Every dollar invested in CHIP’s work has a six-dollar net effect on the community. It’s possible because we can use our resources to obtain additional funding, including applying to HUD for $5+ million annually. Our dedication to securing resources amplifies what’s possible for our partner organizations and our community. Together, we can end homelessness in Indianapolis.
CHIP is a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. We not only accept, but in fact rely on generous contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to support our work. If you’re interested in being a part of this collective effort to end homelessness, donate today. We cannot do this without your help. Together, we can end homelessness.
Other Ways to Give
Join CHIP in celebrating! This event is our annual fundraiser reception and awards presentation. This includes our community's Diamond Service Award, which is presented to an individual who is formerly homeless and is now giving back to the community in meaningful ways. Learn more about the Celebration, sponsorship options, and how to buy tickets.
Crowdfund through Facebook
Set a fundraising goal and challenge your friends, family, colleagues, and other members of your social network to help you achieve it! We can do more with the support of our networks, so ask them to join in the fun through a social media campaign. Visit CHIP's Facebook and click on the "Fundraising" menu item on the left-hand side to start a campaign.
Employer Matching Gift
Does your employer have a matching gift program? If so, when you make a gift to CHIP, your support can go even further. When you make a donation, be sure to let your employer know so your gift can be matched.
Planned giving describes a variety of philanthropic tools you and your financial advisor can use to make a charitable gift. We are able to provide information, sample language, and answers to any questions you and your legal or financial advisor may have about the many benefits of making a planned gift to support CHIP's important mission to create collaborative housing solutions to drive community change.
Examples of planned giving:
- Charitable Bequests
- Retirement Plans
- Life Insurance
- Charitable Gift Annuity
- Will and Estate Planning