Give to the Senior Center of Jackson Hole
Show your support for senior services in Jackson Hole with a financial contribution to the Senior Center of Jackson Hole.
Since 1979 the Senior Center of Jackson Hole has provided life-enhancing non-medical services to older members of our community. Grants and fees for services cover a portion of our annual budget and the rest is provided by our generous donors. Consider becoming a part of our giving community so we can continue providing “best-in-class” programs and services for our Seniors. You can make a donation by phone, by mail or e-mail, in person, or online. Consider honoring a family member with a memorial donation to the Senior Center. For more information contact [email protected].
Honor a loved one through a donation to the Senior Center through a Memorial Donation or by purchasing a brick on the Memory Wall at the Senior Center.
To make a donation in memory of a loved one, please include the following:
Honoree Name / Donor Name / Honoree family contact information
Memorial gifts can be made in any amount. Bricks on the “Memory Wall” at the north end of the Senior Center Dining Room are still available. Only one full-sized brick is available per Honoree. The contribution for a Brick is a minimum of $100.
Memorial gifts can be made by phone, by mail or e-mail or in person.
Our mailing address is PO Box 4677 Jackson WY, 83001
Our street address is 830 East Hansen Ave, Jackson WY
Our e-mail address is [email protected]
Our phone number is 307-733-7300
The Senior Center of Jackson Hole is a registered 501-C3 in the State of Wyoming. Tax ID Number 83-0246039. You can learn more about us on the website for the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole.
Create a Living Legacy
Consider leaving a gift to the Senior Center in your will. Your good deed will survive you and provide a memorial for your family and for generations to come. Please contact Rebecca at the Senior Center for more information.
Learn About Planned Giving
In March 2021, attorney Annie Kent Droppert offered an informative session on factors to consider when making an estate plan that includes lifetime charitable giving and charitable bequests. In this recorded presentation, Ms. Droppert discusses planned-giving vehicles, including donor advised funds, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and listing charitable organizations as designated beneficiaries on retirement accounts.
Annie is a partner with the local law firm Geittmann, Larson, Swift LLP. She focuses her practice in the areas of estate and tax planning, business planning, situs planning and trust & estate administration.