Saint Therese offers many ways to give, find one that fits your giving style.
Online Donations - One-time: Make a secure one-time online donation here.
Online Donations - Monthly Gifts: Make a secure recurring gift that gives all year long here.
Gifts by Mail: Download, print, and fill out our charitable gift form. Mail completed form along with donation to: Saint Therese Foundation, 1660 S Hwy 100 Ste 103, Saint Louis Park, MN 55416.
Gifts by Phone: Contact the Saint Therese Foundation at 952-283-2219.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Gifts: Download, print, and fill out our EFT Authorization form. Mail completed form along a voided check to: Saint Therese Foundation, 1660 S Hwy 100 Ste 103, Saint Louis Park, MN 55416.
Planned Gifts: When you include Saint Therese in your estate plan, you make senior care part of your legacy. To learn more visit our planned giving page.
Employer Matches: Check with your human resources department to see if your employer will match your contribution. Employer matching gifts are a great way to enhance the impact of your gift.
In-Kind Gifts: Please contact us at 952-283-2212 is you wish to donate items or services.
Stock Gifts: Please use the following information to make a securities transfer.
Brokerage Firm: RBC Wealth Management*
Contact: The Lambert Dickson Group, 612.371.7897
Name on Account: St. Therese Foundation
Account #: 308-25997
Federal ID#: 41-1704381
*RBC Wealth Management does not automatically notify us when transfers are made. We want to be sure to acknowledge your support in an accurate and timely way. Once the transfer is made, please notify us at 952-283-2212.
Tribute gifts are a way to honor or remember your loved one and an opportunity to support those currently living or receiving care at Saint Therese. We are happy to send an acknowledgement card to let someone know that you chose this special way to pay tribute to a loved one. Simply let us know who your gift is in honor or memory of when you make your donation. Click here to make a tribute gift.
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