Donations can be made as a one-time or recurring cash gift, a monthly pledge, a memorial or honorary gift, or an investment donation. Corporations, businesses, clubs, or organizations that wish to make a donation or that want to establish a program to encourage their members to donate, should also fill out the Donation Form. A Catch-A-Dream employee will contact you to establish a program of direct corporate partnership, planned giving, and/or “workplace giving.” Catch-A-Dream will send a letter acknowledging the nature of your gift, along with a receipt for cash gifts.
- Use the Online Donation Form (Information entered online is secure and will be kept confidentially)
- Download the Donation Form
In-kind donations are services or goods that can be used to make dreams come true. Select the type of in-kind donation below to donate.
- Equipment and other goods
- Outfitter or guide services (Contact us to discuss options, needs and opportunities)
- Taxidermy services
Double Your Donation
You may be able to increase the impact of your donation to Catch-A-Dream through Corporate Matching Gift Programs! Many employers offer matching gift programs to match charitable contributions made by their employees. Some employers have volunteer grant programs that recognize your ongoing support by providing Catch-A-Dream Foundation with a donation.
- See if your employer has a matching gift program
Catch-A-Dream has attracted the support of many partners. Please visit the Partners page to view the many corporations, small businesses, and individuals that help support Catch-A-Dream.
We take Donor Privacy Very Seriously
Catch-A-Dream will not share or sell a donor’s personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations unless the donor has
given the charity specific permission to do so.
Donor information is collected and retained only when a donor initiates contact with the Foundation via donation, gift or other communication that requires either by law or by common courtesy that follow-up communication be conducted.
No personally identifiable information or financial data will be stored in the Foundation’s records beyond the reasonably required time to process normal business activities. Financial data, credit card information, etc. will be destroyed immediately after financial and accounting procedures have been completed.