Support the Levy Senior Center
We make donating simple and convenient. You can give through our website here, through automatic bank transfer, or by filling out this form and delivering a check via mail or in person.
Donations can also be designated to a specific fund including the general building fund which encompasses upcoming capital improvements, the Dennis Newton Scholarship Fund which subsidizes Day Trips, the Levy Lecture Series, and the Fran Randall Concert Series.
Gifts to the Levy Senior Center Foundation help improve the quality of life for seniors in the Evanston community.
Honor a Loved One
Does someone you know personally benefit from the Levy Senior Center? Making a tribute gift to the Levy Senior Center Foundation is the perfect way to honor their legacy.
Whether you’re celebrating someone’s achievement, a special milestone, or a loved one’s memory, your charitable contribution shows commitment to the center that supports older adults in this community.
Once your gift is received, the Levy Senior Center Foundation will send a note to the honoree or family acknowledging your gift at your request.
Planned Estate Giving
Donor Leaf Wall
Donations of $500 and greater receive a customized engraved leaf on the Donor Wall at the Levy Senior Center. The leaf customization form is sent to the address provided by the donor.
$500 — $999
$1,000 — $4,999
$5,000 — $9,999
$10,000 — $24,999
$25,000 — $49,999
$50,000 — $249,999
With a planned gift to the Levy Senior Center Foundation, you can combine your desire to support Evanston seniors with your overall financial, tax and estate planning goals. Whether through bequests, charitable gift annuities or gifts of stock, every gift shows appreciation and commitment to the seniors in our community.
To learn more about the Levy Senior Center Foundation and opportunities to include it in your legacy plans, please fill out the form or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re available to answer any questions you may have. Your legacy contributions will enrich the lives of Evanston seniors now and for years to come.