Ways to Support DART
DART empowers people and organizations by providing specialized training in violence prevention and personal safety.
When you give to DART you help DART to continue to offer this valuable training through DART’s many programs. Your contribution allows DART to complement existing funding and to leverage the additional funding required to meet our ambitious organizational goals. DART is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, so your gift is tax deductible.
You can support DART as a whole or select a program of interest to you. Large or small, your gift helps DART to continue to provide the violence prevention training that participants consistently characterize as highly effective and empowering.
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DART’s planned giving program is designed for benefactors who wish to donate large gifts that require an additional amount of planning, such as bequests, retirement plans, life insurance, real property, stocks, trusts, and estates. By including DART in your gift plans, you can help DART develop new programs and to provide DART’s training to all those who want to benefit from it.
Learn how corporations and organizations can partner with DART and gain benefits for their employees and clients. DART is a highly collaborative organization that works closely with other organizations to provide outstanding training in violence prevention and personal safety. We invite you to join us as more people and organizations come to DART for its innovative training and program development.
Grant-awarding foundations with missions similar to DART’s can accomplish their community objectives through DART’s programs and services.
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Commonly Requested Information
Commonly requested information about DART, including DART’s IRS tax letter, audited financial statements, budgets, board list, 990 tax returns, anti-discrimination statements, and annual reports, may be obtained by contacting DART’s President, Michele Dusenbery, at (303) 530-9447. You may also email Michele Dusenbery at firstname.lastname@example.org