Supporting Multifaith Works
Through your continued generosity, Multifaith Works provides quality group housing to low-income people who are living with AIDS, MS or other life-threatening illnesses. In addition, you help us to mobilize over 550 volunteers who work to improve the lives of our clients by providing practical and emotional support. Without your commitment, this work could not be accomplished.
Your contributions are deeply appreciated. For information about financial gifts, employer matching information, gifts in memory/honor of someone, or to include Multifaith Works in your will.
Leave a Legacy: Planned Giving
Many people already make annual financial gifts in support of Multifaith Works programs. Now we invite you to consider supporting Multifaith Works through planned giving. Planned giving means making a contribution with regard for its tax and estate implications. When you include Multifaith Works in your will or other estate planning, you are choosing to help people living with AIDS or other life-threatening illnesses for years to come.
The Gift of Time: Volunteering with Multifaith Works
Multifaith Works is always seeking groups and individuals who want to build a compassionate community by volunteering their time. Please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page and contact us Sienna Effinger, Volunteer Program Manager.
Got a Car to Donate? We’ll accept houses too.
Multifaith Works is happy to accept vehicle donations. Simply contact James Marshall-Ward. Once we obtain the necessary information about your car or truck, an auction/towing company will arrive for pickup, title transfer, and voila: you get a tax credit and Multifaith Works gets a cash donation.
As a housing provider, Multifaith Works is always seeking houses to develop into supportive homes for people living with AIDS and other illnesses. Receiving a house in donation, or rent-free for a number of years cuts our costs significantly, which in turn means we are able to maximize support for our clients. So, if you have a house to spare, please consider donating it to Multifaith Works.