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Feel sweet while supporting your local non-profit!
If you'd like to donate bake goods such as cookies, cupcakes, breads and more, call us at 467-4000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in the First United Methodist Church.
Enjoy a free meal with people from your community
To see what's on the menu and for more information on the program, click here
Place donation in a secure envelope. Please include you name and address either on the envelope or included with donation.
Mission in Motion Mobile Mammography Van
9:00 am- 3:00 pm
Second Street, between the Presbyterian Church and First Baptist Church.
Even those without insurance can schedule an appointment
To make an appointment, call Lourdes Central Scheduling at 607-798-5723
For more information, and for other 2019 dates, click here.
Eating Healthy Meals on a Budget
Feel good physically and financially. Learn how buy the healthy stuff for the right price with this free class offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension. While you learn all the ins and outs, you'll also get to make and taste a sample meal!
Wednesday, March 13
United Methodist Church on 2nd Street.
Call 467-400 to sign up today!
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County is an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and provides equal program and employment opportunities.
Click here to download a printable version of scheduling and our rules/policies.
Suspension of Services:
We will suspend services for one month or more if you do any of the following:
If you frequently cancel trips or make changes at the last minute.
If you consistently call to schedule a ride the day of, or day before the appointment.
If you harass our drivers for rides.
If you harass other clients.
If you harass our staff.
We are selling $5 dollar shopping passes that can be used at the Boscovs store event held on Tuesday, October 16,
The pass gets you 25% off all purchases, plus refreshments, and registration to win prizes.
All money raised from pass sales goes to the Deposit Foundation.
Come into the office to get your pass today!
When you donate to the red kettle, you're supporting your community!
To find our more on how your donation helps others in Deposit,
Individual donations: $ 3,959
Local businesses: $ 450
Total: $ 4, 409
Our organization would not be possible without community support. Thank you!
Plans for 2018
Helping our community since 1978
Support us while you shop!
When you shop on Amazon Smile, Amazon donates to the Deposit Foundation. Simply click the link below.
The Deposit Foundation has offered to transport Deposit campers to and from Long Point this Summer.
Campers will be going on July 26 and returning July 31.
To learn more about the camp and to register
you child or teen, click here.
Our Assistance and Referral program can provide more in depth assistance for people in need by referring them to local and federal agencies or programs. We also help with certain application processes. We will ask you to explain your situation so we can address your need appropriately. Be assured that all information is kept confidential.
**While the information and services below are available to anyone, the Deposit Foundation can only serve people who live in the Deposit, NY school district.
Proof of residency is required.**
Dear friends and neighbors,
Deposit is a small, rural community rich in history and filled with wonderful people. For many it’s a peaceful place to call home. For others, it has limitations due to the lack of public transportation. This makes it difficult for our elderly or poorer residents to easily access services outside the community.
The Deposit Foundation has one mission: to connect residents of Deposit, NY to health and human services. Since its founding in 1978, this nonprofit has developed six programs - Transportation, Senior Companion, Assistance and Referral, Friendship Table, Friendship Programs and Toys for Tots. Each are designed to address the needs of Deposit residents. These services include free transporta-tion to vital appointments, and local programs that focus on personal health and wellbeing. We are here to enrich the lives of those in need.
While most of our clients are seniors, we serve a variety of ages and income ranges. All need our help in some way. Among the clients we transported to medical appointments in the last month, an elderly widow went to see her surgeon over an hour away, and a single mother to her chemo therapy appointments. We have connected individuals and families to services such as SNAP, HEAP, and HUD, helping them with applications and faxing in necessary papers, thus ensuring they get help as soon as possible.
Many within our community depend on our programs and services to survive. As a small nonprofit, we depend on people like you to help us assist our friends and neighbors in need. We need your support. Donations of any amount will go a long way. For example: a $21.00 donation can pay for a round trip to Binghamton. Your donation will help take care of individuals and families, whether it’s getting food, transportation, emergency assistance, or access to programs.
Thank you to those of you who donated last year. As grateful as we are for every dollar we brought in last year, it was not enough to fully cover the need. We only received 63 percent of our Support and Sustain goal of $6,500. Though we receive grant funds from organizations such as United Way, money is still limited.
Together we can better the lives within our community!
In advance, thank you for your support.
Susan Moranda Judy Lloyd
Executive Director Board President
Computer Basics Survey
The Deposit Foundation and the Deposit Free Library are working together to create a Computer Basics Class. However, we need to know if there is enough interest, and what residents would look to gain from such a class.
Please take a moment to complete the survey to we can better serve you. There are only 4 questions and should take less than a minute.
You can take the online version or download and print the paper version, and return that to the Deposit Foundation office,or