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In order to provide the quality of care that Indian Creek Foundation is known for we greatly rely on our greatest resource... a caring community. Through your gifts of time, monetary and in-kind donations the Foundation continues to be able to provide quality resources and supports to it's clients.

Donations can be made electronically by clicking on the DONATE button (located at the top, right of the page), over the phone by calling (267)203-1500 ext 120, or through the mail to Indian Creek Foundation, 420 Cowpath Road, Souderton, PA 18964. Please make checks payable to Indian Creek Foundation.

Annual Fund Gifts-These contributions are used to support the unfunded/underfunded programs that ICF provides for our clients.  Annual Fund contributions also support the general operations of the organization.

Activities Fund Gifts-Contributions to the Activities Fund provide for special experiences, activities, trips, and equipment for our clients and the departments that serve them.

Restricted Gifts-Your donation can be restricted to a specific project, property, or program.  Contact the Development Department for more information.

Honor and Memorial Gifts-These donations, as with all contributions, help our clients reach their fullest potential. The honored individual's name will be acknowledged upon receipt of the gift and a note will be sent to the appropriate individual or family.

Planned Giving- Donations to Indian Creek Foundation are deductible for income, estate, inheritance and gift purposes. These types of gifts can provide substantial savings in income, estate and inheritance taxes. In the case of lifetime gifts, certain limits may apply on the amount that can be used as an income-tax charitable deduction. However, by giving securities or properties, you can still receive some desirable income-tax savings. The value for income-tax deduction purposes is in the properties present market value, not their original cost to you. Gifts made to Indian Creek Foundation are administered by the Indian Creek Foundation's Board of Directors and held in confidence, Your attorney, financial advisor or accountant can assist you in determining any tax advantages.

United Way-Indian Creek Foundation is a proud recipient of gifts made through United Way contributions. The United Way provides support to thousands of organizations like Indian Creek Foundation annually. If you are interested in designating a gift specifically to Indian Creek Foundation, our donor number is 5158 or 05158. The United Way allows donations to be made directly through payroll deductions.

For additional ways you can help Indian Creek Foundation, contact the Director of Development at (267) 203-1500 ext 120.

The official registration and financial information of The Indian Creek Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

All Donations to The Indian Creek Foundation are tax deductible within the guidelines of state and federal law.

Guidestar Non-Profit Report Silver Staus - Indian Creek Foundation recently received the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Silver level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofits. The logo demonstrates ICF’s deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability.

In order to be awarded the Silver logo, ICF had to fill out every required field of our nonprofit profile on www.guidestar.org for that level of participation.

We hope you will check us out and tell us what you think: Indian Creek Foundation - Guidestar Profile

 

 

 

The following are items that the clients of Indian Creek Foundation need on an ongoing basis:

  • Arts & Crafts – paints, markers, paper, glitter, stickers, cut-out shapes, canvas, paper rolls
  • Gift cards to various stores, Wal-Mart, Target, and Grocery Store Gift Cards (any denominations)
  • Children's DVD's (G or PG)
  • New or gently used board games
  • Children’s CDs, musical instruments
  • Large knob wooden or texture puzzles (Any theme)
  • Plastic Storage Containers (Any size)
  • Paper & Plastic – cups, plates, napkins, paper towels, tissues, storage baggies (all sizes)
  • Small plastic shoebox bins
  • New or gently used children's books
  • Movement/Sports Equipment
  • Sensory Items (i.e. tables, fabrics, weighted items, exercise balls, sand, rice, etc)

If you are interested in making a donation, please contact the Director of Development at (267) 203-1500 ext. 120.

Indian Creek Foundation looks to promote community relationships and integrate clients into the community. Through various volunteer programs, the Foundation hopes to educate the community about intellectual and developmental disabilities.

 

For more information, contact the Chaplain at 267-203-1500 ext. 353.

 

Friendship Volunteers- Community members have the opportunity to share their time and heart with one of Indian Creek Foundation’s clients by partaking in common interests. Friendship Volunteers are asked to commit to an individual at least once a month for a year. 

 

STAR of Indian Creek Volunteers- These volunteers assist with evening activities for our members. Program activities include games, dancing, arts, crafts and karaoke. STAR programs are held in Souderton and North Wales locations.

 

Faith and Light Volunteers- Volunteers help to facilitate ecumenical services for members with developmental disabilities, their families and friends.

Indian Creek Foundation received support from the following Foundations:

Bucks County Community Development Block Grant Foundation
Child Development Foundation
Clemens Family Philanthropic Foundation
Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation
Fourjay Foundation
Genuardi Family Foundation
La-Mel Garden Foundation
Legacy Foundation
Longacre Family Fund
Merck Foundation
Montgomery County Community Development Block Grant Program
Montgomery County Foundation
North Penn Community Health Foundation

Visiting Nurse Foundation of Greater North Penn