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You can make a difference!

Communities In Schools of Texas would like to thank you for considering making a contribution to our 501(c)(3), non-profit program. Every contribution helps us continue to provide services tailored for children in need through mentoring, counseling, tutoring, clothing and food resources. Your tax-deductible contribution allows our program to begin to bridge the gap between basic educational needs and quality interventions to reach struggling youth.

Every $1 dollar donated provides a chance at a brighter future for a student in need in our local community. Communities In Schools of the Golden Crescent helps to strengthen relationships between a student’s home, school, and community and increase opportunities for positive life choices and academic achievement.

You can make a one-time donation securely online.




If you prefer to make a donation by check, please make it payable to GCWDB/CIS and mail to P. O. Box 1936, Victoria, Texas  77902.  All donations are tax deductible.

There are many ways to help make a positive impact on a child’s life. We extend our heartfelt gratitude for your partnership with Communities In Schools of Golden Crescent and thank you for the support your gift brings to our youth. Our program offers several different giving opportunities to suit your preference.

Mail-In Financial Donation:
GCWDB/CIS
P.O. Box 1936
Victoria, Texas 77902

In-kind Donation

You can participate in changing the lives of young people by making an in-kind donation (books, supplies, furniture, meeting room, etc.) to our program. Your in-kind donation is a gift that will help us provide necessities to the young people in our community. Contact CIS of Golden Crescent for more information.

 

 

Questions About Donating

Will my financial donation go toward a general fund or will it go directly to my local program?

Your secure donation will go directly to your local CIS of Texas program to support their work in your community.

Is my online payment secure?

PayPal encodes every transaction behind next-level encryption. Every account is also routinely monitored against fraud.

Can I claim this as a charitable donation on my taxes?

Yes, Communities In Schools is an IRS 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. For amounts up to $250, you can keep a receipt, canceled check or statement. Donations of more than $250 require a written acknowledgment from the charity, which we can provide upon request.