We are grateful for your financial assistance. Financial support allows us to meet the ever changing needs of those we serve. Your gift will multiply through the generations! To make a contribution on line to Community Works, please click on the Donation Button bellow or, call 541-779-2393 ext. 228 or mail us directly.
Community Works gratefully accepts gifts of clothing and household goods for our clients. We are unable to accept food, we recommend donating cans of food to our partner ACCESS. We also do not accept electronics; we recommend our partner Goodwill.
Donations are accepted at our main office at 201 West Main Street during the following days and times hours:
Thursday – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
The drop off location is on the side of the 201 West Main, red brick building, on Grape St. Four parking spaces from the corner of Grape and Main, on the left side of the street, a two-space loading zone was created to accommodate Community Works donations. Feel free to park your vehicle in those spaces and turn on your hazard lights.
In the red brick building on that side of the street close to the loading zone is a door with the address 10 Grape St. on the glass pane. That glass door is where a Community Works staff will meet you to help you with your donation. Please call the front desk (541-779-2393 ext. 200) to let them know you are here to drop off a donation. If you are not able to get anyone on the line please go up stairs to suite 3D on the third floor, the reception staff will assist you. Unless otherwise instructed please do not bring donations up to the office.
We occasionally need furniture, large items, and electronics. For gifts or questions about specific items, please contact
Christine Leusch: 541-779-2393 ext. 228 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations of supplies and dollars to fill the bags will allow us to continue this important resource to survivors of rape and other sexual assaults.
Community Works is a non-profit human service agency serving Jackson County. Community Works is funded by government and private grants, the United Way, and by the generosity of community members across the Rogue Valley.
Community Works is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable corporation to which donations are tax-exempt to the extent permitted by the IRS code. Restricted contributions are subject to overhead allocations within federal guidelines.
Q: Does Community Works accept in-kind gifts, gifts that are not cash, such as clothing, household items, or furniture?
Yes we accept new and gently used gifts of clothing and household goods to help our clients build new lives. Community Works also partners with Goodwill. Goodwill gives Community Works vouchers for our clients to go shopping for free! In return we send all of our extra In-Kind contributions to Goodwill.
Q: Does Community Works have an estate or planned giving procedure?
We are pleased to provide information on planned giving options. Contact Development Director, Christine Leusch at 541-779-2393 ext. 228 or at email@example.com
Q: How do I make a contribution to Community Works?
We accept any cash, check, credit card and payroll deduction contributions to support the work of our organization. You may make a donation on line on the donation page. For information on gifts of securities, real property and other appreciated assets please contact Christine Leusch, Director of Development, at 541-779-2393 ext. 228, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Is my gift tax deductible?
Yes, your gift is tax deductible. You will receive a thank you letter for all donations listing our tax ID number for tax purposes. When you make an in-kind contribution be sure to ask for an in-kind contribution form. After filling out this form return it to the front desk a letter will be sent to you for your tax records. If you don’t put a value on your donation it cannot be used as a tax deduction.
Q: Suppose I want to designate my gift to a particular program or service?
Unrestricted gifts allow Community Works maximum flexibility in allocating resources where they are most needed. These decisions are made by the senior executive staff and the Board of Directors. However, we are pleased to direct 100% of your gift to the particular program you wish to designate.