WAYS TO GIVE


ways to give

As a non-profit organization, we simply cannot provide the wide range and high quality of services at such affordable rates without the support of our generous donors and benefactors. Here at St. Paul’s we are proud to offer independent retirement communities, assisted living and memory care support, skilled nursing as well as medical, social and home care services to our low-income seniors who participate in our PACE program.

There are several ways you can make a charitable gift to support our mission.

Gift Online or by Check


Designate your one-time or recurring gift to support the services of St. Paul's Senior Services. give online or mail a check

Gift Online or by Check
Planned Giving Options

Planned Giving Options


As you make your estate plans, consider creating a legacy gift to support our mission. Review these several options to see how you can leave a lasting legacy at St. Paul's Senior Services.

IRA Rollover Gifts


These are simple to do and you can avoid tax implications. Instruct the custodian of your IRA to send St. Paul's a part or all of your minimum annual distribution.

IRA Rollover Gifts
Gifts of Stock

Gifts of stock (especially highly appreciated stock) is an excellent way to support the mission of St. Paul's Senior Services while avoiding capital gains taxes and even enjoying other tax benefits. It is best to discuss this method of giving with your professional financial advisor.

Charitable Gift Annuity

This is a simple way to give to St. Paul's and give yourself a guaranteed income for the rest of your life. A typical Certificate of Deposit (CD) is paying under 1% interest and a savings account is paying even less. For someone 70 years old, a charitable annuity offers a return of over 5%, and the rates just get higher for those who are older.

Event Sponsor

Join the FUN raising party and become a sponsor for one of our many memorable events throughout the year. We have many different sponsorship opportunities to offer our supporters.

Philanthropy in Action


Because of generous charitable gifts, St. Paul’s Senior Services has opened a number of new programs and renovated existing facilities.