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To be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us, we have two questions to carefully answer.

         – Where should I give?
         – How should I give?

Where should I give?

Faith-based nonprofits needs and priorities are highly complex; good stewardship calls us to make strategic choices. To those who are able, it is our responsibility to help provide funding to fulfill the lives of those who are not. WINGS is a faith based community, independent of government subsidies where tuition must be subsidized 66% through funding above tuition.

As a partner with WINGS, you will support adults with special needs you desire to live independent, fulfilled lives through social, vocational, and residential community.

How should I give?

When most of us think of giving a gift, we tend to go to our checkbooks to determine what we can give. While cash is a simple way to give, there is a host of other ways that might allow you to make much larger gifts than you could otherwise afford to give. For example, you might want to give:

  • Monthly
  • Quarterly
  • Annually
  • One Time Gift

Whats Next? How should I give?

The easiest and most convenient way to give is right here, online [DONATE NOW button above]. Online giving is secure and handled by a third-party vendor, Network for Good. *You may also setup monthly, recurring giving through online giving.

You can also mail a check to:
WINGS, A Special Needs Community
13700 N. Eastern Ave
Edmond, OK 73013

For questions concerning giving, please email or call us:
info@wingsok.org
405.242.4646

Other Ways to Give

Planned Giving

Including WINGS in your estate plans is a special way to leave a lasting legacy. Learn more about making a planned gift to WINGS: A Special Needs Community by emailing us at info@wingsok.org or calling us at (405) 242-4646.

Make a one-time gift.

Give in honor or memory of someone [part of our online giving]. Make a gift through a corporate matching program or employee workplace campaign. To learn more please email info@wingsok.org or call (405) 242-4646.