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Donors

Because SAWs does not charge low-income, permanently disabled persons for their ramps, we depend on the generosity of individuals, churches, corporations and nonprofit organizations to support our efforts. SAWs gratefully recognizes the generosity of our Major Gift and Planned Giving Donors below.

Legacy Society

The SAWs Legacy Society is comprised of individuals who have shared with us their provisions to include SAWs in their estate plans. Their future gifts to SAWs include bequests, retirement assets and life insurance. Planned gifts are important for ensuring the sustainability of SAWs over the long term, through the ups and downs of future economic cycles. We are profoundly grateful for the forward thinking of these individuals and their decisions to entrust these meaningful gifts to SAWs.

  • David and Judy Ditzler
  • Julie Finke
  • Joe and Cecilia Keller
  • Tom and Jennifer Lipinski
  • Mike and Laura Mathews
  • Ana and Bob Sweet

For more information on how to make a planned gift, read our resource on how to make charitable bequests and beneficiary designations. To inform us that you have included SAWs in your estate plan, please contact Emily Reynolds, at ereynolds@sawsramps.org

$250 – $999.99

  • Bethlehem United Methodist Church
  • Corvette Indy
  • Cripe Charitable Foundation, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation
  • Dearborn Hills United Methodist Church
  • EdgeIt
  • First United Methodist Church
  • Gillman, Inc.
  • Kayak Pools
  • Ripley County Community Foundation
  • Salsbery Brothers Landscaping
  • Sulphur Springs Christian Church
  • United Way of Central Indiana
  • United Way of Whitewater Valley


**Donor levels are recognized based on the amount given annually