When you support Friends For Life, your gift makes a difference!
The work that we do is made possible by people like you – people who want to help us change lives. What we do isn’t hard as long as we focus on each individual person who needs our help. We’d like to help everyone who needs our help because we are providing services not offered by other nonprofits in the areas we serve. If we can’t help, they won’t get help. You can make a difference in the lives of the elderly and people with disabilities with a donation to support Friends for Life.
- 3’x5′ Industrial floor mats for entrance to Adult Day Care Center
- Gift Cards to HEB, Wal-mart, or Target
- Postage stamps
- Non-perishable food for our Independent Living Food Pantry
A life insurance policy that has outlived it’s original purpose can be used to help Friends for Life serve the elderly and people with disabilities. You can do this by naming Friends for Life as owner or beneficiary and possibly experience tax benefits.
Please consider Friends for Life in your will and estate planning. In your will you can insure that your estate is distributed as you choose. And, in addition to caring for loved ones, you can help elderly and people with disabilities who are in need by including Friends for Life in your will.
Stocks, bonds and mutual funds are common types of securities and you can choose to make a gift of securities to Friends for Life. In addition to helping Friends for Life serve the elderly and people with disabilities, you can claim the full appreciated value of the securities as a charitable contribution and usually avoid capital gains tax.
Giving from your Workplace
If you are a government employee, you can give through the Combined Federal, Combined State or Combined County Campaign and designate an amount you would like to have contributed to Friends for Life from each paycheck. Please call Norman at 254.772.8100 ext 102 for more information.
If your company has a Matching Gifts Program, they may match your contribution to Friends for Life.
Payable on Death Accounts
A Payable on Death Account allows you to designate who will receive funds upon your death. This designation can be made with banks, brokerage firms, retirement funds, etc. As the owner of the account, you have the ability to change or cancel it s you wish. Payable on Death Accounts are distributed more quickly as they do not involve probate.