Ways to Give

Here are just a few ways you can become involved

Dedications and Memorials

Celebrate the life of a loved one by donating in their honor or memory, you can select a recipient to be notified of your gift. We’ll send them a personalized e-card or mail card. Donate in memory of a loved one.

 Honor a Friend or Loved One

By donating to the Christina Sullivan Foundation in their name, then send a card or an ecard to let them know you are thinking of them on their special day or occasion. Happy Birthday, Anniversary, Graduation, and more!

Estate Charitable Planning

When deciding your estate-planning strategies, consider a charitable contribution option, and potential tax benefits. There are numerous options for setting up a charitable contribution in your estate plan. Please contact your estate planner for more information

The Foundation’s Unified Adaptive Sports programs are offered to our challenged athletes and are entirely philanthropic. Your donations support the mission and keep her smile alive on all the children, adults, and their families.

Shop for Hope and Inclusion

You can show your support for Hope and Inclusion to everyone you meet when you purchase or wear one of the Christina Sullivan Foundation’s products, supporting our mission to all our children and adults to Learn Work Play and Live Unified.

  Amazon Smile Charity List

When you shop Amazon Charity List you can donate needed sports equipment directly to the Christina Sullivan Foundation bringing smiles of Hope and Inclusion through the  recreational therapeutic adaptive and unified  sports and fitness programs!   

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Christina Sullivan Foundation Sponsorship opportunities for widespread visibility in support of our mission for the Annual Mixed Tennis Tournament, Land and Sea Adaptive Sports Festival, Gaming for a Cause and our Unified ISD’s Sports Field Day!

The Foundation Mission as a Network of Guardians for Hope and Inclusion is to encourage and facilitate a healthy and active lifestyle for children and adults with and without intellectual and physical challenges to provide inclusion in Sports, Education, Research and Everyday Life

              Text to Give

There is no more accessible way to show your Support! Text Hope to 332-436-6282. Fast and Secure. You will receive a response and click on the link to give. Your act of Kindness goes to support the Unified Adaptive Sports Programs for the Foundation’s Athletes with intellectual and physical challenges playing Unified Sports adapted to each athlete’s skill Level.

   Make a Year-End Gift

Make your gift by Dec. 31 and you may see tax benefits on your 2020 tax returns, all while providing support to assist our children and adults with Intellectual and Physical Challenges to participate in the Foundations Unified Adaptive Therapeutic  Sports and Fitness Programs.   

Work Place Giving

Check with your employer to determine if workplace giving is an option for you. Contribution options may include payroll deductions or internal fundraising events. Many companies also encourage their employees to donate by matching their contributions. Does your company match gifts. Please check with your HR department and make your donation count twice.

Appreciation from the Heart

Volunteer

“I have volunteered with the Foundation and the joy this brought to me helping these wonderful human beings giving there all, this experience has taught me more compassion, patients and humility I am so proud to be part of the Foundation as a Buddy Volunteer and will continue to volunteer and help in any way I can.”
~ Sarah Williams

Family

“Our daughter has Down’s Syndrome is mostly non-verbal and while she may not be able to articulate her smile as she won her medal at Special Olympics says it all! Thank you to the Christina Sullivan Foundation Josephine and Craig and all the Buddies for your patience, time and dedication to our athletes and for giving our daughter this wonderful experience.”
~Love, The Dalehite Family

Recreational Therapist

“Athlete Tom Nguyen used to play tennis before his accident. Now, Tom and other Moody Neurorehabilitation athletes come to play adaptive tennis. Tara Soliz, Moody Neuro’s recreation therapistIt’s it’s good exercise, and they are all having fun being with others that’s what is important.”
~ Tara Soliz