Support People with Disabilities Today
Your Support Matters!
Your donations to the ServiceSource Foundation provide a range of services that support people with a full range of disabilities and their families. Your donations support the following programs, allowing thousands of individuals to receive the services they need to be successful and thrive:
- Autism Spectrum Services
- Day Habilitation Programs and Expressive Therapies
- Family Support Services
- Volunteer Services Program
- Warrior Bridge Veterans Services
Donor Restricted Campaigns:
- The Community Assistance Endowment Fund
- Friendship House Fayetteville
- Capital Campaign
- Day Habilitation Services
Your Donations at Work!
Ways to Give
You may make a one-time or recurring gift to the ServiceSource Foundation online by clicking here.
Donations can be made by phone using a credit card. Please call Lisa Ward at 703-461-6142. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted.
Checks may be sent to:
Attn: Alex Roos
Manager, Donor Relations
10467 White Granite Drive
Oakton, VA 22124
Matching gifts may be available from your company. Ask your employer if your company participates in a matching gift program and make the ServiceSource Foundation your non-profit of choice.
Gifts of Stock
When you make a gift of appreciated securities you enjoy a double benefit: you receive a charitable tax deduction for the full fair market value and you pay no capital gains tax. Please contact Lisa Ward, Executive Vice President of Philanthropy at 703-970-6142.
Combined Federal Campaign
The Combined Federal Campaign is the workplace giving campaign for federal employees. For information on how to connect with your office’s CFC campaign, please visit www.opm.gov/combined-federal-campaign . ServiceSource’s designation number is 16428.
If you have any questions regarding giving options, please feel free to contact:
Manager, Donor Relations
The ServiceSource Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit. As such, donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law. Our tax ID number is 20-1438270.
Join our Partners in Service Society
Our Partners in Service are our donors who have committed to giving a monthly recurring gift online. Recurring gifts are a great to support our innovative programs and services and make a tremendous impact!
Join Our Legacy Society
A gift to the ServiceSource Foundation (the Foundation) through your estate plan qualifies you as a member of the Legacy Society, created to recognize and thank donors whose foresight is building the future of the Foundation.planned-giving-information-form
Legacy Society Members:
- Nino R. Vaghi
Include ServiceSource in Your Estate Plan
You can make a specific gift to the Foundation of cash, securities, real estate or other property through your will, codicil or trust instrument. You can also designate the Foundation as the beneficiary of all or part of the remainder of your estate or trust after the payment of estate-related expenses, other bequests, or following the death of a spouse or other primary beneficiaries. Another way to include the Foundation in your estate plan is to name the organization as a beneficiary of your retirement plan or life insurance policy.
A bequest or trust provision for the benefit of the Foundation may qualify your estate for an estate tax charitable deduction.
Sample Testamentary Language
“I give (_______ dollars) or (a specific asset, such as securities, real estate or other property) or (all) or
(_______ percent of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate) to the ServiceSource Foundation in Alexandria, Virginia
( for its general purposes) or ( for the following purpose: ______________________________________).”
Unrestricted gifts allow the Foundation to allocate funds to areas of greatest need. If you prefer, you may designate your bequest for a particular purpose or use by a specific program or activity at the Foundation. In order to ensure that the evolving needs of future generations of participants are met, it is advisable to include the following language with restricted gifts: If due to changed circumstances it becomes impractical, in the judgment of the ServiceSource Foundation, to apply my bequest to the designated purpose(s), the ServiceSource Foundation may apply some or all of my bequest to such other purposes as it determines will best recognize my interests consistent with its organizational priorities.
If you wish to document your bequest intention at this time, please complete our Bequest Intention Form.
For more detailed information on including the Foundation in your estate plan, please contact:
Executive Vice President, ServiceSource Foundation
About the Foundation
The ServiceSource Foundation was established in 2004 to help bridge the gap for people with disabilities in their communities. Through community education, business networking and direct funding for un-funded or under-funded programs, the Foundation helps foster a more inclusive and supportive community where individuals with disabilities can succeed and thrive.