Donate to Support the Aging Population
Your support brings hope to less fortunate aging adults and helps them live with dignity and independence. Select a tab below to learn more about each fund and how your support fuels our mission. Every gift can be made in honor or in memory of someone.
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Give65 Incentive Fund

Give65, the signature program of Helping Seniors Charities, is the primary way we distribute funds to charitable organizations serving aging adults. Give65 includes an online giving platform exclusively for charitable organizations serving older adults, many who are vulnerable and rely on these organizations to maintain their quality of life. Funds raised provide basic needs to the elderly, including meals, transportation, housing, social activities and more.

Your support of the Give65 Incentive Fund provides financial incentives to charitable organizations, like matching gifts, to inspire giving on a greater level during our two annual fundraising events. To contribute to the Give65 Incentive Fund, complete the donation form below. To learn more about our current Give65 charitable partners or how to become one, visit the Give65 page.

Donate now to the Give65 Incentive Fund.

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Disaster Relief Fund

When a natural disaster is presidentially declared, Helping Seniors Charities comes to the rescue with the help of the Disaster Relief Fund. This Fund – predominantly funded by the Helping Seniors network – provides immediate relief grants to Care Professionals and key players impacted by the disaster. These grants provide essentials such as food, water, clothing and shelter during these difficult times.

Donate to the Disaster Relief Fund today.

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Endowment Fund

A gift to the Endowment Fund provides the financial support required to sustain the mission of Helping Seniors Charities for future years. Donors can support the general endowment or contribute to the Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias fund, which focuses on the following:

  • Providing specialized dementia education and training for families and medical professionals
  • Launching innovative programs
  • Creating support services for those caring for people with dementia

Donate now to the Endowment Fund today.

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General Fund

Your gift supports the overall function of Helping Seniors Charities, while giving the flexibility to support the area of greatest need in an unrestricted capacity.

Donate now to the General Fund today.

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In addition to online giving, Helping Seniors Charities accepts the following donation methods in support of less fortunate aging adults. To discuss any of these giving options in greater detail, please contact Lenli Corbett, executive director, at 402-575-5950 to facilitate any of the following giving options.


Checks can be mailed to this secure address:

Helping Seniors Charities
42 W Campbell Ave., Ste 101
Campbell, CA 95008


A pledge agreement allows a donor to make a contribution to be paid over a period of one to five years.

Gift of Stock

Gifts or appreciated securities help a donor support the mission of Helping Seniors Charities while avoiding capital gains and earning a charitable tax deduction.

Individual Retirement Account Gifts

For those donors who are 70.5 years or age or older, a gift from your IRA supports Helping Seniors Charities programs while avoiding income taxes.

Planned Gifts

There are many legacy gifts to consider. You may wish to remember Helping Seniors Charities in your will or choose any other planned giving option.

Seasonal Programs

The Be a Santa to a Senior General Fund provides joy and cheer during the holiday season when it can be lonely for older adults who don’t have family to visit. Your donation helps local programs purchase gifts to be delivered to less fortunate aging adults. You can support a program in your community (if available) or support the General Fund, which will be used for the area of greatest need.