SeniorsPlus depends on the generosity of community members to support healthy aging and independent living for its consumers, older adults and adults with disabilities.
Your donation in any amount is greatly appreciated. Together we can enhance life for our community.
- $10 provides training material for a family caregiver of someone with Alzheimer’s disease.
- $50 supports one-on-one Medicare counseling and assistance with paperwork for three older adults.
- $100 provides Meals on Wheels for a month for a homebound older adult.
Options for Giving
Giving can be done in many ways:
You may mail your gift to:
8 Falcon Road
Lewiston, ME 04240
A memorial donation
A personal remembrance that honors the life of a friend, relative or colleague with a gift of love and hope.
A donation is a general contribution to SeniorsPlus to help us continue our valuable programs and services. If you choose, your donation can be given to support a specific program such as Meals on Wheels or Family Caregiver.
Matching Gifts are offered by many companies to encourage their employees to contribute to charitable organizations. Ask your employer if they offer matching gifts.
Gifts of Securities offer significant tax advantages.
- Wills and Bequests (click here to read more about this)
Leaving a legacy for future generations
- Life Income Gifts (click here to read more about this)
Increasing your income with gifts that give back
- Gifts of Insurance (click here to read more about this)
Ensuring life by fighting disease
Charitable IRA rollover gifts are now permanent! President Obama has signed into law a bill that allows donors age 70½ or older to make a rollover gift of up to $100,000 from their IRA to nonprofit organizations without treating the donation as taxable income.
Please note: Your gift is tax deductible as provided by law.
For more information on any of these giving options, please contact Betsy Sawyer-Manter, Executive Director, at 1-800-427-1241 or 795-4010.
SeniorsPlus is a private, non-profit 501 ( c )(3) organization. Our financial position is audited annually. The programs we provide are primarily funded by federal and state grants along with co-payments, municipal funds and United Way funds.