Other Ways to Give
Shop to Give
You can shop and give to Wish Granters at no extra cost to you! Wish Granters is a beneficiary of Fred Meyer’s Community Rewards program.
Below are the instructions to sign up!
Fred Meyer Community Rewards
This loyalty program links your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to a nonprofit organization. Each time you shop, a percentage of your purchase benefits Wish Granters.
1. VisitFredMeyer.com Once you have signed in to your account, click on “Community Rewards” in the left-hand column. Search for Wish Granters, then click Enroll.
2. New users need to create an account, which requires a valid email address and a rewards card.
*Fred Meyer rewards cards are available at the customer service desk at any Fred Meyer store.
Leave a legacy of Wishes for generations to come.
One of the most meaningful ways to support Wish Granters and ensure our wish programs to continue to grow, is to make a planned gift through a trust or will. Planned gifts guarantee the continued gift of a wish to those dealing with a non-age-related terminal or potentially terminal illness, and expanded programs for years to come.
Gifts can be made in the form of cash, real estate, or stocks, and can be provided through a will or trust, annuity, life insurance policy, or retirement fund.
A planned gift allows you to leave a lasting legacy of wishes in your or your family’s name, and provides financial benefits to you and your heirs.
To learn more about making a planned gift to Wish Granters, please contact us at [email protected].
A direct transfer from your IRA to Wish Granters is a thoughtful way to make a tax-wise gift.
If you are 72 1/2 years old or older, you can take advantage of a simple way to benefit Wish Granters, and receive tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 per year from your IRA directly to a qualified charity such as ours, without having to pay income taxes on the money. This popular gift option is commonly called an IRA charitable rollover, but is also referred to as a Qualified Charitable Distribution or QCD.