Madison County Office for the Aging Accepts Donations in Many Ways
Ways to contribute include:
The Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc sends out four direct mail campaigns each year, encouraging support of the agency. In addition, you can give to the Office for the Aging at any time by contacting us at 697-5700 or by mailing your gift to: Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc, 138 Dominic Bruno Blvd., Canastota, NY 13032.
Memorials and Tributes
A gift in remembrance of your loved one can provide a lasting memory of what they meant to you and the people in their life. Contribution envelopes are available at funeral homes in Madison County or may be obtained by contacting the Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc at 315-697-5700. Acknowledgement of your gift will be sent to family members.
Employer Matching Gift Programs
Does your company have a matching gifts program? Many local businesses including National Grid, United Technologies/Carrier, Verizon, NYSEG and Lockheed Martin have programs which match employee contributions dollar-for-dollar. Learn more about your company's program by checking with your personnel or HR office.
Workplace Donation Programs
The Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc can be designated through SEFA campaigns. Be sure to designate your funds for the Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc.
Gifts of Stock
Many friends choose to make a contribution to the Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc through a gift of stock that has appreciated substantially over the years. Details on how to make such a gift, which often has a lower cost to the contributer, can be obtained by contacting the Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc at 697-5700.
Almost everyone appreciates the importance of estate planning to assure comfort, support and financial security of our loved ones. Your personal situation may also allow you to remember charities such as the Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc. The inclusion of a bequest in your will is a significant way to assist the Office for the Aging. Such a gift can help to assure the continued quality of services provided to Madison County senior citizens. Through your bequests, you will have the personal satisfaction of knowing that you are contributing to the future of the Office for the Aging and the quality of life for the older people it serves.
More information on bequests is available here.