Ways to Give

In addition to making a one-time or recurring donation to Nexus Recovery Center, there are many ways to get involved and support women’s recovery, including fundraising, planned giving, stock donations, and much more!

Fundraise for Nexus

In addition to making a one-time or recurring donation to Nexus Recovery Center, there are many ways to get involved and support women’s recovery!

Facebook

Create a fundraiser through Facebook to support Nexus.


JustGiving

Make or join a fundraiser for Nexus on JustGiving..


Planned Giving

Make a lasting impact in women’s recovery through multiple types of gifts. Whether you would like to support our work today or benefit us after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family and support Nexus.

For help with discovering the advantages of a planned gift or for any questions you might have, please contact us at 214-321-0156 ext. 2612, or email Development@nexusrecovery.org.

Wills, Estate, and Stock Gifts

Structure your will to provide for your family first. Then include a gift to the charitable organizations you love. Just a few simple sentences and a meeting with an estate planning attorney are all it takes.

To designate Nexus Recovery Center as a beneficiary, we recommend that you use the following wording:

“I give (_____ dollars) or (_____ percent of the residue of my estate) to Nexus Recovery Center (or any successor corporation), a Texas non-profit corporation with principal offices in Dallas, Texas.”

Make a Gift and Receive Fixed Payments for Life

If you’d like to support Nexus and receive steady payments for life, a charitable gift annuity may be right for you.

Donate Stocks

If you give stocks you’ve owned for more than one year that are worth more than when you purchased them, you’ll qualify for significant tax advantages. Contact us for details on initiating the transfer.

Give Retirement Plan Assets

Consider making Nexus a beneficiary of a portion of your retirement plan assets. Then, leave less heavily taxed assets to your loved ones.