Now you can make a recurring gift to Opportunity Village without having to write and mail checks.
Recurring gifts offer a simple and convenient way to make regular monthly contributions to the Village that are posted to your credit card or bank account.
The Village is very grateful for each gift we receive, and we want to make it as simple as possible for you to support our services to people with disabilities. By giving online or through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), you eliminate Village costs for return envelopes and postage, so an even greater portion of your gift goes toward supporting our mission.
Since your gift is spread over the year, you create a reliable base of support for peoople with disabilities. You also may find you are able to give a more significant gift to the Village because your donation is divided into manageable monthly increments.
Your monthly gifts provide security for people with disabilities.
Automatic giving is secure and convenient. Your monthly credit card or bank statement will clearly show how you have given, and your annual donations will be easy to track for tax purposes. You may change your pledge or quit at any time. You also might be able to take advantage of earning bonuses like Frequent Flier Miles through your credit card.
If you wish to set up EFT through your checking or savings account, please provide us with your bank name, routing number, and account number (as in a voided check). Then tell us how much you'd like to contribute monthly to Opportunity Village. We'll arrange for the transfer of funds each month.
Click here if you prefer to give monthly by credit card. After filling out the form, be sure to check the box to make this a monthly payment.
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