Thank you for Your Support
First we would like to thank you for your support. Without your kindness and generosity, we would not be able to offer as many important programs as we do to those who need them most.
Throughout the year we receive donations from a variety of sources. Individuals and families often mail donations in memory of a loved one as a thank you for the care their family member received through Aging in America’s Continuum of Care. We are now equipped to handle on line donations for those who would like to use a credit card to make their donation. To access our on-line donation form, please click here.
Some people include Aging in America in their estate while others name Aging in America as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. In the past we have also been included in Charitable Remainder Trusts which offer the individual establishing the trust attractive tax benefits.
If you would like to donate to Aging in America, contact your accountant, attorney or financial advisor to learn how supporting Aging in America may help you meet your financial goals. If you would like to meet with someone here to discuss these and other philanthropic opportunities, please call 1-877-AGINGNY (1-877-244-6469).
In addition to individual donations, we host an annual gala that honors individuals who, through their personal dedication, have had a positive impact on the lives of others. In 2006 we honored Dominic Chianese for his musical talent that brings joy and hope to Alzheimer patients here at Aging in America and at various other locations throughout the tri-state area. We also honored Craig I. Hasday, president and part-owner of Frenkel Benefits, LLC. Craig is an active member of the Bronx community and his organization is dedicated to providing quality health care benefits to thousands of employees nationwide.
In 2008, we honored Dr. Michael Irwin, a dedicated and much admired Geriatrician and Vice President of Medical Services at Morningside House. We also honored Nat Picco, Jr. of Picco Construction who has had a tremendous influence in building in the education, health care, and municipal areas.
Carl S. Young, Past President of the New York Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, was honored in 2009 for his commitment and advocacy on behalf of older persons in New York.
The money we raise in 2010 will go to support our various programs as well as our new initiatives. To see our plans for 2010, click here.
Once again we would like to thank you for the financial support you provide to Aging in America which helps us provide the compassionate care that is so important to thousands of individuals throughout our area each year.