Giving to On The Rise
We need your support! Thank you for helping us to continue providing safety, community, and advocacy for homeless and formerly-homeless women in our communities.
Thank you for considering a donation to On The Rise. On The Rise is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Please check with your human resources department to find out if your company has a Matching Gifts Program. If your company does match employee contributions, please mail the appropriate matching gift form with your contribution.
Or, fill out a donation form with a check and mail it to On The Rise at the address below. Checks should be made out to “On The Rise, Inc.” Since we're about building relationships, all gifts made to On The Rise can be made in honor or memory of someone special. We will send a note to your honoree.
Director of Development
On The Rise
Cambridge, MA 02139
The Sustainers' Circle is a special group of monthly supporters. Committing to a monthly financial gift is a convenient way for you to support On The Rise and provides us with a reliable source of income to help women who are homeless or in crisis as they take care of their immediate survival needs and move towards long-term goals.
How you can make an impact each month:
- $10 sponsors practical support for one woman each month (such as buying her a new hat and new socks or paying for a medical co-payment or covering the fee to get a copy of her birth certificate.)
- $25 buys a hot breakfast for 30 women in the Safe Haven for one morning each month.
- $50 allows a Community Advocate to accompany and support a woman as she goes to an important appointment each month.
- Matching Gifts
- Corporate Giving and Sponsorships
- Planned Gifts
- Stock Gifts
- Wedding Gifts
- Workplace Giving
If you have any questions please contact Delphene Mooney at email@example.com or 617-497-5757.
On The Rise is also funded by the Department of Children & Families Domestic Violence Unit and is supported by the Massachusetts Office of Victims Assistance through the 1984 VOCA grant from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, and the U.S. Department of Justice.