Here are just a few stories from among the thousands of people working to find their way home. With your help, Way Finders can provide the tools and guidance our neighbors need to avoid homelessness and live their best lives.
give to way finders today
Your donation will make a life-changing impact. Together we can end homelessness and help build thriving communities.
your gift will go a long way
$25can provide clothing or school supplies for children living in supportive housing
$50can help provide gas cards or groceries for families living in shelter
$100can support a client working towards economic stability and building assets through financial education, first-time homebuyer classes, and foreclosure prevention services
$250will assist our Resident Engagement Team in projects and classes like building a community garden, sponsoring a parenting class, and game nights for children living at our properties
$500can give a child living in a shelter the fun and enriching experience of summer camp
$1,000can help build swing sets and playground equipment at affordable and supporting housing properties
take a tour
We help people find their way to safe, secure homes, build stronger neighborhoods, and live in thriving communities. Come to a monthly information session and learn more about our work and ways you can help. All it takes is one hour. You'll learn about the impact of our programs and hear client success stories. If you would like to attend an upcoming tour, please contact Kelly O'Connor, Donor Relations Manager at 413-233-1723 or email@example.com to learn about future dates.
community investment tax credits (CITC)
Invest In Community. Invest in Way Finders. Through a competitive funding program, the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development has allocated Community Investment Tax Credits (CITC) to Way Finders to be used to match donations of $1,000 or more from local residents and businesses. Full details can be found at the Community Development section of the department's website: www.macdc.org/how-it-works
The tax credit is equal to 50% of a donation of $1,000 or more made by a corporation, an individual or a nonprofit institution.
If you do not owe state income tax, the tax credit will be paid to you directly; it is "refundable."
Donors may also be eligible for federal tax deduction for their donation.
Eligible donations made during the current calendar year will result in a certificate of tax credits to be redeemed on this year's tax returns.