Our amazing work would simply not be possible without the combined efforts of our volunteers, family members, staff and the generosity of individuals like you. Investing in the work of Carnegie East House ensures that our older adult residents can continue to get the much needed help they need and enjoy this chapter of their lives. Whether you give a little or a lot, your donation is appreciated and extremely important to us. Today’s older adults took such great care of us when we were growing up. It’s now our time to take care of them.

Donations may be sent via check, money order or stock donation to:

Chris Baksh
Chief Operating Officer
1844 Second Avenue
New York NY 10128
Phone: 212-360-2226

Create a Legacy for Carnegie East House

Many people have expressed their love and gratitude to Carnegie East House by including us in their long-term financial plans. Bequests, charitable trusts and other deferred gifts help Carnegie East House provide support for its residents today and for many years to come. In some instances, the tax savings allow a larger gift than would otherwise be possible.

The easiest and most traditional way of supporting our mission is through a bequest. Simply name Carnegie East House as a beneficiary of a set dollar amount or a percentage of your estate. If you already have a will, your attorney can add a codicil to ensure that your wishes are followed without making a new will.

Below are several examples of ways to include Carnegie East House in your planned giving. Discussions with your family and your attorney or other professional advisors can help you decide which provisions would best fit your circumstances.

  • Make a Specific Bequest
  • Leave a Percentage or Residue
  • Create a Trust Arrangement
  • Use Tax-Deferred Retirement Plans
  • Consider Either an Unrestricted or a Designated Gift

Carnegie East House does not give legal or tax advice.
Please consult your attorney or professional advisor.


Photo caption: Our annual fundraiser, the Autumn Leaves Gala, with Board Members Steve Morrows, Nicola Heryet and Joseph Girven, Executive Director