The Bright Collective is a community of individuals contributing $250 or more to fuel Bright Pink’s proactive approach to breast and ovarian cancer prevention.
More About Your Membership
While membership begins at a gift of $250, there are a variety of Bright Collective giving levels that allow you to deepen your investment to meet your individual philanthropic and social impact goals. Upon joining the Bright Collective, Bright Pink will send you curated news to keep you informed about our mission-driven work and landscape. All members of the Bright Collective will receive a unique digital welcome kit. Additional membership benefits create a tailored experience for our closest stakeholders and most generous investors.
I'm not sure what kind of gift I'd like to make. Can I talk to someone about my options?
Absolutely! Our team of dedicated staff members will walk you through giving options. Simply contact Lindsay DeThorne, Senior Development Manager at 708.925.4163 or [email protected]
Can I become a Bright Collective member by sending my gift in the mail?
Yes! Just make checks payable to Bright Pink and send it to our headquarters along with your contact information at:
c/o Development Department, Bright Collective
670 N Clark Street, Suite 2
Chicago, IL 60654
What platform do you use for processing online payments?
Bright Pink uses Classy, a third party platform, to process Bright Collective gifts. Classy is a GoDaddy Verified and Secured platform.
Do I get a receipt for the gifts I make to the Bright Collective?
Yes. An acknowledgement letter will be sent to you at the address you provide. If you select a recurring donation, you will receive an acknowledgement letter for the first gift, and then a final letter at the end of the year providing annual totals. For mail, stock gifts, or wire transfers, a formal acknowledgement letter will also be sent via mail.
Are my Bright Collective gifts tax deductible?
Yes. Bright Pink is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your donation receipts as your official record.