Ways to Give

Thank you for considering a tax-deductible contribution.

Online

Please visit our secure online donation center to make a credit card donation.

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By Mail

Please mail your check made payable to Senior Services to:

Senior Services, Inc.
2895 Shorefair Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27105

Bank Draft

Please use our bank draft form to start convenient regular draft from your account. Just print out the form and enclose a voided check or an account deposit slip, then mail the form to Senior Services at the address above.

Matching Gifts

Double the impact of your gift to Senior Services by submitting a matching gift form from your employer, if you work for a business that matches their employees’ charitable gifts.  One out of three employees, in fact, is eligible to have employers match their contributions, and below is a list of just a few of the employers in our area who match their employees’ gifts.

Your donation will be recognized as the total of your gift PLUS your employer’s match.

Thank you for considering this important opportunity to increase your charitable giving power.

For more information, please call 336-725-0907.

Aetna
Bank of America
Corn Products Int’l
Deutsche Bank
Glaxo Smith Kline

Macy’s
Pepsico
Pfizer
Piedmont Natural Gas
Prudential

Reynolds American
Tyco
UBS
Wells Fargo

Stock Transfer

If your stock is held at a brokerage firm, electronic transfer is an efficient way to make a gift to Senior Services, Inc. Just notify your brokers and let them know you want to transfer shares to Senior Services. Then, ask them to contact our Development Office at 336-721-6961 for complete transfer instructions.

Gifts Through Wills and Estates

Making Senior Services, Inc., part of your estate plans is the best way to support our mission for years to come. Your generosity can continue to provide assistance for homebound seniors well into the future.

The Senior Services EIN # is 56-1085968

For more information please call the Development Office at 336-721-6908.

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