INVEST IN CENTRAL FLORIDA
When you choose to support Heart of Florida United Way, you’re not just giving money; you’re giving hope and a lifeline to those who need it most. You’re standing up for the dreams of children, the health of families, the stability of struggling individuals, and the fundamental needs that make life bearable.
Your investment is the heart and soul of transformative programs and initiatives that are creating measurable change in Central Florida.
No matter what you can donate today, your investment will make a difference. Every dollar counts. Every life matters.
WAYS TO GIVE
investing made easy
There are plenty of ways you can invest in Heart of Florida United Way.
Make a one-time or recurring donation via our secure portal using credit card, PayPal, or Google Pay. We also accept Venmo (@HoFLUnitedWay) and Cash App ($alicehfuw).
Gifts of Stock
Donating stock is an easy and tax-effective way for you to make a gift to Heart of Florida United Way.
cash and check
We accept cash donations, or you can mail a check to 1940 Cannery Way, Orlando, FL 32804.
Wire and ach transfer
If you would like to give through wire transfer or ACH transfer email us your request.
Leave a Legacy.
Invest in the future by considering planned giving options. Your thoughtful contributions ensure that our efforts continue to create positive change for generations to come. Keep us thriving with your gift and take advantage of numerous tax and financial benefits. Leave a legacy to be remembered by future generations.
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