Mays Mission for the Handicapped, Inc.

"It's ability, not disability, that counts!"

-Coined by E.W. Mays, 1967

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All donations to Mays Mission for the Handicapped, Inc. are tax deductible in accordance with sections 170 and 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


Ways You Can Give


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To donate by phone, call toll-free at (888) 503-7955

To donate Online, Use the "Make a Donation" button on the left sidebar to go to Pay Pal.

To donate by mail, please send it to:

Mays Mission for the Handicapped, Inc.
P.O. Box 5000
Heber Springs, AR 72543-9985

Planned Giving

No one can predict what challenges lie ahead for people with disabilities. By including Mays Mission for the Handicapped in your estate through a bequest, charitable trust, retirement assets or life insurance policy, you can be sure that Mays Mission will remain a resource and a place of opportunity and hope.


To remember Mays Mission in your will, use the following language: "I give, devise, and bequeath all (or a percentage of) the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate to Mays Mission for the Handicapped, Inc., an Arkansas charitable organization, located at 604 Colonial Drive, Heber Springs, Arkansas."

*Note: Always consult your financial advisor regarding tax laws.


For more information on Planned Giving, please feel free to request one of our brochures via phone, letter, or email.

Planned Giving Brochure List

An Estate Planning Quiz

How a Will Works for You

Giving Through Your Will

How to Make a Will That Works

How to Protect Your Rights with a Will

What to Tell Your Attorney About Your Plans

Questions & Answers About Wills and Bequests

Planning For The Future

Questions & Answers About Retirement Plan Giving

Is Your Will Obsolete?

I'd Like To Give But...

Eleven Things To Remember

You Never Need to Change Your Will Unless...

Giving Thanks At Year End

The State Has Made Your Will

When Should A Woman Have A Will

Has Congress Changed Your Will?

Questions & Answers About Estate Planning

Five Ways To Make The Most Of Your Gifts

Thanks For Giving

37 Things People "Know" About Wills

Personal Financial Affairs Record


Do not assume that a person with a disability is disabled in all areas of life.