Why I support Interface:
For almost 40 years, Interface has provided comprehensive services to children and families in crisis and provided leadership in bringing the community together to solve emerging problems.
Unique and Critical Programs:
Many community leaders acknowledge that our social service system is fragmented and complex. Even the most healthy families are often unable to navigate this complex system. Everyday, Interface provides an alternative: integrated and highly accessible services and supports to youth, adults and families…at the right time…at the right place.
Interface is focused on intervening early to head off more serious (and expensive!) problems later on. We know that healthy and supported families bring up healthy and supported children.
Yes. The DONATE page has a space for you to indicate whichever program you wish to support. You may also contact the Development Office directly to get more information on how you can specify the use of your gift.
Unrestricted funds, those not donor-designated for a specific use, are especially important to Interface. Unrestricted funds are directed to the greatest needs by the Executive Director, Erik Sternad, and by the Interface Board of Directors. Many of these needs are high-priority, newly emerging, unbudgeted projects for which no other funding sources exist.
When you make a gift to Interface you benefit in several ways. First, you get the satisfaction of knowing that you are investing in making children and families strong, healthy and thriving through our region. Secondly, you benefit by being able to deduct all or a portion of your gift on your tax return (check with your tax preparer for details).
Matching gifts are gifts from employers that are equal to, or sometimes double, the amount that an employee contributes. Thousands of companies match the charitable contributions of their employees. Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. To initiate the process, employees of companies that have matching gift programs must fill out a form available from the human resources department of their company and submit it to the University with their initial gift. Matching gifts are added to a donor’s initial gift and the total is credited toward his/her gift and toward membership in donor gift clubs and lifetime giving totals.
Annual giving generally refers to outright gifts of money, securities, or property given as a regular, annual gift. Planned giving – charitable support with a pre-established plan – is long-term and usually includes gifts made through wills, revocable living trusts, life insurance, beneficiary designation of retirement plans, charitable trusts, girt annuities, or life income gifts. Click here for more information on Interface planned giving.