Island Senior Resources seeks to share the joys and help meet the challenges of aging in our Island County communities by providing integrated programs and services.

Island Senior Resources

In 2023 we provided over 96,000 meals, 6,000 answered calls, 250,000 miles of transportation for medical appointments and essential errands, and individualized case management to over 3,000 clients. Assisting seniors in Island County for over 50 years, with your help we can continue to provide crucial resources in the years to follow.

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Man jogging with a smile.

Donate today. Only 33% of our funding comes from government grants.

Make your gift today using the secure form below which supports payment by credit card, bank account, and PayPal. You can also specify if the donation is recurring or one time. Please consider selecting the recurring donation option. If you prefer to send in a check by mail, send your donation to: Island Senior Resources, P.O. Box 939, Freeland, WA 98249.  To learn about other ways to give be sure to view the Ways to Give content below or contact Charles LaFond at 360-210-3011 or charles@islandseniorservices.org.

More Ways to Give

For additional giving options view our More Ways to Give section or contact Charles LaFond, ISR Development Director at 360-210-3011 or email charles@islandseniorservices.org

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A short film about caring for our seniors. Film donated by Chris Douthitt.

More Ways to Give

Pledge. Commit now, pay later.

  1. Pledge Online – Use our secure online service to do your pledge.  Click here. 
  2. Pledge by postal mail:  please print, fill out, and mail us your pledge card. View the pledge card by clicking here, then print the pledge card, fill in the appropriate information and then mail it to the address provided on the pledge card

If you have questions, please call or text Charles LaFond, Development Director at 360-210-3011 or email Charles at charles@islandseniorservices.org

Call us

We can take your pledge or gift over the phone. We would love to talk to you. Please contact Charles LaFond, email  charles@islandseniorservices.org or phone 360-210-3011.

Donate from your IRA

The tax code allows you to donate to Island Senior Resources directly from your IRAs. This allows IRA owners who have attained a certain age to distribute money directly from the IRA to a qualified charity. Please call or email Charles LaFond, email  charles@islandseniorservices.org or phone 360-210-3011 to review this option.

Planned Giving

Gift plans can create opportunities for you, the donor. We accept planned-gift donations and are always in need of charitable gifts. To learn more about planned giving please contact Charles LaFond, email  charles@islandseniorservices.org or phone 360-210-3011 to learn how.

Explore other ways to Give

If there is another way you would like to contribute, please contact Island Senior Resources Development Office and ask for Charles LaFond, email  charles@islandseniorservices.org or phone 360-210-3011.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Island Senior Resources is a private 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your donation to Island Senior Resources is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Questions?

Is my donation secure?

Absolutely. The security and confidentiality of your information is our highest priority. We use industry-standard security technology to protect your information and provide a safe and secure environment for online donations.

What is the best way to donate?

Donating by bank account – an electronic funds transfer – is by far the least expensive method of payment in terms of fees. This means that your donation stretches further, putting your contribution to work to its full potential.  Learn how to donate using a bank account (read PDF). 

Do I get a receipt?

Yes, you will receive a receipt.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Island Senior Resources is a private 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your donation to Island Senior Resources is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Have you viewed our short film about caring for our aging seniors?