Ways To Give

Monthly Giving

An ongoing monthly gift to the Grant Cardone Foundation allows more of your support to go directly to the at risk, underprivileged youth that we serve. Your gift is processed automatically each month, saving you time and trouble.

Annual Giving

Annual gifts are the lifeblood of philanthropy at the Grant Cardone Foundation and have a huge impact on our efforts to help disrupt generational poverty. These donations enable us to provide a consistent level of support through our programs and services and address unexpected needs throughout the year.

Asset Giving

Many people think that to give more to charity you must cut into your personal lifestyle expenses. And while sacrificial giving is wonderful, there’s another way to multiply your impact: donating non-cash assets such as stocks, real estate, or business interests before the sale.

Major Gifts

A Major Gift is a philanthropic donation in support of the Grant Cardone Foundation that extends above and beyond the needs of the moment. These transformational types of donations are crucial to our long-term mission and allow us to connect our donors with an area of passion that they can directly impact.

Corporate Partnerships

Through their time, talents, and resources, our corporate partners play a significant role in the sustainment and growth of the Grant Cardone Foundation. Those who join us as partners are recognized in printed material and highlighted through the organization’s electronic and social media communications.

Planned Gifts

A Planned Gift involves the irrevocable transfer of an asset to the Grant Cardone Foundation for the benefit of the programs and services we provide to the at-risk youth. Tax laws allow several planned giving options, including Life Insurance Policies; Bequests; Charitable Gift Annuities; Charitable Lead Trusts; Charitable Remainder Trusts; Charitable Remainder Unitrusts; and Charitable Remainder Annuity Trusts.

School Fundraisers

There are many ways for students, teachers, and parents to have fun raising money for a good cause. The Grant Cardone Foundation is available to discuss opportunities to instill a passion for charity in students of all ages, by honoring their peers, with fundraising ideas that lift lives and make a positive difference in the community.

Third Party Fundraisers / Charity of Choice

We welcome individuals, businesses, groups, churches, and schools who share our compassion for giving youth a brighter future to organize and host a fundraising event. A portion of the proceeds that benefit the Grant Cardone Foundation are greatly appreciated and will be used to provide life-changing financial mindset and literacy to our underserved, but well deserving youth.

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