Ways to Give to the Rhode Island APDA
Make an online donation
You can make a one-time or recurring donation to the Rhode Island chapter of APDA. Your donation can also be made in dedication to someone of your choosing.
Many companies have employee matching gifts programs, through which they will match your donations to nonprofit organizations. Please contact your company’s human resources office to find out if they have a Matching Gift Program and double your donation today!
If you have any questions about Matching Gifts please send an email to Jgoolic@apdaparkinson.org
The Charitable Gift Annuity
Charitable giving doesn’t have to be a one-way proposition. It is possible to make a charitable gift and actually have a stream of payments flow back to you – all while generating valuable income tax benefits. A charitable gift annuity lets you do just that.
A CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY is simply a contract between a donor and a charity, such as the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc., of a specified amount. We agree to make specified annual payments, paid in equal quarterly installments, for life to one or two beneficiaries.
A DEFERRED GIFT ANNUITY allows a person to make a current gift, delay receipt of the payments until some pre-selected future date, and still qualify for an income tax charitable deduction now. For retirement-planning purposes, this date can be selected to coincide with the anticipated date of retirement. A charitable gift annuity to the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. offers many attractive benefits for the security-minded individual. It is a powerful planning tool.
To obtain a copy of our brochure or for further information please contact us at: 1-800-223-2732.
Please note: Regulation of gift annuities varies from state to state. It may not be possible for the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. to issue gift annuities in certain states.
Donate your Vehicle
By donating your car to the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), you can improve quality of life for families, caregivers, and all those impacted by the disease.