Leadership Giving

Learn how generous donors are leading the effort to fund innovation in senior care. 

A gray-haired woman with a rollator stands talking to a male doctor in a hallway at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston.

Join the Movement to Redefine Aging

With a leadership gift of $25,000 or more, you can make such a huge difference in the lives of seniors today … and tomorrow. Whether you give an unrestricted gift that will be put to use where we need it most or a restricted gift to the program of your choosing, your impact on aging will reach far and wide. Naming opportunities are available, including programs, endowed positions, and spaces on our five campuses.

Areas that you may be interested in supporting include:

  • Memory Health. Hebrew SeniorLife offers a range of programs and services related to dementia, including the Deanna and Sidney Wolk Center for Memory Health, which brings a holistic approach to the complexities of memory loss at any stage.
  • Research and Teaching. The Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research conducts research on specific health challenges facing older adults. In addition, we train more than 1,000 future health care professionals each year.
  • Flagship Campus. We are in the process of transforming our Boston campus into an epicenter of innovative senior care, while also providing a more homelike environment for long-term chronic care patients.
  • Above and Beyond. Our programs and services go beyond the ordinary, and included music, dance, and art therapy, spiritual care, and multigenerational programs.

Hear From Our Donors

Three generations of a family - grandparents, parents, and children

The Rogers Family

“We’re interested in individuals and can see that our support is actually making a difference.”

HSL donor Marsha Cohen sits in her living room.

Marsha Cohen

“Giving seniors the best quality of life possible, which is what HSL does in a variety of ways, is so important. It’s the quality of care that is so incredible.” 

HSL donors Rick and Gabrielle Henken sit on a stone wall in a park.

Rick and Gabrielle Henken

“Innovation and research at HSL will help us all live better, more meaningful and active lives as we age.”