Donations

Giving any time of the year is one of life's greatest joys. Your gifts to AccessAbility, Inc. will provide opportunities for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. There are several advantages of giving to a nonprofit organization such as AccessAbility, Inc. The Charitable Giving Tax Relief Bill passed in 1999, in Minnesota, allows all donors (itemizers and non-itemizers) to get a tax deduction for their contributions.

The following are ways you can provide opportunities for people and benefit from your generosity, at the same time.

Cash Donations

Cash is still the most popular type of gift because it is simple to give, immediately effective, and easily earmarked for the current needs of our organization.  What your gift means:

  • $20 will purchase supplies for a recreation/leisure activity.

  • $48 will provide transportation to and from a Community Employment work site.

  • $500 will provide a commercial vacuum cleaner for a janitorial crew.

  • $1,500 will provide training and placement over three months for an individual transitioning from welfare to work.

  • In-Kind Donations

    There are many items, big and small, that we have on our Wish List.
    Visit our Wish List page and let us know if you have something you would like to donate. For more information, call Kay at 612-852-1809 or send her an e-mail at kkammen@accessability.org

    Memorials and Honor Gifts

    The gift ideas described will make appropriate memorial or honor gifts, and the same tax advantages apply.

    Employer Matching Gift Programs

    Employers recognize the importance of giving back to the community and encourage their employees to financially support eligible nonprofit organizations. Many employers have Employee Gift-Matching programs that will match the gifts their employees give to their favorite organizations. Please inquire if your employer has one of these programs.

    Life Insurance

    Life insurance policies can make meaningful gifts. You can name AccessAbility, Inc. as owner, beneficiary, secondary or final beneficiary of your new or existing policy. Several levels of charitable deductions are available depending on the kind of insurance policy.

    Securities and Real Estate

    Stocks, bonds, mutual funds and real estate that have increased in value since their purchase make attractive gifts. Rather than dipping into current cash flow to make substantial gifts, you may find it in your best interest to give these assets.

       

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    or mail your
    donation to:

    AccessAbility, Inc.
    360 Hoover St.
    Minneapolis, MN 55413

     
     

    Wish List