Supporting the Music & MemorySM program
You can help Farmington Presbyterian Manor grow our Music & MemorySM program through financial donations or donations of iPods, headphones and iTunes cards.
For more information about how to help grow our program, contact Carol Winch, activity director, at 573-756-6768, or click to donate now. Select our campus from the drop-down menu and type “Music & Memory” in the area designated to specify the program you wish to support.
Planned Gifts can be very useful tools for achieving financial goals while creating a personal legacy. Carefully and creatively conceived planned gifts may offer:
- Arrangement for professional management of assets
- Reduced gift and estate taxes
- Regular income from life income trusts and annuities
- Current income tax savings
- Avoidance of capital gains taxes
- Conversion of lower-income assets to higher-income assets
To learn more about Planned Giving opportunities, contact the PMMA Development office at Development@pmma.org or call 800-336-8511.
Car Donations Now Accepted
Your old vehicle could help “drive” the Good Samaritan Program. With the CARS Donation program, you can donate your car, truck, boat or other unneeded vehicle, and help seniors who have outlived their financial resources continue to live at a Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America campus.
To make your vehicle donation, call 844-490-GIVE or 844-490-4483. Our CARS donation experts will arrange to pick up the vehicle, even if it’s not running.
For more information, call 844-490-GIVE (844-490-4483) or visit our CARS donation page and choose “Donate now” to access the online donation form.
A charitable will bequest provides a means to continue your legacy well into the future. As you consider a bequest, it is important to consult with a PMMA representative who will help you and your advisers decide which type of bequest is most appropriate to achieve your goals. Since future needs of PMMA may change, it is generally most helpful to leave a bequest that allows for future flexibility.
For more information, contact the PMMA Development office at Development@pmma.org or call 800-336-8511.
We are committed to the style and practice of philanthropic fundraising. This approach recognizes the importance of voluntary leadership in our work and the voluntary character of giving. It also emphasizes how giving meets the needs of older adults and adds value to community life.
Click here to read the Donor Bill of Rights.