Ways to Give
Thank you for your generous support
Help us continue to innovate and advocate for an ever growing population of older adults – ensuring their care, safety and health; that their lives are fully lived. This is everyone’s right.
The Hebrew Home depends on your annual gift to support the immediate needs of our residents and the Home and respond to new opportunities. Annual gifts are used in the year they are given, making an immediate difference in the lives of our residents, our dedicated caretakers and staff and in our innovative, life affirming quality of life programs.
A gift to create a specific fund providing continuous support in perpetuity to carry out a special purpose is vital to the future vigor of the Hebrew Home. Your endowment gifts allow us to create and/or strengthen vital programs and research that add years to life for our residents.
Naming opportunities are available.
To make an Endowment gift please contact Patricia Weiss at 718-581-1848 or Patricia.email@example.com
Making a planned gift may allow you to give more than you ever thought possible and, at the same time, benefit from tax advantages or income for life. Planned or deferred gift options include bequests, annuities (Charitable Gift Annuity) and trusts (Charitable Remainder Trust, Charitable Lead Trust) as well as gifts of life insurance, and pensions.
Charitable gifts reward donors in many ways: in addition to fulfilling your philanthropic goals, you may reduce taxes, increase spendable income, and address other financial and estate planning goals.
For more information about planned giving, to notify the Hebrew Home of a planned gift that has already been made, or if you wish to designate the Hebrew Home as a beneficiary in your will please contact Rosanne Slattery at 718-581-1250 or rosanne.slattery@hebrewhome.
For your ease, you can support the Hebrew Home by making a gift of stocks or other kinds of securities.
To make a securities gift please contact Patricia Weiss at 718-581-1848 or Patricia.firstname.lastname@example.org