Achieving HOPE Campaign
New Hope Services, Inc. is pleased to announce... Achieving HOPE, a 3-year, $1 million campaign to support the mission and vision of New Hope. And... we are excited to report that we are more than halfway to our goal!
Thanks to the leadership of our Board, executive team, and very generous donors, to date we have raised more than $542,000!
We invite you to join us in this effort to provide services that respond to individual needs and help create a quality life for all in our community.
There are multiple ways to support our misson:
You can make your tax-deductible donation to New Hope Services, Inc. On-Line by clicking the Donate Now Button. You will be taken to our secure Paypal donation page.
Donate by Mail
You can make your tax-deductible donation to New Hope Services, Inc. by mail.
Complete and mail the form with check or credit card information to:
New Hope Services, Inc.
c/o How You Can Help
725 Wall Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Please make checks payable to: New Hope Services, Inc.
Donate In-Kind Gifts
New Hope Services, Inc. is not setup to accept most in-kind gifts, especially in bulk. However, if you have an in-kind gift you believe would benefit our organization, please email us or call
An example of an in-kind gift that we would normally benefit from is a new or newly used transportation vehicle (i.e. a minivan, van, or similar) as we do utilize a small number of transport vehicles for our clients.
A few other examples of in-kind gifts that could be used:
- Printer/Copier Paper
- Office Supplies
Donate by Phone
You can make your tax-deductible donation to New Hope Services, Inc. by calling:
(812) 288-8248 Ext. 120
(800) 237-6604 Ext. 120
New Hope is nationally accredited by the following agencies.
- Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
- Health Families America
- National Association for the Education of Young Children
- HUD certified counseling agency
- Better Business Bureau Accredited Organization
New Hope Services supports the Donor Bill of Rights which was established by a group of fundraising organizations to ensure ethical standards and principles were established to maintain public trust.
What are planned gifts?
Planned gifts include gifts through your will, certificates of deposit, charitable gift annuities, gifts of life insurance, pooled income funds, and charitable trusts.
You may make a contribution by naming New Hope Services, Inc. as a beneficiary in your will. A contribution of this kind may reduce estate taxes and allow you to structure the gift to the advantage of your loved ones.
Certificate of Deposit
Certificates of Deposit may be made payable to New Hope Services, Inc. upon death. This kind of gift requires no change in your will and removes the contribution from probate proceedings.
Life Income Gift
You irrevocably transfer some assets to New Hope Services, Inc. now, and in return, you (and a survivor, if you wish) receive income for life.
Gift of Life Insurance
Some of our supporters no longer need their life insurance, that was purchased years ago to provide for children or other family members, and donate the policy to New Hope Services, Inc. You have the potential to make a substantial future gift for the cost of the premiums on the policy.
Pooled Income Fund
Your gift of money, marketable securities, or both is invested together with similar gifts from other supporters.
Charitable Lead Trust
Individuals with very large estates can use a charitable lead trust to benefit the American Red Cross and pass principal to family members with little or no tax penalty.
Gifts of Retirement Plans
Your IRA assets will be transferred to a charitable remainder trust, the trust will provide life income to the beneficiary, and then an eventual gift to the Red Cross.
For more information on how to advise New Hope Services of your desire to make a planned gift arrangement, Email Us or call 812-288-8248.
As one of the largest non-profit organizations in the Louisville Region, New Hope relies on public and private support to underwrite very important programs/services. Our donor recognition society honors two early volunteers who were New Hope founders, Ruby McKean and Mildred Williams, and long-time Board Member Jack Leuthart (1983-2011).
Members of the Society acknowledge cumulative or lifetime giving by our major donors. We are grateful to welcome 15 new donors to the Society over the past year and 4 donors who were upgraded into a high category of giving. Please accept New Hope’s deep appreciation for your generous
$5,000 - $10,000
Blue Sky Foundation
Bowles Mattress Co.
John E. Broady
William R. Davis
First Harrison Bank
General Mills Foundation
L. Thorn Co., Inc.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Mary and George Schlosser
Walnut Ridge Nursery
Jay C Food Store
Gordon Gutmann, MD
Walter T. and Hazel Bales Foundation
$10,000 - $25,000
Robert G. Courtney
Patrick J. Daily
MAC Construction & Excavating, Inc.
McCauley Nicolas & Company
Miles & Finch Insurance
The New Washington
Community Foundation of Scott County
State of Indiana
The C. E. and S. Foundation
Donald B. Thompson
Your Community Bank
Community Foundation of Southern Indiana
Charles Coffey Estate
Applegate and Fifer
Charles E. Reisert, jr
Forsite Properties, LLC
New Hope Services Employees
The Paul Ogle Foundation, Inc
Edwina & Arthur Anderegg
$50,000 - $100,000
United Way of Scott County
WHAS Crusade for Children
John and Penny Neace
Good Samaritan (6)
$25,000 - $50,000
Geo. Pfau’s Sons
Caesars Foundation of Floyd County
James A. Bosley
Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc.
The Gheens Foundation
New Hope Services, Inc. provides services to individuals in the community as a not-for-profit (501)(c)(3) organization. Donations are greatly appreciated and will help to further New Hope's vision and mission.
Donations to New Hope Services are tax deductible as defined by law. New Hope Services recognizes our donors in some publications (e.g. Annual Report) but will never share specific donation amounts or release information to any other party. If you would like to review your information or if you wish for your gift to remain anonymous please call the Development Office at (812) 288-8248 ext. 120.