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McHarrie Life Foundation is not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a group of dedicated volunteers who saw philanthropy as a tremendous force for positive change for our organization.
The vision of McHarrie Life Foundation is to provide the resources necessary to allow McHarrie Life to sustain its mission and achieve its dream without constraint. Every dollar raised ensures that future generations will benefit from our exemplary resident-centered care in a beautiful, home-like setting. Whether you have a family member or friend who has benefited from our care or you have been touched by our services, you will join a legacy of generosity that continues to grow and thrive each year.
Your gift to the Foundation will make a difference in the lives of our residents by supporting the programs and services that truly impact their physical, mental and social well being. Charitable gifts have a substantial and immediate impact on the most important members of our community: our residents.
Please consider supporting McHarrie Life Foundation in the following ways:
• Contribute to our annual giving fund
• Make a memorial or tribute gift in honor of your loved one
• Leave a bequest in your will, create a charitable gift annuity or other planned gift
You may also send a check made payable to:
McHarrie Life Foundation
7740 Meigs Road
Baldwinsville, New York 13027
If you would like to learn more about charitable giving at McHarrie Life Foundation, please contact Kelly O'Neill-Rossi, Director of Development & Marketing at 315-638-2521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of McHarrie Life Foundation is to solicit, invest and steward charitable gifts made on behalf of McHarrie Life, any and all of its entities. McHarrie Life Foundation is governed by a voluntary board of directors and counseled by professional investment advisors. Audited financial statements are available upon request or may be found at the office of the New York State Attorney General.