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An enduring legacy in our fight against Alzheimer’s
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An enduring legacy in our fight against Alzheimer’s

 How to Give to the Agency Fund
 For more information

The Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter agency fund was created with the Central New York Community Foundation in 2014 from three endowments and funds previously bequeathed to the Chapter in memory of Lynn Smith, Kirk Sterling, and Ruth Stoner. Each family earmarked these donations to support family and professional caregiver education within our Chapter territory.

And now you can join these families by making a tax-deductible contribution to our agency fund.

Combining these funds and partnering with the Central New York Community Foundation, we are able to leverage its resources to create a far stronger rate of return than any private investment. The result is a permanent fund that ensures the legacy of these families’ commitment to educate the community about Alzheimer’s disease.

Make a gift using any of the options below, or contact the Central New York Community Foundation at (315) 422-9538.

 

How To Give

Gifts of cash: These donations can be made online or by mail to: Alzheimer’s Association Agency Fund, c/o Central New York Community Foundation, 431 E. Fayette St., Ste. 100, Syracuse, NY 13202

Gifts of stock or other assets: To discuss donations that provide life income to you, or language to include the Fund in your will, please contact the Foundation at (315) 422-9538.

Gifts from your donor-advised fund at the Foundation: Contact your designated representative to arrange a dispersal to our fund

 

To learn more...

The Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter agency fund is administered by the Central New York Community Foundation. Donations made to the fund are acknowledged and receipted by the Foundation independently from the Chapter. Contact Toni Ann Walsh, chief development officer, at (315) 472-4201 x109 or (607) 785-7852 x109 for more information.


 

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