Help the Urban Mission fight poverty in the Ohio Valley by making a tax-deductible gift today.
Giving is easy!
Here are a few simple ways:
Credit Card: Giving by credit card can be done in two ways: over the phone by calling 740.282.8010 or, online by clicking on the “Donate” button on the right and on our home page. We use PayPal, a global leader in online e-commerce payment solutions, as our transaction processing agent. Using PayPal allows you to donate safely and securely without having to share your personal financial information with us. You can designate how your gift is to be used by clicking “Notes to Sellers” and writing which department or event the donation goes to.
Cash: A gift of cash, or by check, is an easy way to give. You can make a general donation or, alternatively, tell us how your gift should be used by designating whether it should go towards our hunger ministry, work mission program, Christmas, or a special project. Gifts by check should be made out to Urban Mission and mailed to: c/0 Susan Targoss, 301 North 5th Street, Steubenville, OH 43952.
Matching Gifts: Many companies sponsor matching gift programs where the contributions you make are matched by your employer. This is a great way to leverage your contributions dollars and provide a bigger gift at no additional cost. You’ll need to check with your company to see if they have a matching gift program. If they do, sign-up and designate Urban Mission as your designated preferred charity.
Memorial & Tribute Gifts: A memorial or tribute gift to the Urban Mission is a good way to remember a loved one, special friend, or honor someone. As with most types of gifts, you can tell us how your gift should be used by designating whether it should go towards our hunger ministry, work mission program, Christmas, or a special project.
Securities, Real Estate Gifts in Kind: Donating real estate and marketable securities is another good way to gift. Marketable securities (including stocks, mutual funds and bonds) may allow you to make a larger gift at less cost. Gifts in kind, such as works of art, antique furniture, mineral or petroleum interests, rare coins, etc. are another source of giving.
Life Insurance: Changing beneficiary designation to the Urban Mission on policies no longer needed for family protection is another way to give. Purchasing a new policy with the Urban Mission as the beneficiary is also a possibility.
Bequests Charitable bequests don’t always come only from people of wealth. Through carefully planned wills, individuals can provide a measure of support that could not have been duplicated with outright gifts during their lifetime. Go to www.leavealegacy.org for more information about making a charitable bequests.
Trusts There are a wide variety of trusts, including charitable remainder, revocable and testamentary, that can be designed to meet your needs today and help the Urban Mission later.
If you wish to receive more information, please call Rev. Ashley Steele at 740.282.8010. Or write to us at email@example.com