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The Adult Center of Prescott is a private non-profit organization, qualified as a 501c (3) charitable organization in the Federal Tax Code, separate from the City of Prescott since 1983. We are not funded by the City of Prescott or any other government agencies. All our funding comes from memberships, activities, rentals, private donations, and grants. We rely solely upon the generosity of our members and friends in the community to meet our budgetary goals, to stay open to serve you and our community.


To all our current and future Donors we offer our sincere THANK YOU for your kind generosity and support for the Adult Center of Prescott mission, values and Members whom we serve.


General Fund Donation

Active Life Pavilion


Fundraising effort to keep us all physically, mentally, socially active, especially in case of any resurgence of the pandemic or other building closure.


A site plan is currently being developed for a pavilion with a concrete floor and a steel   constructed roof. It is being planned on the east side of the Adult Center building.

The cost for the site work, concrete, and    installation is estimated at $309,400. Restrooms are also being planned, and the total cost for the project would likely be in the half-million-dollar range. 


Recreation Services Director Joe Baynes said a no-cost license agreement has already been administered to allow the Adult Center to build the pavilion on about a half-acre of the city’s land east of the Adult Center.


Baynes added that the city is still awaiting details on how it will be allowed to use the $6.4  million it is estimated to receive in American Rescue Plan money. The city expects to get more information from the federal government by mid-May, Baynes said, and if applicable, the pavilion would likely be contemplated for some of the money.

Overall, Baynes sees the pavilion as a positive addition to the Adult Center. “I think it’s a good idea to be able to have outdoor programming; it’s a good use of the property,” he said.

 


Active Live Pavillion Donation

Endowment Fund

The Adult Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with dedicated, professional management and a Board of Directors, elected by the membership, working together as a team.

 

It is the mission of the Adult Center of Prescott, Inc. to provide enrichment opportunities and facilities for social interaction, recreation, education, and health information to the adult population of the greater Prescott area.

 

In 1993, the Adult Center Board of Directors approved and established an Endowment Fund to ensure continuation of the program.

 

Why an Endowment Fund?

An Endowment Fund is a tool for long-range financial planning. Donations to an Endowment Fund provide monies for such purposes as:

  • Promoting the mission of the Adult Center
  • Funding a service demonstration project
  • Paying for major capital expenditures
  • Emergency or special needs of the Adult Center

Accumulated interest on the donated funds provides an ongoing flow of income that can be used to supplement operating budgets, help finance capital projects, and meet other center needs. The income from the Endowment Fund also enables the Center to maintain membership dues and activity fees at a nominal level to ensure programs and services are accessible to serve a broad range of income levels.


Why be a Donor to the Center’s

Endowment Fund?

    The fund is a vehicle enabling members and others in the community to utilize donations as a means of estate planning and as memorials in memory of loved ones.

    Bequests to the Endowment Fund are utilized to provide services and programs for the adult population of Prescott and the neighboring communities.

 

What are the Advantages

to the Donor?

Personal satisfaction of fulfilling charitable interests during one’s lifetime.

Immediate recognition from the organization.

Tax advantages: Immediate deduction in the year the gift is made. Decrease or elimination of capital gain taxes for a gift of appreciated property.


How are the Assets Managed?

    All donations received are deposited in total to the Fund. There are no management or other fees imposed against the principal balance.

    The assets of the fund are managed and invested with the objective of achieving the greatest return consistent with the fiduciary character of the fund.

    The fund is managed, without charge, by Scott Financial Management, an independent, certified financial planning firm doing business in Prescott.


The Endowment Fund consists of a

diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds. 

 

 


Endowment Fund


LEARN ABOUT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES


Community OutReach Sponsorship

Community Outreach Sponsorships Sponsorships can be monthly, quarterly or yearly

 

Consider Sponsoring a lecture from a local Doctor, Professional, Advisor, Elder Care Advocate to help extend support and knowledge to our Members.

Sample seminars to include: Blood and Heart Circulation, Bones Joints and Muscles, Brain and Nerves, Digestive System, Diabetes, Alzheimers, Infections, Aging, Dementia, Cancers, Health System, Nutrition, Substance Abuse, Eyes and Vision,, Ear Nose and Throat, Diabetes, Surgery and Rehabilitation, Medicare, Disability, Social Security, Fraud Seminars, Preparing your Will and Estate, Help with Electronics and More!



$100 – One free lecture for the community

$200 – One free lecture from you and one from the community

$300 – One free lecture from you and two free lectures for the community

$500 – One lecture from you and four free lectures for the community

$1000 – Two lectures from you and eight free lectures for the community

$2000 – Four lectures from you and sixteen free lectures for the community

Contact Us for More Information

Sponsor and Activity!


Sponsor an Activity for our Members to attend at no charge.


Sample Activities and Support Groups - Puzzles - Alcoholics Anonymous - Social Hour - Scrabble - Widow Support Group - Language Classes - Euchre - Photo Club - Art Club - Pinochle - Craft Club - Alzheimer’s Support Group - Book Club - Vacation Club - Dementia Support Group - Nutrition Club - Chess/Checkers - Discussion Groups - Dominos - Gin Rummy - Yahtzee Other Clubs and Activities as Members request.


$250 a month will sponsor a weekly club or support group

$400 a month will sponsor a biweekly club or support group

$500 a month will give a group free weekly game play for a month (Mahjong, Pinochle, Canasta)

$1500 a quarter will sponsor a weekly club and support group for a quarter

$8400 Sponsor Community room with naming rights for a year for free groups and activities (two rooms available).


Contact Us for More Information

Add Advertising to your sponsorship online and in our newsletter

$50 Month– Business Card ad

$75 Month– ¼ Page Add

$140 Month– ½ Page Add

$175 Month – Full Page

$250 – Flyer Insert


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