Over the years we have been blessed with many people, organizations and foundations who support us financially. You may be among them. Many of our donors give because they want to be a part of our work in helping make the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities a little easier.
We pledge to be accountable to you and transparent in how your funds are used. We support all the tenets of the Donor Bill of Rights as developed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals and leading nonprofit and philanthropic organizations.
(Click here to see the Bill of Rights)
There are many ways you can support us.
Many people give of their time by becoming a volunteer.
Our volunteers are the backbone of our organization!
Check out the Become A Volunteer page for more information.
You can also support us financially.
Financial support from local individuals and community groups is our mainstay.
These funds support our core functions of serving people in need.
The funds we receive from public sources and private foundations serve to enhance our core program and support new initiatives.
We currently receive about 43% of our annual revenues from local sources.
Our goal is to increase that percentage to 60% over the next 5 years to reduce our reliance on government sources.
Supporters help us through our Annual Direct Appeal, year-round donations, multi-year pledges,
and by participating in our “Annual Raffle” in the Spring.
We also invite bequests and memorial gifts.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization so your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
(Click here to see our IRS Letter of Determination)