Donate to BRUU
You can donate to BRUU in a variety of ways, including volunteer time. You can join a committee, help out in the kitchen, or grab a paint brush when we spruce up the building. We are active in Social Justice issues, too, including running a Food Pantry at BRUU.
You can always support BRUU financially.
BRUU has an account with PayPal Giving Fund to help facilitate online charitable donations to BRUU. You can use this link for your pledge payment (supporting our operational expenses), food pantry or community assistance donations, capital fund contributions, Sunday and split-the-plate, or any of our special collections and fundraisers. When donating online, you may use the comments section to specify your designation:
Split The Plate
Split The Plate
Support the Green Team with an Order of Coffee, Tea, Chocolate or Nuts
Support the Food Pantry
Other ways to donate:
- ZELLE: If your bank allows you to send money via Zelle, send your donation to “firstname.lastname@example.org” – just add a memo to specify your designation.
- You can use the online donation form to start the conversation about your financial gift.
- If you prefer, you can fill in this paper pledge form for the current Canvass and send it to the BRUU treasurer.
- If you would like to set up an Automatic Bank Draft for your pledge for the first time please use this paper form for automatic bank draft authorization for your pledge form and send it to the BRUU treasurer.
Members take advantage of the spring Canvass drive to pledge funds for the BRUU annual budget. Pledged funds give BRUU a chance to plan ahead for the year. For more information about the annual Canvass, contact email@example.com.
But you can donate even when the annual Canvass has been completed through one-time gifts. For special financial donations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can even donate stock or other investments, reducing the capital gains tax, if the stock has appreciated in value since you acquired it. BRUU members and friend can read more about donations of stocks and investment accounts at donate stock.
Consider contributing to the BRUU endowment by making BRUU a beneficiary of your estate. Not intended to replace the annual pledges which support our day-to-day operations, this fund is meant to be used for unusual expenses, to supply emergency needs, and to provide income for growth and new programs. As a charitable gift, it’s a perfect way to guarantee a lasting legacy. Make BRUU a beneficiary on life insurance, bank and 401(k), 403(b), 457, TSP, and brokerage accounts. No lawyers or accountants are needed. If you’re interested in learning how to direct assets to BRUU contact the Endowment Committee at email@example.com.