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The easiest way to support CEC’s future is to make a donation using our online form here. During the donation process, you may designate a tribute in honor of or in memory of someone. 

Donate Here (Members)

Donate Here (Non-Members)

Other Ways to Donate

By Mail

Send checks payable to CEC to:
CEC Endowments
c/o Chad Rummel
3100 Clarendon Boulevard, #600
Arlington, VA 22201

 

Please indicate the name of the endowment in the memo line of your check. Undesignated donations will be added to the Fund for the Future.

Facebook Fundraising

Create your own fundraiser to recognize CEC, a teacher, a student, a birthday or any special event by visiting our Facebook fundraising page: https://www.facebook.com/fund/cechq/.  

Employer Matching

Many corporate employers offer donation matching. If your employer offers this, simply provide the necessary information to CEC Executive Director Chad Rummel.

Legacy Giving

When you include CEC in your estate planning, you are making a long-lasting mark on special education. In addition, you legacy gift ensures that you are making your own philanthropic goals, as well.

By making CEC a part of your estate planning, you can:

  • Ensure the long-lasting impact CEC has on the field of special education;
  • Support programs and endowments that means the most to you;
  • Support current programs or  or potentially create new ones;

There are many options to leaving a legacy gift to CEC:

  • Charitable bequests:  Leave your legacy by making a bequest to CEC in your estate or will. 
  • Retirement plans:  Identify CEC as a beneficiary in your retirement account.
  • Life insurance:  Identify CEC as the recipient part of your life insurance policy. These gifts come without federal or estate taxes and maximizes your gift to the field.

To discuss legacy giving, contact Executive Director Chad Rummel.

Last Updated:  26 July, 2021

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