We are committed to creating in the Madison Area:
Permanent, long-term recovery housing that is community-founded mentor-led, and staff-supported.
A safe place of belonging.
A community of supportive recovery for men over 18 years of age.
Wrap-around services that provide opportunities to address obstacles to recovery.
Job Training that leads to career success.
Join Us / Get Involved
Together, we can respond with hope and possibility to an urgent crisis in our families, our neighborhoods, our state, and in our country. Together, we can make a difference and create a positive future for many who otherwise would not have the chance to live a healthy, productive life.
Ways To Help
We are looking for property of four acres or more for construction, or a building to renovate. Can you help us find a place?
Join us with your professional skills to assist in moving this critical initiative forward.
Let us know of any relevant grant opportunities or funding resources.
Required Minimum Distribution
Donating part or all of your unused retirement assets, such as your individual retirement account (IRA), is an excellent way to make a contribution. Charitable donations from IRA may provide tax benefits as well.
Donors of a certain age are eligible to make charitable gifts directly from an IRA, with the charitable contribution deducted on your federal tax return.
A gift in your will designated to Restoring Roots either as a percentage of your estate or a stated dollar amount. These gifts can be in the form of cash or a stock, bonds, ETF’s or mutual funds transfer.
The ability to name Restoring Roots as the beneficiary of funds from an irrevocable trust, life insurance policy, 401k, or other retirement plan.
PLANNED GIVING: individuals establish wills, revocable living trusts, and irrevocable trusts as part of their overall estate planning. Giving to a favorite nonprofit organization such as Restoring Roots can be a convenient and tax savings option, while helping to ensure Restoring Roots can continue to impact future generations.
The opportunity to fund a trust that makes gifts to Restoring Roots for a designated number of years and provides a charitable income tax deduction for the amount of the gift. After a fixed term, the trust assets are paid to the donor or donor’s beneficiaries.