Supporting The Cedars

Our success depends on your generosity.

For over 86 years The Cedars has relied on the generosity of people like you to help us fulfill our promise of caring for the elders of our community. Your support has enabled us to expand and adapt our service options to respond to the ever-changing needs of the people we serve.

As our society continues to age we must forge ahead and meet our seniors’ vital, growing needs. The Cedars is improving the quality of life for over eight hundred individuals annually, closing the gap between public subsidies and the actual cost of care, while also assisting low-income seniors through our programs.

Learn more about how your generosity can help us fulfill our mission and help you reach your personal, philanthropic and financial goals.

Your support helps us to maintain our high standards, strengthen our current services and continue to respond to demands for new and innovative programs in the future.

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. You may be able to deduct some or the all of your gift for tax purposes.

Thank you for your generosity!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet our Donors:

Liz and Sid Geller

Giving Matters to the Gellers.

Liz and Sid Geller both come from families philanthropy is a priority. The Cedars has benefitted greatly from their ongoing support. We sat down with Liz and Sid to learn more about why The Cedars is their charity of choice.

What inspires you to keep giving back to The Cedars?

Sid: The Cedars has been good to our families, and our families have benefitted from the care The Cedars offers.

Liz: The Cedars is so well run! The state-of-the-art Sam L. Cohen Rehabilitation Center is fabulous and the evidence-based data about rehab patient recovery rates is remarkable. The Osher Inn and The Atrium set a very high standard. Every detail is just so impressive. Because Sid served seven years on The Cedars Board, we know how visionary it really is."

Why did you choose to make a planned gift to The Cedars?

Sid:"We had discussed the idea of establishing a Charitable Remainder Trust with Kathy Callnan, The Cedars President and CEO, as a way of making amore significant gift beyond our Annual Fund commitment."

Read the full conversation with the Gellers here.