the financial stability of the Woodlands by generating sufficient income to manage its operations, as well as foster growth in order to serve more individuals.
You can help the Woodlands Foundation continue to fulfill its mission of enriching the lives of children and young adults with disability and chronic illness. There are numerous ways in which you can leave money/assets to the Woodlands Foundation, or invest money so that the Woodlands receives benefits.
Cash: Funding a gift with cash is one of the simplest ways to create a planned gift.
Bequest: You can name the Woodlands Foundation in your will or trust.
Stock: A gift of securities or other assets could avoid capital gains while providing a tax deduction.
Other options include:
- life income gifts such as charitable gift annuities or charitable remainder trusts
- life insurance policies
- gifts of retirement funds (IRAs)
For more information on how you can include the Woodlands Foundation in your gift planning, please contact the Woodlands' Executive Director at (724) 935-6533.
Leave your legacy to the Woodlands by giving a lasting gift that will make a difference in the lives of individuals with disability and chronic illness for years to come. Through your legacy gift, you ensure the future of the Woodlands by helping to sustain its wonderful programs and facilities.
The Woodlands offers naming opportunities for donors who choose to support the organization through a contribution for a named fund or facility. A named gift opportunity sends a strong message to our participants and partner organizations that an individual, business, or organization has given their support to the Woodlands' effort to enrich lives.
When you make a named legacy gift toward Woodlands facilities, your name will be engraved on a permanent plaque that will be prominently displayed on or near the facility you support, and you will be listed in the Foundation's annual report. A legacy gift made to a program development fund will be acknowledged in perpetuity in the Foundation's annual report and other fund-related materials.
To learn more about making a legacy gift, contact the Woodlands' Executive Director at (724) 935-6533.