Financial gifts to the Starkloff Disability Institute enable us to further or missional commitment in creating a world that welcomes people with disabilities. We have structured different ways individuals can give to our organization, so people can give in a way that makes financial sense for them.
Learn how to financially support the Starkloff Disability Institute below.
The Advocate’s Club members make a monthly sustaining or one-time annual contribution that support the programs of the Starkloff Disability Institute. This special group is committed to helping break down barriers for people with disabilities through education and advocacy throughout the entire year.
To recognize those who make a significant gift and honor the memory of our Founder, Max J. Starkloff, the Starkloff Disability Institute (SDI) has created the Max Starkloff Society. Membership in the Society is annual and starts with gifts of $1,000.
All gifts provide scholarship support which allows people with disabilities to take the job-preparation classes offered through the Starkloff Career Academy. Starkloff Society members at the $2,500 level and above can name a scholarship after themselves or in honor of someone else.
To give a named scholarship contact Lori Becker, Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-588-7090.
Honor Someone Special with a gift to Starkloff Disability Institute. This commemorative giving program is a wonderful way to honor family and friends throughout the year. It’s perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and engagements, graduations, Mother’s and Father’s Day—or as an expression of sympathy.
Does your company match your charitable giving? Many do, and enrolling in your company’s matching gift program instantly doubles and sometimes triples the size of your gift.
Explore the benefits of giving appreciated assets, often common stock or mutual fund shares; find instructions for giving a gift of securities.
The Disability Rights Movement has grown over the decades, from the basics of independent living to anti-discrimination in employment. The movement will continue beyond our lifetime. Your legacy can be part of a lasting fight for the full inclusion of people with disabilities in all facets of society.