The Monarch Society helps people pursue their dreams. It is through generous gifts to the Society that Monarch is able to facilitate learning, growth, and healing for thousands of people across North Carolina. Monarch supports and empowers individuals, helping them exceed expectations and achieve lifelong dreams such as getting a job, living on their own, coping with depression, and getting married.
Many families, friends, and community and business leaders choose to contribute to the Monarch Society annually to pay tribute to people in their own lives who have inspired them to achieve their dreams.
Levels of Giving
($1 to $999)
Contributors believe that everyone deserves the right to pursue their dreams. Members of this Circle make it possible for dreams to take flight by contributing $1 to $999 annually to the Monarch Society.
Dream Maker Circle
($1,000 to $2,499)
These Circle supporters are committed to underwriting the dreams of the people we support. Getting married, going on a vacation, or putting on a pilot’s suit for for a day is a dream come true for someone. The Circle members recognize these dreams by contributing $1,000 to $2,499 annually to the Monarch Society.
($2,500 to $4,999)
This Circle honors those who have provided sustaining leadership for Monarch throughout our existence. Much like our founders in Stanly County over 50 years ago, these Circle members exhibit unwavering commitment by contributing between $2,500 and $4,999 annually to the Monarch Society.
($5,000 and above)
This Circle gives special acknowledgement to those who make a commitment to Monarch with a contribution of $5,000 or more annually to the Monarch Society. This Circle gives parents, families, and community members the chance to express their full commitment to the mission and vision.
The Society of 1958
In 1958, visionary leaders organized to provide educational and summer camp opportunities for children with disabilities. It was their desire to establish a place where people were given the opportunity to dream and succeed. The Society of 1958 recognizes those who make Monarch a part of their estate plans and share our founders’ desire to provide for the future.