A tax deductible gift to Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center is a unique, generous, and thoughtful way to remember or pay tribute to a loved one. Donations can be made in your loved ones memory, or on a special occasion such as an anniversary or birthday. Your generous gift helps us continue to provide the highest quality care possible for our residents.
How to Donate:
You can make a secure online tax deductible donation with any major credit card or a PayPal account by clicking the Donate link below.
You Choose Where Funds Go: Resident Activities Or The Employee Fund
You can choose to support resident activities with a donation to the Resident Council. By donating to the resident council, your gift will help provide entertaining and stimulating activities. We provide trips to local attractions, luncheons, educational classes, and entertainment. In memory of your loved one, your gift will be utilized to support activities that entertain, enlighten, and educate.
You can also choose to donate to our outstanding staff that provided the care by making a donation to the Employee Fund. Your tax deductible donation will help express appreciation for the staff who provided the care for your loved one. The employee fund provides recognition programs, education, and luncheons that help inspire, educate, and motivate. By investing in our staff we help ensure they know how absolutely critical they are in the quality care provided here at Mary Ann Morse.
USE THE DONATE BUTTON BELOW.
PLEASE INDICATE IN THE “ADD SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO THE SELLER” SECTION
WHICH FUND YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE TO:
RESIDENT COUNCIL FUND OR EMPLOYEE FUND
Contributions can also be made by mail by sending a check to:
Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center
45 Union Street
Natick, MA 01760O
You can also choose to gift in other ways if you would like. Contact Lisa Kubiak the Executive Director at (508)433-4400 or Email her at email@example.com.
On behalf of Mary Ann Morse Healthcare, we thank you for your gift and hope that this donation adds to your loved ones legacy.