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Every gift makes a difference at Holly Ridge Center. Our donors and corporate partners help us deliver our mission and to help each individual we serve live to their fullest potential. As a donor, you help ensure that children receive needed services and therapies and adults with differing abilities find meaningful work and contributing members of our community.

We depend on the generosity our community members like you! Make a gift today, or take a look at the other ways you can support Holly Ridge Center!

Do you know that about 85 percent of the human brain develops in the first three years of life? Holly Ridge Center does and that is why this agency has been so successful since 1963. On average, 30% of children graduating from Holly Ridge Center do not need any further specialized services. Help our agency continue to provide our community with the best early intervention services available.

Please email if you have questions or wish to discuss which giving options best fit your interests and plans for the future.

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Every gift makes a difference at Holly Ridge Center. Our donors and corporate partners help us deliver our mission and to help each individual we serve live to their fullest potential.

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We hope you will consider including Holly Ridge Center in your estate or financial plans. By including Holly Ridge Center in your will or estate plan, you may enjoy financial or tax benefits and help sustain our work for generations to come.

We would be happy to talk with you in more detail about your philanthropic desires, but here is some basic information to get you started:

The simplest way to make a planned gift is a bequest in your will. Or, you can establish a trust that will enable you to contribute to Holly Ridge Center while providing you with income, helping you meet your current and long-term financial and philanthropic needs. You also can designate Holly Ridge Center as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, life insurance policy, bank account or security.

To discuss your planned gift, please contact Erica Delma at 360.479.9023 or email her at All requests for information are confidential.  For more information on planned giving visit Leave 10 Kitsap.

Please let us know if you have already included Holly Ridge Center in your estate or financial plans.

There are many options available to those who wish to include Holly Ridge Center in their long-range planning. The information on our web site will help you get started, but it is general and does not apply to all individuals. You should consult your tax, legal or financial adviser concerning the specific details and consequences of making a planned gift to Holly Ridge Center and to help you determine which approach is best for you.

Unrestricted and Restricted Gifts

Unrestricted: Gifts that do not restrict the use (unrestricted gifts) are especially appreciated and are of more value as they allow Holly Ridge Center to allocate resources where the needs are the greatest.

Restricted: We are also grateful for gifts that are designated for a specific purpose that advances its mission (restricted gifts), such as support to a specific initiative or for a specific program.

If you are interested in making a restricted gift, it is important that you include specific language to ensure that Holly Ridge Center may re-direct the use of your gift if the specified initiative, program, or purpose ceases to need funds in the future. Please contact us if you wish to make a restricted gift.

Retirement Plans

Certain retirement plans, such as IRAs, 401(k), 403(b), and Keoghs, allow individuals to defer paying taxes on a portion of their income until the assets are withdrawn during retirement years. However, after a person’s death, these accounts are often exposed to taxes. Therefore, you may find it beneficial to contribute all or part of these funds while leaving other assets to your heirs.

Simply name Holly Ridge Center a beneficiary of your retirement plan. You will retain complete control during your lifetime, and you can change your beneficiary at any time if your circumstances change.

Please note: You also may be eligible to make annual charitable gifts using funds withdrawn from retirement accounts, eliminating the income tax that would otherwise be due on such withdrawals.

Life Insurance Policies

An easy and straightforward method of philanthropic giving is through life insurance policies. We welcome gifts of life insurance when the policy is paid in full and Holly Ridge Center is named as the owner and the irrevocable beneficiary of the policy.
owner and the irrevocable beneficiary of the policy.

We are happy to accept gifts of life insurance policies that are not paid in full at the time of the gift when the policy:

  • Can be surrendered as of the date of the gift for its current value
  • Can be converted as of the date of the gift to a reduced face amount
  • Has sufficient value as of the date of the gift to keep it in effect without payment of any additional premiums

We will also gladly accept benefits payable under a life insurance policy where Holly Ridge Center is a named beneficiary or contingent beneficiary under the policy, whether the policy is owned by Holly Ridge Center or not.

Bequests and Wills

The simplest way to make a planned gift is by naming Holly Ridge Center in your will. A bequest is a meaningful way to support our work without affecting your cash flow during your lifetime. Your attorney can include it when you prepare or revise your will or you can add a codicil at any time.

There are several types of bequests:

  • Specific: A specific bequest indicates the amount of cash, securities or other asset you wish to leave to the Foundation. Or it can indicate a specific percentage of the total value of your estate.
  • Residual: A residuary bequest leaves the remaining portion of your estate (or a percentage of the total) after all other bequests have been satisfied.
  • Contingent: You can make Holly Ridge Center the recipient of a contingency bequest, which takes into account the possibility of a change in your beneficiary’s circumstances. For example, you might leave the Holly Ridge Center a bequest if another heir predeceases you.
Charitable Trusts

A charitable trust is a flexible way to serve your current and long-term financial and philanthropic interests. Through a charitable trust, a donor gives cash, stock, real estate, or other assets to a trust, which is invested and managed by a professional financial institution of the donor’s choice. Once created, a charitable trust is irrevocable. Charitable trusts take two forms — charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts.

A charitable remainder trust allows you to designate the beneficiary of regular payouts from trust proceeds (for either a fixed dollar amount or a fixed percentage) during your lifetime or for a period of time, not to exceed twenty years. At the same time, Holly Ridge Center is designated a remainder beneficiary. This allows you to claim a tax deduction for the estimated portion of the assets that will ultimately go to the Foundation upon death or the expiration of the fixed period.

A charitable lead trust appeals to individuals who wish to make a gift but retain the property. Through a charitable lead trust, you can designate the Clinton Foundation as the beneficiary of annual payments from the trust, allowing the donor to avoid taxes on the income during the fixed period of time or until the end of the donor’s life. At the end of the period or at death, the remainder is distributed to your heirs.

Bank Accounts and Securities

One of the easiest ways to make a gift to Holly Ridge Center is by designating it the ultimate recipient of a bank account, certificate of deposit, or security. You can instruct any financial institution in which you have an account or the holder of a security to place your asset in a trust (often called a Totten Trust) to be transferred, upon death, directly to an organization or individual. This will allow you to use the asset during your lifetime and to give the remaining asset to Holly Ridge Center upon your death.

Most Totten Trusts can be created easily, using a form obtained from your financial institution or the holder of the account or security.


In addition to making a donation online, there are a variety of ways you can donate to support the life-changing work of Holly Ridge Center.

Make a Gift of stock, donate from your ira, or make wire transfer

Holly Ridge Center would be grateful for any gift of stock, donation from your IRA or donation in the form of a wire transfer.

To make a gift in any of these ways, please email Erica Delma or call 360.479.9023.

Donations by mail

Please mail your donation to:
Holly Ridge Center

5112 NW Taylor Road

Bremerton, WA 98312-8837


We hope that you will consider including Holly Ridge Center in your estate or financial plans. A planned gift can help ensure that our work endures for future generations. Whatever approach you choose, your gift will honor the children and adults with differing abilities whom we serve. There are many options available to those who wish to include Holly Ridge Center in their long-range planning.


One of the easiest ways to increase your gift to Holly Ridge Center is through your employer’s matching gift program. To learn if your employer will match your donation, please check with your human resources department to learn about your company’s matching gift program.

Corporate Support

Corporate partnerships help support Kitsap and North Mason Counties’ best early intervention program achieve its mission to help children with developmental delays and disabilities reach their greatest potential. Holly Ridge Center hosts a variety of events throughout the year. You can find more information here.

  • To become a sponsor, please email Erica Delma or call 360.479.9023
Other Fundraising Support

We are lucky to work with a variety of others in the community who support Holly Ridge through outside events and activities.

  • If you wish to discuss a fundraising activity hosted by you or your organization, please contact Erica Delma at 360.479.9023
Federal and State Employee Campaigns
  • Federal Employees use #60287 to designate your CFC pledge to Holly Ridge Center. To learn more, visit the Greater Olympic Peninsula Combined Federal Campaign website.
  • Washington State Employees use #0315963 to designate your CFD pledge to Holly Ridge Center. 
To learn more, visit the Washington State Combined Fund Drive website.
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Additional Note

Holly Ridge Center Community: Here is an update to our programs and how we are providing services to our community. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay tuned.

Infant Toddler Program:  Holly Ridge Center continues to have the health and safety of the children and families we serve as well as our staff in the forefront of our decision making.  Currently many families are participating in services via teleintervention using Zoom and its additional security features.  Educators, therapists and Family Resources Coordinators are staying connected to families via teleintervention, phone, email and texts.  If you haven’t tried teleintervention services yet, via the Zoom platform, please consider participating, our providers are finding fun and creative ways to make these appointments special and productive.

We want families to know that this decision was not made lightly – Holly Ridge has decided that in-person playgroups and group sessions will continue to be paused until September.  If you have specific questions, please contact your provider.

Adult Employment Services: Adult Employment Services program is supporting their individuals based on their current employment status, goals and service needs.

For those needing support as they perform their essential personnel functions in public, we are practicing social distancing & stay healthy guidelines and for those Self-isolating we are reaching out in various virtual forms.