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Est. 1984

Providing volunteers

to enable elders and those with disabilities to live independently in their homes.

2015 Annual Report 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization

817A 6th Street Clarkston, WA 99403

509.751.9143

interlinkvolunteers.org


The mission of Interlink is to enable elders and people with disabilities to live independently in their homes.

Board of Directors Karen Andrews Lewis-Clark State College Michael Gruben Inland Cellular

Funding Sources

Keith Havens KLEW - TV

Funding Dollars

Denise Key KeyWire Web Design Michelle King WideOrbit DeeLee Mendenhall Public Health, Idaho North Central District 2 Funding Amount Individuals Private Grants/Foundations Contract Services Business/Corporations Local Churches Government Grants Total Funding

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

24,100 24,075 22,603 15,500 10,200 4,000 100,478

Cara Snyder Retired, Area Agency on Aging Tina Weathermon Community Volunteer

Brady Woodbury Asotin County Public Health

Individuals Private Grants/Foundations Contract Services Business/Corporations Local Churches Government Grants Funding Private Grants/Foundations 24%

Individuals 24%

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

24,100 24,075 22,603 15,500 10,200 4,000 100,478

Contract Services 23%

Contract Service Partners

Business/Corporations 15% Government Grants 4% Local Churches 10%

Staff Deborah Snyder EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 208.792.7568 mobile director@interlink-volunteers.org

Alisha Adkinson TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR transportation@interlink-volunteers.org

Sam Charles CONSTRUCTION SERVICES COORDINATOR 208.874.3508 mobile sjskcharles@gmail.com

Interlink, Inc. 817 A 6th Street Clarkston , WA 99403 Office phone: 509.791.91463 Office Hours: 9 am – 4 pm Mon. -Thurs.

Our Volunteers 421 Clients / Care Receivers (Duplicated) 472 Volunteers (Includes group volunteers) 6943 Volunteer Hours

Volunteers make it all possible. Do you have a heart for service? Looking for a way to give back to our community? Contact our office or visit our website for volunteer opportunities and application on our website at www.interlinkvolunteers.org

We

our Volunteers.


For residents of Nez Perce County, Idaho and Asotin County, Washington.

Our Services There is NEVER a charge for Interlink Services.

5,667 rides given.

In order to promote independent living and reduce isolation, volunteers provide transportation to and from health care appointments and to pick up prescription medication. Also grocery and personal shopping. We are able to shop with you, if you need a hand. If you wish to visit a spouse in a facility, we are here for you. To request service, please call our office or visit our website. We request 48 hour notice in advance to coordinate transportation requests. Volunteers use their own vehicles to provide this service.

12 ramps built. Another way we promote independent living for our elders and people with disabilities is through the construction of wheelchair ramps by our volunteers. Most of us are able to comfortably manage entering and exiting our home. Some of our physically disabled neighbors find it difficult, if not impossible, to leave their home as stairs become a major obstacle. It is possible that some of these folks could have to give up their independence by moving from their home due to their inability to come and go to access necessary services. To request service, please call our office or visit our website. The usual lead time on building a new ramp is 4-6 weeks.

 122 minor home repairs and

safety modifications.

Following a home assessment, our volunteers can install a grab bar, replace a screen, make small plumbing repairs and complete other similar minor household repairs. To request service, please call our office or visit our website. The usual lead time on repair requests is 10 days.

62 yardwork services provided.

Following a home assessment, our volunteers perform general yardwork. This includes raking leaves, pulling weeds, limited trimming of trees, bushes and hauling yard waste. Yardwork projects make great group volunteer projects for community and faith-based groups. To request service, please call our office or visit our website. The usual lead time on yardwork requests is 10 days.

Interlink does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age or disability. We are a 501©3 organization.

Interlink, Inc. 2015 Annual Report  

2015 Interlink Annual Report

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