You, Too, Can Become a Real-Life Superhero.
The Branch and the individuals and families we serve rely on the time, talent, and financial contributions made by our donors and volunteers. Your contribution is the gift of inclusion, dignity, and greater independence for individuals who want nothing more than to become valuable contributors to their community—and with our support, they’ll get there.
Make a cash donation.
Large or small, a financial contribution can transform a life.
Here are a few examples of what even a single donation can do:
A $25 donation can provide a nutritious lunch for 10 Clubhouse members.
Your gift of $50 can fund one community activity for 5 Supported Living participants.
Your contribution of $100 can provide a Shabbat dinner for 10 Supported Living participants.
$250 could buy essential kitchen equipment for the Clubhouse to feed members.
A donation of $1,500 can purchase important ritual items such as a menorah, mezuzah, and sukkah for a new group home.
Donate new or gently used items.
Why not donate your lightly used items to our thrift store? The Branch’s Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse operates an internal thrift store that sells clothing, housewares, and small appliances to Clubhouse members for a nominal cost. It’s all part of a program to help individuals engage, function in a role of responsibility, and develop self-confidence and self-worth. Our Clubhouse’s garden and kitchen are always in need of items as well. Your gift of an appropriate new or gently used item can make a world of difference to these individuals. And all donations are tax-deductible.
In addition to our professional staff, The Branch relies on a wide range of volunteers to conduct our programs and to serve our members and residents. Whether you have a specific skill set or just have time to contribute, consider becoming a volunteer for The Branch. To see how you can contribute your time and talents to help others, learn more.Volunteer Now