Holiday Cards

Honor your friends, colleagues or loved ones with a contribution to a fund at the Greater Salina Community Foundation. Your gift will become a permanent part of the endowed fund of your choice, and the honoree will receive a beautiful, personalized card announcing your gift made in their name. It’s a gift that keeps on giving! Click the image below for further details.

How does it work?

You: Donate $25 or more to the foundation fund of your choice and provide the name of the honoree. (Find a complete list of funds under the “Funds” drop down menu above.)

The Foundation: Sends the honoree a personalized holiday card announcing your donation made in their name and provides you with a tax receipt for your charitable gift.

 Order your cards now: Holiday Cards 2017

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