Your support ensures older adults remain active and engaged and vulnerable older adults have the services they need.
FiftyForward embraces a social entrepreneur model. We provide free or reduced cost services for those who have limited financial means, and charge fees for programs, memberships and care for customers who can pay market rates. Donations ensure all who desire our services receive them, regardless of their ability to pay.
FiftyForward raises funds through:
financial and in-kind gifts from individuals and corporations
The FiftyForward Endowment, established in 1984, is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the long-range financial future of FiftyForward.
The FiftyForward Endowment Board is led by skilled volunteers who are committed to and have a close association with FiftyForward. Their wealth of experience and expertise ensures the careful stewardship and oversight of invested funds, guides spending policy, and provides education and outreach to champion FiftyForward.
FiftyForward Endowment includes distinct funds for each of our seven centers, plus FiftyForward Living at Home Care Management, FiftyForward Friends Learning in Pairs (FLIP), and FiftyForward Fresh/Meals on Wheels.
A percentage of the FiftyForward Endowment earnings provides annual support to FiftyForward centers and programs.
Thank you for considering a gift to the FiftyForward Endowment. Gifts may be made by:
For more information about FiftyForward Sponsorships, please contact Katie Lamkin
Special Events Coordinator at 615-743-3432 or email@example.com.
More Ways to Help!
AmazonSmile is Amazon.com’s philanthropic site. Rather than logging in to Amazon.com to shop, log on to AmazonSmile and select FiftyForward as the charity you wish to benefit from your purchases. We’ll receive .05% from the purchases of qualified items (and there are COUNTLESS qualified items!).
FiftyForward does not disclose confidential donor information outside the organization. There are no exceptions to this policy. We do not sell or exchange a donor’s personal information with any public, private or nonprofit organization.
The Donor Bill of Rights was created by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and the Giving Institute: Leading Consultants to NonProfits. It has been endorsed by numerous organizations.