Invest in Impact

At Transitions we are always grateful for the generosity of our investors.  In fact, you are our most important resource!  Your investments allow us to help women and children have a secure place to live, connect with resources, find help and support and learn new skills for successful living. 

Other Ways to Invest

  • Host a fundraiser on behalf of Transitions. You can raise awareness and make a financial contribution to our programs with your own fundraising event. The guidelines and proposal form are here. (Note: please allow two weeks' notice for all events.)   

  • Send a check to our administrative offices at 3128 N Hemlock St. Spokane, WA 99205. 

  • Give securely online through our link with JustGive.org. You will find these buttons throughout our website. It is easy and safe.

  • Use your VISA credit card. Call our office at 509-328-6702 and we will take the information over the phone.  This can be a recurring donation.

  • Give a recurring donation through your bank account.  Use this  Withdrawal Authorization form, it's just that easy to make an ongoing investment. 

  • Donate securities. Call our office for more information or use the Securities Transfer form.

  • Give through United Way.  When you make your workplace contributions, you can write in Transitions as your designated charity.

  • Remember Transitions in your will.  You can give a portion of your estate, a set sum of money or other property of your choosing designated to Transitions at your death (see Unrestricted Bequests form).

  • Pledge your support and become a member of the "Saints": the Society of Transitions' Sustainers (STS).  Become a monthly donor by committing to $10, $20 (or more if your circumstances allow) a month for one year. Call our office for more information, 328-6702. 

  • Ask your employer if they will match a portion of your contribution, and if they allow automatic payroll deduction to a charity of your choice.

 

Demonstrated Return on Investment

Did you know that just $350 provides services for a woman at the Women's Hearth for a year?  Isn't a woman's life worth that investment?