Creating a Legacy of Impact

Consider Leaving a Legacy of Your Continued Support and Caring
Impacting Future Generations of Older Adults

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You can help support older adults by leaving a planned gift to SeniorCare. Your gift will be a living legacy of your compassion for those who struggle with the challenges related to aging and caregiving.

The simplest way to make a legacy gift to SeniorCare is through your will or by designating SeniorCare as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, life insurance policy, or bank account. A legacy gift will allow you to make a bigger impact through a larger gift than is possible with present-day funds — without affecting your finances today and offering tax advantages to you and your heirs.

When you make a planned gift to SeniorCare, you also become part of the SeniorCare Legacy Circle.

To name SeniorCare as your beneficiary: List as SeniorCare, 49 Blackburn Center, Gloucester, MA 01930 – Tax ID# 042-512-171

Have questions? We are here to help. Call Jeanette Nolan, Development Officer at 978-281-1750 ext. 589.

Ways to Support SeniorCare

MEMORIAL GIFT –  Honor your loved one by Supporting SeniorCare

A memorial or tribute gift to SeniorCare is a powerful way to honor or remember your loved ones, friends, or colleagues. Your meaningful gift provides critical support for older adults and caregivers who need support as they face the challenges of aging and/or living with economic hardships or chronic health conditions.

Memorial gifts can be made directly on a secure page on our website at: SeniorCare will send a letter to the honoree or family acknowledging your generosity.

OBITUARY – Include SeniorCare in an Obituary

If you would like to direct family and friends to make a memorial gift to SeniorCare, you may include the following suggested language in an obituary or other tribute:

In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to SeniorCare in memory of (deceased name) to support efforts to help older adults face the challenges of aging. SeniorCare, 49 Blackburn Center, Gloucester, MA, 01930 or at  All gifts are tax-deductible as permitted by law.

Please contact Jeanette Nolan, Development Officer, at (617) 972-5687 to let us know who should receive notifications of gifts or if you have any questions.

The information on this page is not legal or tax advice. SeniorCare recommends you talk with an attorney and/or financial planner before including SeniorCare in your estate plan.

SeniorCare Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. All contributions made to the agency are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. SeniorCare’s profile can be viewed at the Giving Common. SeniorCare Inc. and its programs are funded in whole, or in part, by contracts with/or grants from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs and other funding sources.