Donate to SAGE and help us inspire more people to give, serve and advocate for coming generations!
SAGE is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization. Contributions to SAGE are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Click here to make secure online donations to SAGE. You can also give to SAGE through the PayPal Giving Fund.
We also welcome gifts by check payable to SAGE and sent to our address: 1819 SW 5th Ave #287, Portland, OR 97201.
You can also give to SAGE through a Required Minimum Distribution from a retirement account.
Read on to learn about more ways to give and support SAGE. Questions? Contact SAGE at 971-717-6570 or email [email protected]
"A society grows great when its elders plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in." ~ Greek Proverb
The heart of SAGE is to inspire all of us to plant trees of opportunity for the future, even if we won’t see the fruits of our efforts in our lifetime.
We are very grateful to donors who wish to make a forward-thinking, planned gift to SAGE during or after your lifetime. These arrangements might include a bequest in your will, a charitable gift annuity, gifts of stock, and there are many other types of gifts. While not necessary, we appreciate when you share your good news with us so we can also plan for our future (we don’t need specific dollar amounts).
SAGE is not able to provide tax or legal advice for planned gifts. We do know experts who can help you. For more information, contact SAGE at 971-717-6570 or email [email protected].
SAGE welcomes support from businesses who help us engage the enormous talent and experience of older adults to create opportunities for coming generations to thrive.
As a business sponsor, you support our mission and numerous other nonprofit organizations that benefit from the engagement of older adults in community. You also have opportunities to attend events and share promotional materials with our audience of business, community and philanthropic leaders, and SAGE donors, volunteers, and partners.
“Our greatest responsibility is to be good ancestors.”—Jonas Salk.