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Thank You, Giving Tuesday Donors

Thank you to those who supported the Council’s work by making a gift on Giving Tuesday! Among those whose support benefits people who rely on the Council for resources and vision services is Ann Albert, Executive Director of AgeBetter, Inc. and managing director of Sharing Active Independent Lives – SAIL in Madison. “My professional work with… Continue Reading Thank You, Giving Tuesday Donors

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Get an Immediate Tax Benefit and Give to the Charity of Your Choice with a Donor Advised Fund

Has your financial advisor mentioned Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) to you? A donor advised fund is a giving vehicle that provides an immediate tax benefit to you and allows you to grant funds to charities of your choice. DAFs are quickly growing in popularity in the world of philanthropy. A donor advised fund allows you… Continue Reading Get an Immediate Tax Benefit and Give to the Charity of Your Choice with a Donor Advised Fund

Community Shares of Wisconsin

Giving to the Council at Work

Workplace giving is a convenient and safe way to donate to vetted local organizations doing good work in Dane County and beyond. More than 100 local businesses partner with Community Shares of Wisconsin for workplace giving. These businesses encourage their employees to donate any amount through the convenience of payroll deduction. Each employee can individually… Continue Reading Giving to the Council at Work

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Be a Part of the Council’s Mission: Thank you to Council Donors Glenn and Karen Steffen

Karen Steffen is a long-time Council donor. People learn about the Council in many ways. Some find the Council’s website by Googling “vision loss in Wisconsin”. Others call because they are trying to find adaptive ways of doing everyday tasks. Still others are family members of those who receive Council services and observe the impact… Continue Reading Be a Part of the Council’s Mission: Thank you to Council Donors Glenn and Karen Steffen

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A hand next to Giving Tuesday

Thank You, Giving Tuesday Donors

Thank you to those who supported the Council’s work by making a gift on Giving Tuesday! Among those whose support benefits people who rely on the Council for resources and vision services is Ann Albert, Executive Director of AgeBetter, Inc. and managing director of Sharing Active Independent Lives – SAIL in Madison. “My professional work with… Continue Reading Thank You, Giving Tuesday Donors

A pencil and a calculator

Get an Immediate Tax Benefit and Give to the Charity of Your Choice with a Donor Advised Fund

Has your financial advisor mentioned Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) to you? A donor advised fund is a giving vehicle that provides an immediate tax benefit to you and allows you to grant funds to charities of your choice. DAFs are quickly growing in popularity in the world of philanthropy. A donor advised fund allows you… Continue Reading Get an Immediate Tax Benefit and Give to the Charity of Your Choice with a Donor Advised Fund

Community Shares of Wisconsin

Giving to the Council at Work

Workplace giving is a convenient and safe way to donate to vetted local organizations doing good work in Dane County and beyond. More than 100 local businesses partner with Community Shares of Wisconsin for workplace giving. These businesses encourage their employees to donate any amount through the convenience of payroll deduction. Each employee can individually… Continue Reading Giving to the Council at Work

A woman on a horse outside.

Be a Part of the Council’s Mission: Thank you to Council Donors Glenn and Karen Steffen

Karen Steffen is a long-time Council donor. People learn about the Council in many ways. Some find the Council’s website by Googling “vision loss in Wisconsin”. Others call because they are trying to find adaptive ways of doing everyday tasks. Still others are family members of those who receive Council services and observe the impact… Continue Reading Be a Part of the Council’s Mission: Thank you to Council Donors Glenn and Karen Steffen