Giving Cards

Giving CardGift cards have long been the gift of choice for folks who need to mail gifts or buy for a finicky relative. Now you can purchase a gift card that allows the recipient to make a donation to the charity of his or her choice. Greater Salina Community Foundation Giving Cards look just like a regular gift card you might buy at a department store. A variety of styles are available, including Christmas, Thank You, Birthday or just a beautiful Kansas Sunflower (courtesy of Salina Journal photographer Tom Dorsey). Pick the style that fits your celebration!

Recipients redeem the cards on our website, and can spend the gift card amount as a donation to any charity in the United States making them the perfect charitable gift for friends, family and those living far away. Giving cards also make a great thank you or holiday gift for employees and colleagues. For information on bulk purchases, call the Foundation office at 823-1800.

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