WAYS TO DONATE

All gifts to Higher Ground Sun Valley are greatly appreciated. Due to the steadfast generosity of all of our donors, Higher Ground Sun Valley is able to effectively carry out our mission of enhancing the quality of life through inclusive therapeutic recreation for people of all abilities.

Following is an overview of ways you can make an impact. For questions or to discuss your gift, contact: Tyra MacGuffie, Director of Development, 208.726.9298 x115

ANNUAL DONATIONS

Donations to Higher Ground may be made by giving cash, checks or credit cards sent directly to Higher Ground at PO Box 6791 Ketchum, ID 83340.

You may also make a credit card donation online through our website.

GIFTS IN MEMORY
OR IN HONOR OF

Gifts to Higher Ground may be made in Honor or in Memory of a friend or loved one who you wish to recognize.

MATCHING DONATIONS

Many employers offer a matching donation program that may allow you to significantly increase your gift to Higher Ground; be sure to check with your employer.

GIFTS OF APPRECIATED SECURITIES

Gifts to Higher Ground may be made in Honor or in Memory of a friend or loved one who you wish to recognize.

IN-KIND GIFTS

In-Kind, non-cash gifts of real estate, personal property or services that support the mission of Higher Ground are always appreciated.

Gifts of Appreciated Security or Direct Deposit

Details coming soon.

PLANNED GIVING

With a planned gift to Higher Ground, you will make a significant impact on the future of our participants and their families by helping to insure that our ground-breaking work using recreational therapy to improve the lives of those living with PTS, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Military Sexual Trauma and physical & cognitive disabilities will continue. Support generations to come—gain financial and tax benefits for you and your family.

MORE DETAILS AVAILABLE HERE.
AMANDA WALTON
SCHOLARSHIP FUND

After a car accident left her with a traumatic brain injury and various polytrauma, Amanda joined our programs in 2002 and has thrived as a year-round adaptive athlete. In 2004, she and her brother set up the Amanda Walton Scholarship Fund to ensure that all athletes, regardless of ability or financial capacity, are able to experience the outdoors without limitations, and the joys this liberation brings.