Support Innovative Care and Research
From an annual or monthly donation to a gift honoring a loved one, there are many ways to support Hebrew SeniorLife. No matter how you choose to give, your generosity matters. Whether it’s Alzheimer’s disease research and care or providing spiritual support for patients and their families, your gift will make a difference in many lives.
For generations our donors have improved the quality of life for people as they age, regardless of their health, religion, or financial need. As a charitable organization with Jewish roots, we feel special responsibility to care for the frailest and neediest members of our community.
Donors have allowed Hebrew SeniorLife to support seniors and their families through crises and guide them through the changes and challenges of aging, all while respecting their independence, dignity, and spirituality.
Your Gift Improves Lives
Our senior care experts serve more than 4,500 seniors each day in a variety of ways, including Harvard Medical School-affiliated health care. Our award-winning senior living communities are inclusive, welcoming, and supportive - and they offer residents of all income levels a continuum of care as their needs change over time.
Scientists at our Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research, affiliated with Harvard Medical School, conduct research on aging, including Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, mobility, the musculoskeletal system, and other areas. Their findings influence new treatments, inform health care policies, and advance medical knowledge around the world.
As an academic medical institution, Hebrew SeniorLife is a training ground for future nurses, doctors, therapists, and other health care professionals. We’ve trained more geriatric physician fellows than any single teaching program in the United States.
Your donation will not only change the lives of seniors and their families today, but by supporting research and the development of new standards of care, you’ll have a significant impact on how we all age.