Join us in participating with this week’s #Charituesday contest! We’ve chosen two non-profit organizations from the Fox 2 Gift Giving Guide for a chance to win a $1,000 gift certificate to Gardner-White! No matter what, both organizations will receive at least a $500 gift certificate to Gardner-White – however – the winning organization will receive a $1,000 gift certificate! Vote for your favorite organization below and join us by donating benefit to our community. #GWCommunityHelp
(VOTE ONCE PER DAY FROM 8/29/17 AT 10:00 A.M. THROUGH 9/5/17 AT 10:00 A.M.)
Accounting Aid Society (AAS) helps grow an economy that works for everyone in Detroit and southeast Michigan through the delivery of
programs and services that strengthen economic self-sufficiency and financial potential. These include individual income tax services; personal financial coaching; tax debt relief and IRS dispute resolution; and sound financial management practices for small businesses. Through a combination of coaching, education, and individual actions, AAS touched the lives of more than 26,000 in 2016 by delivering 42,000 services
that facilitated an economic impact of $28 million to the region.
– New or used laptop computers and tablets
– Printing services
– Bottled water and snacks for about 700 volunteers who donate more than 18,000 hours annually
Volunteers are the cornerstone of our programs and services, and we depend on volunteers year-round.
– Tax prep volunteers (training provided)
– Financial coaches (training provided)
– Pro bono CPA, Enrolled Agent, and attorneys (for Low Income Taxpayer Clinic)
– Administrative assistants, phone appointment agents, IT assistants
St. Anne’s Mead has a 51-year legacy of caring for older adults with the highest quality in assisted living, extended / nursing care and will open a state-of-the-art memory care home in 2018. As a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, St. Anne’s Mead also educates the public-at-large on how to communicate effectively with someone living with dementia, how to prevent elder abuse and other issues to help our seniors live the best quality life possible. Memory care is a great and growing need in our society. Currently, 5 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. By 2050, this number is expected to nearly triple to 14 million.
– New or gently used wheel chair accessible passenger van
– Arts and crafts supplies
– Stackable chairs for meeting & community rooms
– Event volunteers