How Can I Help?
The Sandy Johnson Foundation is a not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3), charitable organization. Funding for The Foundation is derived from three primary sources. Those sources include corporations and individuals wishing to further the cause and stated mission of The Foundation which is to reduce the occurrence of fatal and life-changing injury accidents on our nation’s highways. The majority of funds for set-up and operational expenses have been provided by Sandy’s husband, Dean Johnson, President and Founder of The Foundation. Dean’s wish is that no one experiences the tragedy and pain that he and his family have had to endure. To that end, Dean also donates his time on a full-time basis to the operation and growth of The Foundation which bears his wife’s name. Dean’s belief is that if one life is saved, the dedication of his life to this cause will not have been in vain.
If you would like to assist the efforts of The Foundation through a financial gift, you may do so by mailing a check or money order made payable to The Sandy Johnson Foundation to the address below.*
For contributions which are being made as a memorial to a family member or friend who was lost due to a vehicular accident, please see Memorial Contributions below.
Your tax deductible gift is sincerely appreciated.
The Sandy Johnson Foundation
7500 Placid Avenue
Worthington, OH 43085
For Memorial Contributions, simply fill in the Memorial Page and submit it to us. Your text if 250 words or less is welcome. This information will be placed on a single page in the section titled In Memoriam, for a 12 month period.
For those wishing to include a photograph, photos may be sent via e-mail or US mail. Please provide a self addressed, stamped envelope for return of your mailed photograph.
(The Sandy Johnson Foundation reserves the right to edit submitted material.)
* For tax purposes, receipts are provided for all contributions of $250 or more or upon request.
PLEASE NOTE: Those who are unable to make a contribution may still have a loved one memorialized by simply completing the Memorial Page and submitting it to us.