Giving Opportunities  –Donations

Financial contributions to the Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, (AAAPP) Inc. are a critical part of the support we need to continue our work in assisting needy seniors in our local communities in Pasco and Pinellas counties.

Why should I donate?

Funding cuts have affected all non-profits.  But no one is more affected than those who have very little.  Such seniors depend on our many programs for help.

Many of our programs have waiting lists and very tight budgets, leaving vulnerable seniors without vital services.  Some examples of large waiting lists are the meals programs (Meals on Wheels/home-delivered meals and Congregate meals) with waiting lists of 700+ people; while the Homemaker programs have 1500+ persons waiting (Pasco and Pinellas counties).  Some things just can’t wait.

How can I help? 

Help us help more needy seniors by making a donation now or in the future through the planned giving methods listed below:

Donate Now 

PayPal securely processes donations for the AAAPP.  You can complete your payment using any major credit or debit card with just a few clicks.

If you prefer writing a check, please mail it to:

Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc.
9549 Koger Blvd., Ste 100
St. Petersburg, FL  33702

Paying Tribute to someone special in your life:

Any donation you make to the AAAPP may pay lasting tribute to a loved one, a deceased relative or friend, a special occasion, or an outstanding achievement.  You can mention the Agency as a place to make donations in lieu of flowers to pay tribute to a loved one. Requests of this type are often made in obituaries or at the funeral of a loved one. Remember to include the address of the AAAPP in your request. Provide all relevant information when you make your donation.  We will notify the individual honored or the family of the deceased of your thoughtfulness.

Make a Planned Gift

You don’t need to be wealthy to make a significant gift to the AAAPP.  Please consider a gift through your estate which may include a bequest, life insurance, IRAs, appreciated stocks and bonds, and savings accounts.

  • Your will or trust:  You can easily add a bequest for AAAPP in your will or trust.  The process is simple and inexpensive.  When you are having your will or trust drafted by your attorney, add the AAAPP as a beneficiary.

Legal Language for your will or trust: Example:  “Ten (10%) Percent to AREA AGENCY ON AGING OF PASCO-PINELLAS, INC., located at 9549 Koger Blvd., Suite 100, St. Petersburg, FL 33702, a 501c(3) private non-profit agency, or its successors in interest”(its successors in interest” means that your gift would still go to the Area Agency on Aging even if they change their name in the future).

  •  Savings accounts and CD’s:  You can name the AAAPP as a beneficiary on a bank account by setting it up as a Payable-on-Death (POD) account.
  • Life Insurance:  If you have a life insurance policy, you can name the AAAPP as a beneficiary for all or part of your life insurance proceeds.
  • IRAs:  You can name AAAPP as a beneficiary.  You may choose to leave all or any portion of your IRA to AAAPP.
  • Stocks, Bonds or a Brokerage account: You can name AAAPP as a direct beneficiary of these assets.

Name AAAPP as a direct beneficiary on a bank account, CD, Life Insurance, IRA, Stock, bond or brokerage account by putting the Agency’s name & address on the beneficiary form:

Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc.,
9549 Koger Blvd., Suite 100,
St. Petersburg, FL 33702.

Have a program that means a lot to you?

Contributions to the Agency may be unrestricted (donations, without any conditions placed upon them and made to the Agency and directed where they are most needed) or restricted (designated to a specific program within the AAAPP.