SUPPORT ARC OF ONONDAGA – DONATE NOW TO THE ARC OF ONONDAGA FOUNDATION
When you make an online donation, your generous gift will benefit the Arc of Onondaga Foundation which was established to ensure the financial future of Arc of Onondaga by securing community support. The Foundation’s efforts help to guarantee that comprehensive services of the highest quality will always be available for future generations. The Arc of Onondaga Foundation was formed in 2002 and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, duly registered with the United States Internal Revenue Service and the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau.
Your gift to the Arc of Onondaga Foundation will help support Arc’s programs for people with developmental disabilities. Arc of Onondaga currently supports over 1,000 individuals and their family members and that number continually grows. Upon request, a copy of the latest annual report can be obtained from the organization, or from the Office of the Attorney General, by writing the Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.
We will mail you a written thank you letter for your contribution. The Arc of Onondaga Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and your contributions may be tax-deductible under U.S. law.
Over the years, we’ve heard from some of our donors who have suggested that if we offered the option of giving monthly, donating would be made easier. We are now offering a monthly giving option. Just choose the amount you would like to give, click here to complete the form, and every month your donation will automatically be charged to your credit card.
To make a gift by check or other means, simply fill out our Contribution Form and send your check to:
Arc of Onondaga Foundation
600 South Wilbur Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13204
INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT (IRA)
Did you know that you can designate Arc of Onondaga Foundation as the beneficiary of your IRA in your estate plans? This type of giving can save you the expense of income tax while giving you a tax deduction. To learn more, please consult your financial advisor.