Please Consider Supporting the Sibling Leadership Network on this #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday 11.29.16. Text is superimposed over a latticed red heart.

All of us from the SLN hope that your holiday season is off to a wonderful start!

In honor of #GivingTuesday, we hope you will consider making a holiday donation to support the work of the Sibling Leadership Network. Any donation, large or small, will make a difference in the lives of siblings of people with disabilities, and people with disabilities.

Giving is easy! You can support us while you shop for the holidays through the Amazon Smile program: http://smile.amazon.com. Here’s how:

  • Under the search bar, it says “Supporting.” Change that to Sibling Leadership Network.
  • After selecting Sibling Leadership Network as your organization of choice to support, 0.5% of your purchase is automatically donated to us.
  • This has no impact on pricing and is a quick and easy way to finish up holiday shopping and support a meaningful cause. Share this wonderful program with family and friends!

We also have a PayPal giving page, which you can access here: http://siblingleadership.org/get-involved/donate-now/

  • If you choose to donate online, you have the option to select monthly recurring donations that are tax deductible. A simple monthly contribution of $5, $10 or $20 per month will provide the SLN with ongoing support for the work that we do without having a significant impact on monthly finances. All you have to do is check the box saying: “make this recurring.”

Additionally, we accept checks made out to the Sibling Leadership Network. Please mail them to our office at:

Sibling Leadership Network
332 S. Michigan Ave, Ste 1032 – S240
Chicago, IL 60604-4434

We are grateful for the ongoing support from our donors. The gifts you send further the work and mission of the Sibling Leadership Network. Without your generosity we could not make the gains we have for siblings of people with disabilities and their families. Thank you, and warm wishes for a happy holiday season!

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