Donate with Cash or Check:
You can also support us the old-fashioned way by mailing a check to DREAM:
The DREAM Program
PO Box 361
Winooski, VT 05404
DREAM now accepts donations of CryptoCurrency.
Do you want to support DREAM throughout the year? Then become a sustaining DREAM donor with a recurring donation! Here's how: Donate online using our "Little Green Light" platform and then indicate the frequency at which you would like the donation to occur (weekly, monthly, or annually).
Recommend a gift to DREAM through your donor-advised fund! For simplicity, tax efficiency, and no transaction fees, a gift from a donor-advised fund can provide powerful support to DREAM
(The DREAM Program, Inc; EIN 26-0030908).
Giving stock may provide greater tax benefits than giving cash. Your broker can assist in making a gift of stock.
Honor a loved one, celebrate a new life, or make a wedding or other special event even more special with a one-time gift or giving registry for guests.
With a planned gift, including bequests, life income gifts, and more, you can combine your desire to donate with your overall financial planning goals. Planned giving gives you a special connection to the DREAMers, helping them now and for years to come. If you are interested in planned giving, get in touch with your attorney as well as the DREAM office to consider your many options.
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The DREAM Program INC. is a 501(c)(3) service organization established in the winter of 1998 and developed as a nonprofit in 2001. Its goal is to bring high quality mentoring and activity programing to at-promise youth through summer enrichment, academic support, village mentoring, and unlimited adventures.
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