Ways To Give

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Thank you for your interest in supporting the Zonta International Foundation and its efforts to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. There are several ways to make a donation to the Foundation.

Donate Now | One-Time Gift | Recurring Gift | Tribute Gift | Matching Gift | Stock Gift | Planned Giving

   One-Time Gift

To make your gift via check, credit card or wire transfer, please download the donation form and mail the completed form to the appropriate address listed on the form. Or, donate now online, using our secure online donation form.

   Recurring Gift

Conveniently transfer funds directly from your checking or savings account to the Foundation via electronic funds transfer (EFT), or automatically charge your contributions to a credit card. The recurring gift option allows you to direct predetermined amounts to any of the Foundation funds on a monthly or quarterly basis.

 

To enroll in the Direct Debit* Recurring Gift option, complete the Direct Debit Form and attach a voided check from a checking account or a deposit slip from a savings account*.

To enroll in the Credit Card** Recurring Gift Option, complete the Direct Credit Form.

*NOTE: : This service is currently only available to banks in the US and Canada. Please consult your bank for more information.
**NOTE: Visa or MasterCard Only


Tribute Gift

A tribute gift is a unique way to honor a friend, relative or fellow Zontian, celebrate a special occasion or memorialize someone who has touched your life. The honoree or family of the honoree will receive a personalized letter notifying them of your special gift.

 

To make a tribute gift, please complete the mail-in Contribution Form or donate online. Be sure to include the honoree's name, the occasion for which the gift is being made and the name and address of the person who should receive notification of your gift.


Matching Gift

Double Your Donation!

Many employers offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. They match contributions made by their employees, and in some cases will also match donations made by spouses, retirees and board members. Certain employers even provide matching funds to support employee volunteer hours. Most companies match contributions dollar for dollar, and some will even double or triple the amount of your gift! This is a simple way to increase the impact of your gift.

To find out if your employer will match gifts to Zonta International Foundation, please check with your company.

 

If your employer requires an Employer Identification Number (EIN) (i.e. Federal Tax Identification Number), please use 36-3396932

You can mail, fax, or email your completed matching gift form to:

Zonta International Foundation
Attn: Contributions
1211 West 22nd Street, Suite 900
Oak Brook, IL  60523
Fax: 630-928-1559
Email: contributions@zonta.org

 

If you have any questions regarding matching gifts, please email contributions@zonta.org or contact Jill Gehring at 630-928-1400, ext. 209.
 

   Stock Gift

If you are considering making a gift of stock to the Foundation, we encourage you to consult with your financial advisor and contact the Contributions Coordinator.

Planned Giving

By remembering the Zonta International Foundation in your estate plans, you can leave a significant gift to the women of the world. Your planned gift to the Zonta International Foundation will enable Zonta to continue its efforts to advance the status of women worldwide for generations to come.

 

There are many types of planned and life-income gifts. To learn more about bequests and estate giving, click here or call the Foundation at +1 630.928.1400, ext. 222.

 

Should you choose to make a planned gift to the Foundation, you will be welcomed as a member of The Mary E. Jenkins 1919 Society. Please allow the Foundation to recognize your planned gift by completing and submitting The Mary E. Jenkins 1919 Society form.

 

 

Note: The Zonta International Foundation cannot provide legal or financial advice. You are encouraged to meet with your legal representative or financial advisor before making a planned gift.