Wings of God Transition Home does not receive any state or federal money. We are 100% funded by generous donations from the community.
Some employers have qualifying programs. Example: Office Depot Grants For Volunteers, Pfizer, Pfizer Corporation, Pfizer Volunteer Matching, Pfizer Health Solutions, Pfizer International, Inc, Verizon Volunteer Incentive Program, Walmart, CMS Energy.
If your company has a Matching Gift Program, your contribution to Wings of God can be generously increased. Simply obtain a Matching Gift Form from your Human Resources Department and return it along with your contribution to:
Wings of God Inc.
PO BOX 3
Paw Paw, MI 49079
Stocks and Securities
Appreciated securities are perhaps the most cost-effective assets to use in making a gift. When you transfer ownership of long-term holdings to Wings of God, you receive a charitable deduction for their full market value and you incur no capital gains tax (subject to IRS deduction limits).
Since a donor’s information accompanying electronic stock transfers is not always complete, please alert us in advance that you plan to give stock, including the stock’s name and number of shares.
You can help future residents by making a bequest in your will or estate plan. Please consider these ways to remember Wings of God in your will or estate plan:
A gift in your will is the simplest way to remember Wings of God in your estate plan. There is no lifetime cost to you, and your estate may qualify for a charitable deduction.
A life insurance policy you no longer need makes an excellent gift to Wings of God. You may either designate Wings of God as a partial beneficiary or grant us ownership of the policy.
Life Income Gifts
There are a variety of charitable trusts that pay lifetime income to you alone or to you and a loved one. At your passing, what remains can be designated as a gift to Wings of God. If you have included Wings in your will or estate plan, please let us know. We’d like to thank you and acknowledge your support.
Wings of God supports its mission and programs not only through cash contributions but by the generosity of “in-kind” donations from individuals, corporations, schools and community groups. In-kind gifts allow us to focus our budget dollars on the most critical, day to day needs of our organization.
For questions, contact Kim Stuut: (269) 415-0777 email@example.com