The Giving Tree

Non-profits need us now more than ever

It feels good to give, and even better to see the direct impact giving makes in our own community. Right now our Giving Tree non-profit partners need our support more than ever.

Here are a few opportunities to support locally at a level meaningful to you. Use the links below to give without leaving your home.

Verrado’s Nature of Giving

Verrado heroes have potentially saved more than 2,000 lives at our semi-annual blood drives.

The spirit of giving in Verrado is an important part of our community. Residents and community partners work together to bring this vision of giving and commitment to philanthropy to life.

The Verrado Assembly’s Giving Tree program began with a handful of likeminded residents committed to philanthropic initiatives. The Giving Tree is a majestic Southern Live Oak planted on our community’s Grand Lawn that symbolizes our community’s philanthropic spirit.

The first charity event associated with The Giving Tree was the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Buckeye in 2007, which brought the greater Verrado community together in the fight against cancer. In subsequent years, several fundraisers joined the effort.

Today, Verrado’s caring spirit continues to grow through The Giving Tree program. The program facilitates accessible volunteer and philanthropic opportunities to all residents through our diverse nonprofit partners.

Joy of Giving provides approximately 5,000 Buckeye families with a Christmas they would not otherwise have.

Our Nonprofit Partners

Get to know some of our nonprofit partners through videos on our YouTube channel. If you’re with one of our partner organizations, let us know about your successes through our Partner Initiative Impact Report form.

Verrado comes together with Summit Community Church every spring to pack meals for malnourished children all over the world through Feed My Starving Children.

Get Involved

  • Connect with one of our nonprofit partners to learn more about existing opportunities to serve in and around Verrado.
  • Use the Request for Assistance Form to request support for a nonprofit.
  • Use the Volunteer Interest Form to match your service interest with opportunities (residents only).
  • Contact Rhiannon Miett with questions.