Because of the generosity of people like you, Interfaith is able to provide a wide variety of services and opportunities to older adults throughout the Greater Milwaukee area. But no one can do it alone.

How Can You Help Interfaith?

Donations | Memorial & Honorarium Gifts | Wish List items | Legacy Gifts

Choose Where Your Donation Goes

Your monetary donations are used to enhance social, educational, recreational and wellness programming for older adults and caregivers. You can even tell us how you would like your gift to be used, whether it’s toward our area of greatest need, or to support one of our programs. If it’s more convenient to plan regular contributions, you can easily set up gifting on a monthly or annual basis for a specific amount. This type of planned giving provides us with known funds to work with throughout the year.

Also ask us how matching funds, donor drives, cause-related marketing campaigns and foundation gifts can make a world of difference.

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Honoring Your Loved One in a Special Way

Making a donation to Interfaith on behalf of a loved one, whether alive or deceased, is a generous act that pays tribute to that person. Whether your donation is given in memory of someone, or your gift honors a loved one’s birthday or other special milestone, we will send a personalized card to whomever your donation recognizes.

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Give a Legacy Gift

As part of your overall estate planning, you may choose to leave a gift to Interfaith in your own memory. This can include a large, one-time offering to a specific Interfaith service, a bequest in your will, a gift of securities, or benefits from a trust. This will be your legacy to the future of Interfaith and to the important part we play in the lives of so many of your older neighbors.

Estate gifts and special bequests are particularly welcome to provide future financial support to Interfaith, and strengthen and expand our long-term service offerings. This can include a large, one-time gift to a specific Interfaith service or opportunity, a bequest in your will, a gift of securities, or benefits from a trust.

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Wish List Items

We also rely on in-kind donations to fulfill some of our program needs. From items as small as a postage stamp, to unique items like medical equipment, in-kind gifts help us fulfill our mission. Items commonly needed include:

  • Gas cards for volunteer drivers
  • Grocery gift cards for older adults and caregivers
  • U.S. postage stamps for mailing greeting cards to older adults and caregivers
  • Stationery, greeting cards, pens, paper
  • Office supplies, white board markers

Senior Center & Senior Dining Site needs:

  • Centerpieces and/or paper placements for celebrations at Senior Dining sites
  • White rags for wiping down tables (dollar store variety works fine)
  • 1-inch dial, instant-read thermometers (only those able to be re-calibrated)
  • Flame-resistant oven mitts
  • Arts and crafts supplies

Personal care equipment:

  • Basic Geri manikin (carry case optional)
  • Hydraulic Hoyer lift: electric preferred, holds up to 425 lbs.
  • Manual wheelchair with removable armrests: standard adult size with footrests (18" x 16" or 18" x 18")

We request that personal care items be new, or used but in good condition.

Can you provide any items from our wish list?
Contact Us

Phone: 414-291-7500
development@interfaithmilw.org

Mailing Address

Interfaith Older Adult Programs
600 W. Virginia St. Suite 300
Milwaukee, WI 53204

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Plan Your Contributions in Advance

Interfaith Older Adult Programs places tremendous value on donor contributions and feels so grateful for all the help you provide. It’s what enables us to offer high-quality services and opportunities to older adults and caregivers in the Milwaukee area.

In making donations to Interfaith, you may decide it’s more convenient to plan regular contributions. You can easily set up consistent gifting on a monthly or annual basis for a specific dollar amount. This type of planned giving provides Interfaith with known funds to work with throughout the year.

As a friend of Interfaith, you can also remember us as part of your overall estate planning. Estate gifts and special bequests are particularly welcome to provide future financial support to Interfaith and strengthen and expand our long-term service offerings. This can include a large one-time gift to a specific Interfaith service or opportunity, a bequest in your will, a gift of securities, or benefits from a trust. Individual gifts to our Annual Appeal also provide essential operating assistance.

Your time, talent and financial support are so very appreciated at Interfaith!

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