Our Donors Make a Big Impact

Since 2012 more than 2,000 donors who have given to Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services have made the lives of veterans and their families better. In 2022, nearly 200 donors didn’t just make an investment, they had an impact with more than 302 donations. These donations include gifts from individuals, major donors, family foundations and corporations. Many individual donations include recurring monthly donors who spread their gifts out over the year and had some of the greatest impact. 

Our donation process is easy, and online donations were the most frequently utilized, followed by individual donations through third party entities such as Facebook, Blackbaud and Thrivent Choice. 

Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services is a member of The Fedcap Group, a global network of top-tier nonprofit agencies. The Fedcap Group serves as the fiscal agent for Dixon Center and as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and provides our back-office support. This includes human resources, finance and accounting, legal services, information technology and many other functions. 
 
Dixon Center’s operating highlights are part of The Fedcap Group’s comprehensive financial statement package. Based on audited financial statements ending September 30, 2021, 88% of Fedcap’s total expenditures went directly toward programming. This demonstrates that The Fedcap Group is an effective steward of its resources. 

As we enter into 2023, please consider Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services in your annual charitable giving. No gift is too small, and your contribution goes a long way toward empowering veterans and their families to succeed where they live.

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