Ways To Support LOGAN
Whether you entrust us with a monetary gift to a special fund or an in-kind donation to a LOGAN event, your contribution is valuable. For nearly 70 years, we’ve been a part of this community; supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their desired quality of life. We’ve created many ways to support LOGAN.
Become a Partner for Potential
At LOGAN, we envision a community where kindness and dignity enrich the lives of everyone. Our efforts to foster such a community could not happen without the generous support of our donor partners. Become a Partner for Potential by donating $1,000 to $9,999. Gifts above that amount put you in LOGAN’s Leadership Circle.
Join LOGAN’s Leadership Circle
The LOGAN Leadership Circle is a distinguished group of philanthropists ensuring that we can serve everyone who needs us — kids, teens, adults and families, while allowing us to grow and innovate. Membership requires a $10,000 minimum commitment to the fund, renewable annually. Membership funds will enable bold initiatives that move us toward our vision to create a community where kindness and dignity enrich the lives of everyone.
Make a Plan to Give
Planned gifts provide sustainability and growth for LOGAN’s mission. The most common and impactful way to make a structured planned gift is to include LOGAN in the terms of your will or revocable trust, or to designate LOGAN as the beneficiary of a retirement plan account, such as an IRA or 401K. We’ve created two recognition societies for Planning Giving.
- Legacy Society ($200,000 Planned Gift)
Just as the Founding Families created LOGAN to ensure their children lived their fullest and most meaningful life, LOGAN’s Legacy Society was created to protect the organization’s mission and the promise those families made to one another, nearly 70 years ago. The Legacy Society recognizes those individuals who formalize a commitment of $200,000 or more through a structured planned gift.
- Benefactor’s Society (any level of a Planned Gift)
Joining the Benefactor’s Society is a commitment made to the future of LOGAN.
If you already have included LOGAN in your personal legacy plan, please let us know. We’d like to honor your commitment in the most appropriate way possible.
Support an Event
Throughout the year, LOGAN hosts events to raise funds and/or awareness while bringing people together on behalf of our mission. Click here to learn more.
Purchase a Brick
Pave the path with LOGAN by purchasing a brick to honor someone or something special to you. The cost of the brick is a $125 gift. Your brick will be inscribed according to your wishes and placed on a garden path at LOGAN. Click here to learn more.
Dan Ryan Children’s Fund
With your support of The Dan Ryan Children’s Fund at LOGAN, children will have access to more services, and you will help reduce the hardship many families go through to attain help for their children.
LOGAN Endowment Fund
LOGAN is invested with the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County. This fund is a permanent endowment designated to support LOGAN and people with developmental disabilities. Gifts may be made to LOGAN and designated to the Endowment, or donors can make a direct contribution to the LOGAN Fund through the Community Foundation.
Honor a loved one with a Memorial Gift
You may make a gift in memory or honor of a special person by contributing a Memorial Gift. Memorial gifts may be made online or by mail or phone. Please include with your contribution, the honoree’s name and address, so that we may notify them of this special gift. If the honoree is deceased, please include the name(s) and the address of the family members to whom you would like an acknowledgment sent. No gift amount will be included in the acknowledgment.
Make an In-Kind Gift
LOGAN programs and services often have needs of in-kind items. Contact us for more information.
Match a Gift
Double your gift to LOGAN with a matching gift from your employer. If your company participates in a matching gift program, send us a completed and signed form from your employer. We will complete the process.
For more information on ways to give to LOGAN, contact:
Chief Philanthropy Officer