Your generous gift is a tax-deductible contribution and helps support our mission of establishing Bottoms Up Patient/Family Support Funds within hospitals and physicians' offices! Please help us continue our mission to help patients and their families with covering the high cost of health care and other expenses associated to living with Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis.
A tribute gift in honor or in memory of a loved one is an impactful way to acknowledge someone's legacy. Your gift will make a memorable difference in the lives of our IBD patients and their families that will last for years.
Simply complete this Tribute Form and mail to: Bottoms Up
Attn: Tribute Gifts
35 East Main Street, Suite 167
Avon, CT 06001
Celebrations bring together friends and family for a memorable and meaningful moment in our lives. Traditionally, party planners have given favors to their guests as a gesture of appreciation for their attendance, a memento of the occasion. In recent times, tradition has changed and many party planners are opting to make donations to charitable organizations in lieu of favors.
Individuals - You may create an account using the Round Up Program, link your cards securely, and the extra change from each transaction you make will be "rounded up" and donated every month to Bottoms Up!
Businesses - You may add the app to your register and ask customers to Round Up for Bottoms Up. To learn more, please contact us or call 860.301.7332.
We love working with our valued partners and sponsors to showcase their industries and contributions to our non-profit and their tremendous support to patients and families living with IBD.
Special Thanks to FLEET FEET
for sponsoring our MOTHER's DAY 5K!
Would you like to become a partner and/or sponsor, contact us today or call 860.301.7332.
Would you like to establish a Bottoms Up Patient/Family Support Fund in your facility or practice? Would you like to display our brochures to raise awareness for Bottoms Up?
Please contact us or call 860.301.7332 and let's start the candid conversation!