Use our secure system to make an online gift via credit card. Your dollars will provide support and services to individuals and families in need. Honor or Memorial Gifts are also accepted.
Donating to Volunteers of America of Indiana helps increase the reach of reentry services, homeless Veteran services, and housing for low-income seniors and individuals with intellectual disabilities across the state.
Your gift can provide many people with a step in the right direction. For example, it may buy a pair of safety glasses to enable someone to take a certification class, or it will buy a new bed for a previously homeless veteran who recently gained a home. It can also pay for a bus pass to help an individual look for a job and/or housing around the city.
Thanks to you, we've been able to support thousands of Hoosiers in vulnerable situations.
Ways To Give
Donate By Phone, Fax, or Mail
To donate by phone, please contact Sara Pugh at 317-224-2616. Please have your credit card information available. To donate by fax or mail please print and fill out the donation form provided below then send the form back to us. Details are provided in the form.
For information about donating items such as clothing and books (in-kind donations) please contact Sara Pugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 317-224-2616.
You can remember Volunteers of America of Indiana in your will and gifts of real estate and stock are accepted. Other life income arrangements are also available. For information on how to make a planned gift, estate gift, or bequest, please contact Sara Pugh at email@example.com or by phone at 317-224-2616.
Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) Tax Credits
The purpose of the Indiana NAP tax credit program is to encourage businesses, trusts and individuals to make donations to benefit our work serving low-income persons.
Entities filing State of Indiana income tax returns for 2016 that make contributions greater than $100 prior to June 30, 2016 may receive tax credits equal to 50 percent of the donation. This credit is applied against your Indiana state income tax liability. For example, if you donate $500 you will receive a $250 tax credit on your 2016 Indiana Tax Return. The credits are available on a "first-come, first-served" basis. When VOAIN's allotment of credits is exhausted, the program will end, unless the State re-authorizes the program.
NAP donations allow VOAIN to provide counseling services for individuals in Indianapolis. These persons include veterans transitioning out of homelessness, men and women returning to the community after a period of incarceration, children with an incarcerated or previously incarcerated parent, adults who need mental health counseling, and adults seeking substance abuse treatment. Thank you for supporting the mental and emotional well-being of this population.
Contact Sara Pugh at 317-224-2616 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Kroger community rewards Program
Volunteers of America of Indiana (VOAIN) is now a part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Our NPO number is 34401. With the use of your Kroger Plus card you can designate VOAIN to received donations from Kroger when you go grocery shopping. Visit www.kroger.com/communityrewards for more information.
Donating your unwanted car, truck, boat or RV is fast and simple with the Volunteers of America of Indiana Vehicle Donation Program. Just call 317-780-CARS (2277) or 800-333-6331. You can also start the donation process online.
Shifting Gears Bike Donations
Shifting Gears is a partnership between Bicycle Garage Indy, Volunteers of America, and the Indiana Department of Correction. Additional partners include PEN Products and CitiMark Management Company.
Used bicycles are donated through Bicycle Garage Indy to the Shifting Gears program. Bicycle Garage Indy has received and donated over 3000 bikes to the Shifting Gears program since its involvement began in August 2006. Volunteers of America issues tax-deductions for the donated bikes. Under the direction of Indiana Department of Correction staff, inmates learn to repair bicycles and get a sense of accomplishment. The program provides inmates with a job and helps build self-worth.