MAKE A CONTRIBUTION 2017-08-08T14:21:15+00:00

Project Description

Making a charitable contribution to Cedarcrest Center is simple.  There are several ways you can contribute.

  • Give online.  Click this link to make a secure online donation using any major credit card.  We will mail you a letter acknowledging your gift along with a credit card receipt within two (2) business days.
  • Give cash.  Mail your check payable to Cedarcrest, Inc.:
    Cedarcrest Center for Children with Disabilities
         Office of Development and Communications
         91 Maple Avenue
         Keene, NH 03431
    We will mail you an acknowledgement letter within two (2) business days.
  • Give Securities. Use shares of stock to make a gift by having your broker transfer shares electronically to our gift account at Citizens Bank.  We urge you to contact us directly (or have your broker do so) at the time of the transfer so that we can provide instructions to our broker.  Your broker will need the following information:DTC #901 (Bank of NY)
    Account #101400 i/n/0 Citizens Bank

    F/F/C Cedarcrest A/C #3013050Please telephone or e-mail Laurie Leduc at Citizens Bank at 603.634.7751 or Laurie.Leduc@CITIZENSBANK.com prior to the transfer.

Please contact the Office of Development and Communications at Cedarcrest directly for instructions prior to donating stock certificates you physically have in hand.

What your contribution means.  Your contribution means that Cedarcrest Center can continue to…

  • Attract and retain highly-qualified staff to support the care of children with complex medical and developmental needs.
  • Keep pace with advances in medical, therapeutic and educational technologies, ensuring the highest possible standards of safety and service.
  • Provide access to recreational and social enrichment opportunities for the children our care.
  • Serve as an information and training resource to families, medical, social service and educational professionals, and other caregivers in the community.
  • Provide arange of care options for children with complex medical and developmental needs.

How your contribution will be used.

  • Unrestricted gifts. General gifts will be directed to our most pressing needs during the fund year in which we received your gift.
  • Restricted gifts. Opportunities abound for you to make a meaningful gift for a specific purpose, project or equipment purchase.  If you are interested in exploring such gift options, please contact the Office of Development and Communications for information and guidance.
  • Tribute gifts.  Your gift to Cedarcrest Center may be designated in memory of or in honor of a friend, family member or other loved one.
  • Endowment gifts.  Your gift for endowment purposes will be permanently invested to yield income for general purposes or for a restricted purpose as you may direct.  Currently many of our friends and supporters have made contributions to the Margaret ‘Peg’ Knox Endowed Scholarship Fund to provide educational assistance to Cedarcrest staff members pursuing advanced education in nursing or in another allied health field.  Other donors have provided general endowment funds and named memorial endowment funds.

For additional information or assistance, please contact:

Patty Farmer, MBA, CFRE
Director of Development and Communications
Cedarcrest Center for Children with Disabilities
91 Maple Avenue
Keene, NH 03431

pfarmer@cedarcrest4kids.org
Phone: 603.358.3389