Donor Support

As a private, non-profit organization, MORE is primarily dependent upon state and federal funding to provide services to adults with disabilities.  Many expenses are not covered by this funding; resulting in a gap that can be filled only by private donation.  There are many ways our friends can help us.  Here are a few examples:

By donating:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Goods
  • Services

MORE can serve as the beneficiary of:

  • Insurance Policies
  • Retirement Funds
  • Trust Funds
  • Other Planned Giving Opportunities

By Volunteering:

  • In program – donate your time and energy working with adults with disabilities.
  • Special Events – help us with one or more of our annual events
  • Fund Raising – help with our fund raising efforts.

Planned Giving Options

Think about all of the various ways you may make a donation that will change lives, including the following:

  • Cash
  • Tangible Personal Property
  • Securities
  • Real Estate
  • Life Insurance
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Retirement Plan Beneficiary Designations
  • Bequests

Donations made to MORE are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.  Please check with your financial professionals to discuss your particular situation.   Call us for a list of professional advisors who could assist you, or for more information on ways to give.

Wish List

MORE is in need of the following items.  If you have anything on the list at home and don’t need it, we’d really appreciate the donation of any of the following items:

  • Tables
  • Sturdy stackable or folding chairs
  • New Computers and accessories including flat monitors
  • Small office desk in good condition with top front drawer and side drawers
  • Garden tools
  • Art supplies
  • New carpeting
  • Acoustic Guitars
  • Vans or pickup trucks in good working order