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As a nonprofit we depend on financial support from the community in order to provide the services we offer. Below are several ways to donate. If you have any questions regarding your donation, please call our office at (828) 692-4203. 

Donate $10

A donation as small as $10 can cover the cost of two meals for an at-risk older adult.

Donate $10

Donate $25

 A donation of just $25 provides lunch for an at-risk older adult for one week. 

Donate $25 Monthly

Donate $50

A donation of $50 will pay for 10 meals for an older adult unable to prepare meals for themselves.

Donate $100

$100 will cover twenty-five meals for seniors unable to prepare meals for themselves.

Donate $250

Larger donations help offset larger costs such as maintenance for our delivery vans.

Donate $500

A donation of $500 can cover the cost of 100 meals to help feed people in the community.

Other Ways to Contribute

Bequests in Wills and Trusts: A donor can provide in a will or trust for a gift to theCouncil on Aging for Henderson County upon the donor's death.

Individual Retirement Accounts, or IRAs: A donor can designate the Council on Aging for Henderson County or any of our programs as the beneficiary of an IRA.

Charitable Gift Annuities (CGAs): A donor can transfer cash or marketable securities to the Council on Aging for Henderson County in exchange for a current income tax deduction and fixed annual payments for life.

Charitable Remainder Annuity Trusts (CRATs), and Charitable Remainder Unitrusts

(CRUTs): A donor can retain a fixed or variable income for life or for a fixed term of years, claim a current income tax deduction and make a future gift to the Council on Aging for Henderson County.

Charitable Lead Annuity Trusts (CLATs) and Charitable Lead Unitrusts (CLUTs): A donor can give a fixed or variable annual amount to the Council on Aging for Henderson County for either a fixed term of years or the life of one or more individuals. Upon termination, the trust distributes its remaining assets to the donor or to one or more individuals the donor has specified.

Life Insurance: A donor can name the Council on Aging for Henderson County as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

Life Estate Agreements: A donor can transfer title to a personal residence or other property to the Council on Aging for Henderson County while retaining the right to occupy and enjoy full use of the property for a term of years or the lifetime of one or more individuals.