Ways To Help-Gifting & Donations




Legacy Gifting-Your donations help fund essential services for seniors living in Tuolumne County.  As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, your donations and gifts can be tax deductible. Our EIN is 77-0432625.

Gifting for Operational Support, Special Projects or Equipment –  We believe that sound nutrition, activities, socialization, transportation and home heating are essential for older adults.   Your donation for general operating support helps to offset the costs of managing the services provided; to  fund special projects;  and to provide funds for needed equipment.

Program Donations –  You can designate how you want your donation to be used.  Simply let us know to which program(s) you would like the donation directed (for example, Meals on Wheels or Senior Lunch Program).

Memorial or Tribute Gifting – Consider providing a donation in “Memory Of” or in “Honor Of” someone special as a way of paying tribute to him or her.  You may also provide gifts in honor of special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries.  At your request, we will provide a hand written card to the party being honored notifying them of your gift.  The amount will not be disclosed.

Legacy Gifting through a Will or Trust – Leave your legacy through a planned gift from your will or trust. Under legacy giving, you chose the type and size of the assets you want to donate.  If you decide to include Sierra Senior Providers, Inc. in your will or trust, it is recommended that you consult with an attorney.  You can provide a gift that will touch the lives of older adults for years to come.

Donations may be made by:

  • Credit/debit card, accepted online (above), by phone (209-533-2622) and in person during business  hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays).
  • Check, made payable to Sierra Senior Providers, Inc. and mailed or brought to the Senior Center,  540 Greenley Road, Sonora, CA 95370.
  • Cash, accepted during business hours.

For more information on gifting,  contact the Senior Center at     (209) 533-2622.