Give the gift of play.
Help us build a more inclusive world with a gift at a level you’re comfortable, or better yet, a little uncomfortable making.
Other ways to donate
Many companies allow employees to give charitably directly from their paychecks, even offering matches! Check with your employer to see if your company has a workplace giving program!
Use smile.amazon.com when shopping on Amazon and choose Harper’s Playground as your beneficiary for us to receive 0.5% of your purchases. This costs nothing extra to you!
Choose Harper’s Playground as your beneficiary and Survey Monkey will donate 50 cents for every survey you take! – https://contribute.surveymonkey.com/
Become a monthly donor
Monthly donors help Harper’s Playground by providing a reliable source of donations which help us better plan for the future. Choose “Show my support by making this a recurring donation” on the donation page.
An easy, tax saving way to support inclusive play. Talk to your financial advisor today on how you can save money on taxes and support Harper’s Playground at the same time!
Host a Facebook Fundraiser
Celebrate your birthday or help create awareness with a Facebook fundraiser!
Fred Meyer Community Rewards
Sign into your Fred Meyer account online and choose Harper’s Playground as your beneficiary to donate a percentage of your spending at no extra cost to you! For more info, visit https://www.fredmeyer.com/i/community/community-rewards
Donor Advised Fund
Recommended a grant from your Donor Advised Fund.
Gifts by Will or Trust
A charitable gift from your estate enables you to achieve your financial goals and benefit Harpers Playground.
Donate stocks, bonds, and securities.
Donate Airline Miles and Credit Card Rewards
Did you know that you can donate your extra miles and rewards? Simply go online and transfer them to Harper’s Playground.
Legislation known as the CARES Act, designed to rescue the economy from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, was passed by Congress and signed into law on March 27, 2020. The CARES Act will allow individual taxpayers to deduct donations to charity of up to $300 on their 2020 federal tax return, even if they don’t itemize. Married-filing-jointly taxpayers can deduct up to $600. For those donors who are still able to itemize their deductions, and therefore directly write off gifts to charity, the CARES Act lifts the deduction cap to 100% of Adjusted Gross Income for individuals and joint filers.