If you would like your donation to be used for a specific purpose such as childcare, food pantry, or memorial gift, please indicate this in the comments field below. We are grateful for any amount you wish to give.
A gift of cash or other assets such as appreciated securities can sustain Hilltop’s ongoing programs, or build the Hilltop Endowment Fund at the Porter County Community Foundation, or support capital needs immediately.
Many employers will match your gift, dollar for dollar, and some employers go as high as 3:1 for your personal donation. Check with your employer to see whether they have a matching program and how to enroll in it.
A gift of a percentage of estate assets or a specific sum of money to Hilltop Neighborhood House through your will or trust document as an outright gift or to Hilltop’s Endowment Fund helps sustain Hilltop.
Arrange for a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) to Hilltop or its endowment account any time from your IRA after attaining age 72. A pre-tax charitable gift allows more generous giving.
Name Hilltop Neighborhood House, Inc. as a beneficiary to an existing life insurance policy, transfer ownership of an existing policy, or purchase a new policy and make Hilltop Neighborhood House the owner and irrevocable beneficiary.
Plan with your tax advisor to give a qualified charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, major gifts of services and other assets.