Your support matters

Make a Donation

The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home receives financial support from community and government organizations, as well as private donors. Without these funds, it would not be possible to continue serving those in need of recovery services. 

 

why your gift matters

For more than 40 years, the Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home has been a refuge and source of hope for those fighting addiction in the area. 

Through the facility’s five safe, sober, supportive homes for both men and women, clients receive 24-hour staff support, on-site recovery programming, and community support services for themselves and their children. While clients are required to pay a small portion of the overall expense, the fee is minimal and does not provide adequate funding to operate 365 a year. 

Your gift may mean the difference between recovery and relapse for a friend, family member, or loved one in need. Please give generously to help us continue this important work in the fight against addiction! 

 

the impact of your gift

As a non-profit, we are experts at stretching a dollar and ensuring a little goes a long way! So whether you're gift is big or small, we'll find a way to put those dollars to work, and you can feel great knowing that you are a part of helping us accomplish our mission. 

Here are just a few examples of how your gift can help:

  • $10 purchases a welcome kit filled with necessary toiletries and basic needs items for a client. 
  • $20 purchases basic needs for the homes like paper towels and toilet paper.
  • $50 helps feed an individual in our program nutritious meals for one week.
  • $75 purchases art supplies for a client in our program.
  • $100 will supply gardening equipment and supplies to sustain our community garden for one year.

The best way to see the impact of your gift is to hear from our clients who have experienced profound life change after completing their stay with us. Hear what some of these residents had to say

 

Accountability

You can be confident that every gift we receive is appreciated and used to enhance the services we provide to our clients. 

Our board of directors review all financial records on a regular basis to ensure gifts received are being used in the most effective and efficient manner possible. Additionally, we regular engage an outside firm to perform an independent audit of our organization. 

Additionally, as part of our partnership with United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley, our financial records and program outcomes are evaluated by their independent Board of Directors during each funding cycle. 

 

Gifts outside of cash

There are many ways to provide financial support for our organization. 

Securities

Gifts of stocks, appreciated assets and publicly traded stocks and bonds can be designated to Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home. A donation of stocks may have some tax advantages! This option should be discussed with your financial advisor.

Bequests

Frequently referred to as "deferred gifts" or "estate gifts," bequests are specified in a donor's will. A bequest can be a specified amount or a residual gift as a percentage of the estate.

Charitable life insurance

A life insurance policy naming the Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home as the owner and beneficiary allows you to make a significant future gift to our organization for only pennies on the dollar and provides tax benefits.

Property

Often called "gifts-in-kind", your gifts can take many forms; such as equipment, art, books, real estate, services, stocks and bonds.

If you are interested in making a non-cash gift, please contact us so that we can work together to make that happen!