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Ways to Give

Donations help us care for patients in need, provide end-of-life care in patients’ homes, at community facilities and at High Pointe House, develop new health care programs, provide advanced training to staff, purchase medical equipment, and much more.

We invite you to view some of our Ways to Give and call us with any questions. We would be happy to help you decide which options best meet your charitable interests.

Donate Online

You may also download our donation form to mail:

Home Health Foundation
Attn: Community Engagement
360 Merrimack Street, Building 9
Lawrence, MA 01843

More Ways to Give

Community Fundraising
Interested in organizing an event, carwash or yard sale? Host your own fundraiser in support of the agencies of Home Health Foundation!
Friends of MVH
The Friends of Merrimack Valley Hospice is a member-driven organization created by a passionate group of individuals touched by the work of Merrimack Valley Hospice and High Pointe House.
Volunteer
Learn more about volunteering: why people become hospice, administrative and event volunteers and the many benefits of giving the gift of time to the agencies of Home Health Foundation.
Corporate Giving
The business community is a valued partner in helping us to fulfill our mission of care to those in need. The agencies of Home Health Foundation are grateful to the many community minded businesses, both large and small, that make a significant difference in the lives of those we serve.
Recognition & Societies
Every donor who makes a gift makes a difference, and we are grateful to those who share our commitment to helping patients attain the best health and quality of life possible.
Tribute and memorial gifts are a thoughtful way to show appreciation for the care given to a loved one while knowing that your contribution will continue to help others.
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Continuing A Compassionate Journey

Continuing a Compassionate Journey

Join us on the next step of A Compassionate Journey, the Campaign for Subsidized Care, and help support those in financial need as they face physical and emotional challenges at life’s end.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an estate? What is a will?

An estate is the total of a person’s assets. Cash, investments, real estate, and other property are among the assets that make up your estate. A will declares your instructions about how these assets should be distributed after your passing. It’s an opportunity to take care of loved ones, meet personal obligations, and leave a legacy through a charitable gift.

If I die without a will, can my survivors decide how to distribute my assets based on wishes I expressed during my lifetime?

If you die without a will, your estate will be distributed according to state law, which may not be in accordance with your wishes.

Can I change my will after it’s been written?

A will is meant to protect your wishes, and changes may be made at any time either with a new will or a codicil (a document that amends, rather than replaces, a previously executed will). You should always review your will after major life changes, like the birth of a child, marriage, divorce, or change in residency to another state.

Can I leave a donation to Home Health VNA, Merrimack Valley Hospice or HomeCare, Inc. in my will even if it isn’t a huge sum of money?

Absolutely, every gift matters, no matter the amount! Your monetary support helps individuals get the care and services that they need. A bequest allows you to give a specific dollar amount, a percentage, an asset such as real estate, or residual of your estate.

We recommend consulting a lawyer or financial advisor when preparing a will or making updates to ensure the document is valid under state law.

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