There are many ways to give to Scarritt Bennett Center: by donating time or in-kind contributions, or by making a financial gift now or as part of your legacy.
Labyrinth Stone Campaign
Scarritt Bennett Center’s seven-circuit labyrinth is a special place. Close to a hundred visitors weekly come to the labyrinth to take refuge, to meditate, to pray or to be still.
Also the site of marriage proposals, peace vigils and educational programs, the labyrinth is a vital component of the Center’s mission to extend radical hospitality to the surrounding community as well as its commitment to create a space where individuals and groups engage with each other to achieve a more just world.
You have a special opportunity to contribute in a unique way to the financial support of our mission: by purchasing an engraved commemorative brick or paving stone for the labyrinth.
Commemorative bricks are perfect for:
To purchase a commemorative brick, please fill out the form below and return with payment to Lydia Keating, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via snail mail to 1008 19th Avenue South; Nashville, TN 37212.
Payment options include 1) checks made out to Scarritt Bennett Center 2) payment via credit card over the phone by calling Keith Belton at (615) 340-7472.
Commemorative Brick Order Form – click to download form, fill out and email back to email@example.com.
Give Your Time
Scarritt Bennett Center is in need of capable, enthusiastic volunteers. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, visit the “Volunteer” page.
Give Needed In-Kind Goods and Services
Scarritt Bennett Center is always in need of various goods and services including office supplies, tools, craft supplies, worship resources and new furniture.
Give Your Financial Support
To make a cash gift:
To make a stock gift:
Call (615)340-7472 for more information.
To set up a monthly or quarterly bank transfer:
Make a Planned Gift or Bequest
Planned gifts are made as part of an individual’s financial planning or estate planning. Planned gifts often include cash, real estate, securities, life insurance and other assets.
For example, through planned giving, individuals might choose to:
Bequests are the most common and most flexible means for planning legacy gifts.
After family members are taken care of, individuals often choose to:
Make a Matching Gift
Employee matching gifts (also known as matching funds) are grants an employer makes to match its employees charitable contributions. Usually associated with corporate grant makers, employee matching gifts often are dollar-for-dollar, but some companies will give double or even triple the original donation. Some companies may also give matching gifts for employees’ volunteer efforts.
Procedures vary with each company. Typically, individuals must submit forms to their employers. Sometimes gifts made by spouses and retirees qualify as well. Individuals can obtain more information about matching gifts benefits from their human resources department.
Please send Scarritt Bennett Center a copy of the matching gift paperwork, so that we can be on the look out for the funds and assist your employer in any way possible.
For more information or to discuss these giving opportunities in greater depth, please contact Keith Belton at firstname.lastname@example.org.