For people with developmental disabilities, having the opportunity to work is often the single most important factor in achieving personal independence. Work provides much-needed income and is a great source of pride for those we serve. You can help the amazing people with disabilities we serve through a gift of your time, talent or treasure. Please consider a gift to Transition Services, Inc. All donations, regardless of size, have a marked impact on our work, on our community, and on the lives of those with developmental disabilities.

Secure Donation via PayPal

Ways of Giving

Call us at 702-383-1106 to make a gift by phone or discuss other ways of supporting people with disabilities. (Ask for Sally Rothfuss, Executive Director.)

As a 501(c)(3) charity (Federal Tax ID 88-0395940), all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.

Donate Online

Make an online donation today. PayPal securely processes donations for Transition Services, Inc. Don’t have a PayPal account? No problem! You can also use your credit card with this same link.

Donate by Mail

Checks can be made payable to Transition Services, Inc. and mailed to our administrative offices at:

2408 Las Verdes St.
Las Vegas, NV 89102

Recurring Donations

Whose life will you change today?

$25/month – could pay for 25 high school students with disabilities to receive Circles Magazine for a year.
$50/month – could provide food and supplies needed for our foster cats in the Project 4 Pets Program.
$100/month – could fill the gas tanks for the vans that enable people at our worksites access to the community.
$250/month – could take care of van maintenance that enable people at our worksites access to the community.
$500/month – could enable TSI to take another person with a developmental disability off the waiting list of Desert Regional Center, and provide them the opportunity to go to work.
$1000/month – could provide a person who has very severe physical limitations as well as a developmental disability with staff assistance so they could attend an employment program.

Matching Gifts Program

Ask your Human Resources Department about your company’s Payroll Deduction & Matching Gift Programs that may match the amount you wish to give to Transition Services, Inc., thereby doubling your impact.

Appreciated Securities

You can support Transition Services, Inc., by giving appreciated securities, which can be a tax-smart way to contribute.

When donating appreciated securities, a donor generally receives a charitable income tax deduction for the full market value of the securities given. Further, by donating the securities rather than selling them, a donor can avoid capital-gains taxes on the appreciation of these securities from their original basis.

Please consult your individual tax advisor for more complete information about donating appreciated securities, and feel free to use the Stock Calculator to see the actual cost of your gift after tax benefits.

To make a gift of stock, contact Sally Rothfuss, Executive Director, at 702-383-1106 or

Planned Giving

Longer-term contributions — including planned giving and bequests — are essential to our continued ability to serve those with developmental disabilities.

There are several ways of making a bequest to Transition Services, Inc.:

  • Specific bequests, as their name implies, enable you to bequeath an amount of your choice, usually in the form of a cash distribution.
  • Residuary bequests allow you to leave a remainder or percentage of your estate to TSI.
  • Contingency bequests make your gift contingent on special circumstances.

If you’re interested in remembering Transition Services, Inc. in your will — or learning more about the many other ways of supporting our work — please contact Sally Rothfuss at or 702-383-1106.

United Way

Many employers participate in workplace-giving programs through the United Way,, and you can choose to support Transition Services, Inc. specifically through these programs. Please contact your human resources office to find out how this works at your organization.

Privacy & Ethics: Our Pledge to Donors

Transition Services, Inc. owns and operates this website. We recognize visitors may be concerned about the information they provide to us. Our Privacy and Ethics Statement is intended to address those concerns, is subject to change, and may be updated without notice.

Transition Services, Inc. uses its best efforts to respect the privacy of its online visitors. We do not collect personally identifiable information from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly. Visitors to this website are not required to register or provide any information in order to view the content posted on this website.

Personally identifiable information knowingly and voluntarily provided by visitors is used solely by Transition Services, Inc. or other entities involved in the operation of this site for internal use only.

Personally identifiable information is not shared with or sold to a third party unless (i) the person submitting the information authorizes us to share it; (ii) sharing the information is a necessary operation of the site, such as the processing of credit card transactions; or (iii) when required by law.

Transition Services, Inc. is not responsible for the data collection practices or use practices of third parties that process online credit card transactions.

The Senior Management Team at Transition Services, Inc. is committed to the delivery of the highest quality program services to our clients while maintaining strict ethical standards to our donors. In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organization, we practice fiscal responsibility and disciplined, accountable management of those funds our donors entrust to us. Every donor is critical to our success and we take our stewardship of their contributions seriously. If you have any concerns or questions regarding our Privacy and Ethics Statement or our Pledge to Donors, please contact us.

Who We Are

Transition Services Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides meaningful work for adults with developmental disabilities.