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#89 Christian Appalachian Project
- $139 Million
Category domestic needs Country United States Top Person Guy Adams Website www.christianapp.org Fiscal Year End авг 31, 2011 Total Revenues $139 M Headquarters Hagerhill, Kentucky
The Christian Appalachian Project is an interdenominational Christian organization committed working with people in need in Appalachia. It provides physical, spiritual and emotional support through a wide variety of programs and services.
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Help us provide for the basic needs of individuals and families staying at our shelter by donating bedding, clothing, and other needed items.
- Pillows (new)
- Coats & Jackets (all sizes)
- Jeans & Warm clothing (all sizes)
- Boots & Shoes (all sizes)
- Socks (all sizes)
- Underwear (new, all sizes)
- Blankets (twin, full, & queen)
- Diapers (sizes 3-5)
- Baby Bottles & Formula
The Road Home is happy to accept donations of gently used items. We ask that all donations be clean and in good condition when they are donated.
Spring/Summer Needs List
Homelessness is not just a problem during the holidays and we can use many essential items throughout the year, please see our Spring/Summer needs list for our most current needs.
Palmer Court Donation List
Palmer Court is a permanent supportive housing development in Salt Lake City. See the attached list to help a formerly chronically homeless family or individual get settled into their new home with items from the Palmer Court Donation List .
We appreciate your support! Unfortunately, The Road Home cannot accept donations of large furniture items, used mattresses, or large appliances. We also cannot accept any items that are broken, missing pieces or in poor condition. Federal & Health regulations prevent The Road Home from accepting the following: batteries, drugs, mattresses, refrigerators, freezers, television sets with broken or damaged components, washers, or dryers. We also cannot accept cleaners, chemicals, tires or weapons.
For questions regarding in-kind donations to The Road Home, please contact our Development office at: 801-819-7293.
The Road Home is open every day of the year to accept your donation.
Main Shelter – Downtown Salt Lake
210 South Rio Grande St. (455 West)
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Directions to The Road Home
Monday – Sunday 7:00am – 7:00pm
Open year round, all holidays & weekends to accept donations.
529 West 7300 South (9th Avenue)
Midvale, UT 84047
Directions to our Midvale Center
Monday – Sunday 7:00am – 3:00pm
Our Midvale Center is now open.
We do not have the staff or means to pick up donations. To make alternate arrangements for large donations, please contact our Development Office.
The Road Home
Donating items to the Australian War Memorial
The Australian War Memorial collects items relating to the Australian experience of war. Donated items are cared for to the highest standards, and as a result we are selective about what we collect.
Please use our online form to tell us about your offer. Read our donation checklist below to make sure you can provide the necessary information. Please do not post items to the Memorial without contacting us first, as we cannot accept responsibility for this material.
- Can you describe the item?
- Do you know who it relates to?
- Are there any stories related to it? Why do you think the Memorial is the most appropriate place for your item?
- Where did you get it?
- Can you confirm you are the legal owner*, and would be happy to transfer permanent legal ownership over to the Australian War Memorial?
- If you have multiple items, can you describe the number or volume of the material?
- Can you provide a digital image of it?
*Legal owner means having ownership of the physical item. Copyright is a separate issue addressed here.
Things to consider before making an offer to us
- Unfortunately we are unable to accept everything that is offered to us. We have particular collecting priorities, and some areas of our collection are already well developed. If we already hold good examples of an object we are unlikely to accept more.
- We cannot accept material where current ownership is unknown or might be disputed.
- We strongly recommend you talk to with your family before you offer material to the Memorial. Their wishes may need to be considered before you proceed.
- A donation is finalised by the donor signing a Transfer of Ownership Agreement. This is a legal document that transfers ownership of the item to the Memorial. Once a donation is finalised, it cannot be returned.
What do we collect?
Current collection priorities
We seek to collect original items that relate to Australia’s involvement in and experience of war from the nineteenth century to the present day. We have strong interest in all items that have stories associated with them or are closely linked to people or events including equipment, objects, works of art, photographs, letters, diaries and souvenirs.
Collection areas we want to develop
- Representation of women who have served in conflicts, including Peacekeeping exercises from Vietnam to the present day.
- Australian involvement and experience of the Korean War and Gulf Wars.
- Personal letters, diaries, audiovisual records and mementoes relating to modern conflicts.
- Material relating to Indigenous military service and experience of conflict.
- Oral history interviews with current and recent serving veterans.
What we do not collect
- Photocopies or digital copies of original material, unless the original is no longer in existence
- Newspaper clippings
- Secondary source research material
- Reproductions of artworks
- Books, photographs, documents or other material published by the Memorial
- Copies of items already in the Memorial collection
- Copies of material in other public institutions, including service records
- Commercially released audio visual material
- Material that cannot be connected to Australian experience.
- Medal ribbon bars
- Miniature medals
- Medal cases and cardboard boxes
- Laminated material
- Family histories without substantial military content
- Discharge certificates, pay books, demobilisation books, attestation papers or commissioning certificates if offered in isolation without other associated items.
Moustache Money: Where the Movember Donations Go
You can see it everywhere: A grizzled upper lip here, a half-formed Handlebar moustache there, a scraggly face that used to be clean shaven. Yes, we re well into the month of Movember the global initiative encouraging men to grow moustaches for 30 days. But why are these men doing this? The stated purpose is to raise awareness and importantly money for men s health. The fun side is competing with each other, says Mark Hedstrom, the U.S. director for Movember. But the serious side is really having that conversation about engaging men in what kinds of health risks they face.
In many ways, it s a success: Movember US raised $71 million dollars since the event hit the States in 2007, with donations from everyday Mo Bros funneled directly to various non-profit programs that either research or raise awareness for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health. While some 200,000 men donated in the US last year, given participation in all 50 states and 21 countries, there are surely scores of men growing facial hair without knowing why. Here s their guide (and, for the rest, motivation).
Prostate Cancer: $39.6 Million in the U.S.
Research into prostate cancer is Movember s biggest U.S. beneficiary it s received $29.6 million so far and with good reason, says Hedstrom. Over 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year, making it the second largest diagnosed cancer in men. And while it s typically not fatal, it s important to understand the risks and serious side effects when you undergo PSA testing and treatment, including erectile dysfunction, bowel dysfunction and loss of bladder control. Movember invests in two non-profits for research: the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and the Movember Foundation s Global Action Plan (GAP), which look into a number of things from new tests for predicting aggressive prostate cancer to clinical trials for possible treatments.
Movember also allocated $10 million to True NTH, a program they developed and launched this year that helps current prostate cancer patients adapt with the side effects of their treatment. It s patient-centered support, Hedstrom says, What outcome does that patient hope to achieve, and what options are available to them? Through this side of the cause, we re doubling down on prostate cancer.
Testicular Cancer: $10.1 Million in the U.S.
Testicular Cancer is one of the leading causes of other cancers in men from 15 to 35, developing in the testes and sometimes spreading to the abdomen or lungs. And though it s highly solvable if caught early, men still die from the disease. The survivor rate is 99 percent when it hasn t spread, but Movember is adamant about boosting that rate to 100 percent.
One of our initiatives is designed to solve for that last percent, says Hedstrom. Because the survivor rate is so high, there s not much money going into it. But if we can solve that last percent, we can cross that last line. Movember invests in two main beneficiaries: the LIVESTRONG Foundation who primarily help men adapt to the disease and the Global Action Plan, which looks into understanding the biology behind testicular cancer.
Mental Health: $77.7 Million Globally
Movember is moving into the U.S. mental health space for the first time this year, says Hedstrom, as the U.S. only invested globally in the past. But mental well-being has always been part of Movember s vision. When you look at physical health, you have to combine that with mental health, as well they go together, he says. In the US, there isn t a large [mental health] investment from federal and state governments compared to physical well-being, he explains. Our hope is to change that through our investments.
Through their main partner, the Prevention Institute, Hedstrom wants to focus on prevention. By prevention we mean, if you look really closely at communities and the factors around them, you can prevent emotional, psychological, and physical trauma reduce it in young boys and old men and provide coping mechanisms so they know how to seek help if they ever need it.
Men s Health Awareness and Education: $3.8 million, U.S.
Finally, Movember invests in its own campaign, the Awareness and Education project, where the money is spent on developing ancillary platforms like apps to support the cause. Movember wants men to know it s okay not to feel well and it s alright to talk about it. It s all about starting a conversation , says Hedstrom, and continuing that open talk among men and the people they love. The main initiative is called Move, and it s about exactly that encouraging men to be active. We ve been conducting research in implementing programs for a healthy lifestyle, Hedstrom says. By delivering the facts and statistics about how much exercise you do, and what foods you eat, and encouraging men to converse with the people in their lives about it, we re actively pushing men to be more active and eat a healthier diet.
Movember Day at Rhinegeist was an Awesome Success!
We would like to thank all of our vendors, donors and partners for their contributions to our cause. The first ever Movember Day in Cincinnati went better than planned. We ll have our donations total soon, but we are confident in saying that at least another $1,000 was raised to help change the face of men s health. Pictures soon!
Movember Lasts for 30 Days. Our Commitment to Men s Health Lasts All Year.
To donate to the Movember Foundation, click here. Your generous contribution, no matter how big or small makes a difference as our charitable partners continue to fight prostate and testicular cancers, and improve men s physical and mental health.
The Stache Bash in Lexington was a Great Time
We want to say a special thank you to Christy and Lex Effect for hosting a fantastic facial hair event. From the food and drink to the beards and staches, there was something for everyone. We can t wait to do it all again in 2016!
Barbers vs. Brewers Was an Amazing Success!
Generous donors contributed $6,300 to Movember! We also had several other donations at the CincyMo table. We ll have our final donations total, soon. Movember 2015 is off to an amazing start! Sign up at Movember.com and register for the Cincinnati Network. It s not too late!
A Word From Our Administrator
CincyMo Admin, Jeremy R. Sharp takes a look at the passed year, and gives a preview about what s to come for Movember 2015.
Movember is Off and Running in Cincinnati
Movember 2014 was an incredible year. We met some great people, brought many new MoBros and MoSistas into the fold, and we beat our donations goal by over $2K! In 2015, we are setting the bar high with a goal of 200 Mo Bros and Mo Sistas joined, as well as a city-wide goal of $20K. With the help of some amazing partners and sponsors, as well as the MOtivated participants in Cincy, we believe we will meet and beat both goals. You can help us by signing up today. and join the Movember Cincinnati Network !
In 2014, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas from across the US helped us raise $20.2 Million for the Movember Foundation.
Movember 2014 was the best the US has ever seen. Over 219,000 Mo Bros and Mo Sistas signed up on Movember.com to raise funds and awareness for men’s health. We are proud to announce that, thanks to you, our dedicated Movember community, we were able to provide our largest funding commitments to date to our US men’s health partners.
Movember Commits $8.4M to Prostate Cancer Foundation
We are excited to announce that in partnership with Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) the Movember Foundation funded seven new Challenge Awards for 2014. The $8.4 million commitment to PCF funded these Challenge Awards supporting innovative cross-disciplinary teams of researchers. In total, the 2014 Movember-PCF Challenge Awards are funding 49 investigators hailing from 10 cancer centers across the United States.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF ) is the world s leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research. PCF advocates for greater awareness of prostate cancer and more efficient investment of governmental research funds for transformational cancer research. Its efforts have helped produce a 20-fold increase in government funding for prostate cancer.
Our 2015 Sponsors and Partners
When you donate food . clothing or other goods to The Bowery Mission, you impact the lives of the poor and homeless in New York City. This year, our donors and volunteers helped the Mission provide more than 406,000 meals, 44,700 bags of groceries, and 44,100 articles of clothing to men, women and children in desperate need of help.
- Linens. We are always in need of bath towels, face cloths, twin-size sheets and blankets, standard-size pillows and pillowcases, and sleeping bags.
- Hygiene Items. We are always in need of soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shaving cream and razors. Travel size is preferred.
Goods only accepted on a case-by-case basis
- Furniture. couches, dressers, dining tables, chairs, bookcases, desks, coffee tables
- Appliances. refrigerators, freezers, microwaves
- Housewares. plates, bowls, silverware, glassware, cooking utensils, pots and pans, TVs, lamps
- Office Supplies and Computers
We cannot accept any items that are broken, damaged or worn.
If you drop off the item(s) in person. you will be given an in-kind gift receipt that describes the donation. If you mail in the item(s) and wish to receive an in-kind gift receipt. please include a written note indicating so. If the value exceeds $500 and you claim the donation on your federal tax return, you may be required to file IRS Form 8283 and obtain an appraisal of the value.
Donate Blessing Bags
We are committed to using your contribution wisely and respecting your privacy. Click here to read our Pledge of Accountability .
#where to donate money
Make a Gift to Pets of the Homeless
$50 can help feed a hungry pet and provide basic veterinary for 20 days
$100 can help pay for stitches and medication for a pet that was injured by another animal
$200 can help feed and provide basic veterinary care for 80 days
$500 can help provide a needy pet with both food and vet care for three months
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Make a Gift to Pets of the Homeless
“Never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.” – author unknown
Donate Pet Food & Supplies
Pet food and supplies are needed every day, it’s easy and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that a dog or cat will not be hungry.
Enlist to recruit donation sites as well as pet food providers. We’ll show you how!
Donate Goods to Goodwill Industries of the Valleys to Make a Difference
Goodwill gladly accepts donations of clothing and household items including: accessories, toys, books, linens, furniture, computers-any brand, any condition, small appliances, and electronics.
Goodwill sells these donations in retail stores to generate needed revenue to operate Work and Training programs for people with disabilities and disadvantages.
When choosing what to donate to Goodwill, please give items that you would give a friend or what would likely sell in our stores. And remember, if you don t use it, don t need it, don t want it donate it!
Goodwill will no longer accept televisions
The revenues generated by the sale and recycling of donated goods helps to fund job training and employment programs in our community. The rising cost of recycling televisions is taking away from Goodwill’s ability to support our mission. Therefore, Goodwill will no longer be able to accept televisions. Other electronics, such as computers and related hardware and small appliances, will still be accepted and appreciated as these are able to be recycled responsibly while also providing critical revenue to support Goodwill’s mission. It is suggested that individuals wishing to dispose of a television should contact their local municipality for recycling or disposal options.
Items Goodwill Cannot Accept
- Major Appliances
- Mattress or Box Springs
- Cribs, Strollers, Playpens, Car Seats, Other Infant Furniture
- Tires, Batteries
- Paint, Chemicals, Cleaning or Gardening Chemicals
- Kerosene or Gas Heaters
- Upholstered Furniture that is torn, stained or soiled
- Fuel Tanks, Gas Grill Tanks, Oxygen Tanks
- Wet or Badly Stained Items
- Garbage or Trash
Donate Your Vehicle
Your vehicle donation can help people in your community achieve the pride, dignity, and self respect that come from earning a paycheck.
Click here to begin the vehicle donation process. For more information on donating your vehicle to Goodwill call (800) 826.0980.
Donate Rehabilitative Equipment
Goodwill Industries of the Valleys and the Foundation for Rehabilitation Equipment Endowment (FREE) have developed a medical adaptive equipment recycling program. The goal of the program is to help people with disabilities become more independent through the collection, recycling, and distribution of mobility-related rehabilitative equipment. Greater mobility leads to functional independence and improved quality of life.
Goodwill retail stores are the collection point for donations of equipment. Donations are tax deductible and all donors will receive a receipt. The donated equipment will then be recycled through a process of sanitization, inspection and repairs. People with disabilities and disadvantages participating in Goodwill’s workforce development programs will perform the sanitization process while FREE will provide the technical staff to make any necessary equipment repairs. FREE will distribute the equipment to qualifying adults with medical and financial needs resulting from injuries or illnesses.
Your donations of gently used mobility-related equipment will not only provide a piece of needed equipment to an individual with a disability, but will also provide training and employment opportunities for Goodwill program participants.
For more information about the recycling program or to apply to receive an assistive device, contact FREE at:
Mobility-related equipment needed include*: power chairs, scooters, portable ramps, wheelchairs, tub benches, tub chairs, lift chairs, canes, toilet seats, bedside commodes, and walkers.
*The program cannot accept respiratory machines, communication devices, blood glucose monitors, lifts for vehicles, computers or other similar equipment.
Donations and Tax Deductions
Donors interested in claiming tax deductions should keep itemized lists of all donations. The U.S. Internal Revenue Service requires donors to value their items allowing tax payers to deduct the fair market value of each item.
To help guide you, a link to Goodwill’s Valuation Guide is below. Prices are only estimated values, and assume that the items are in good used condition or better. For additional information a link to the IRS Publication 561 – Determining the Value of Donated Property is also below, or visit the IRS online .
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Remembering the Wells Maltings Trust is an excellent way to secure its long term future.
Leave a legacy to Wells Maltings Trust
Remembering WMT is a gift to future generations of local people and visitors to Wells. Providing a legacy to Wells Maltings Trust will allow us to complete the Wells Maltings Project and create North Norfolk s premier cultural and community destination.
What can my legacy support?
You can choose to support a particular aspect of Wells Maltings Project – for example the theatre, the heritage and learning centre, the gallery or the community events programme. Or you can simply choose to support areas of greatest need.
Making your pledge
To recognise and honour future legacies today, we appreciate knowing if you intend to remember the school in your will. A non-binding pledge form is available for download, as a form to send your solicitor indicating your intention.
If you would just like to tell us that you want to leave a legacy gift or you would like to discuss the options and what your gift will be used for then please donwload a Legacy pledge form
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