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Ways to Give

Our founders reached out to the community to assist them in their desire to heed God’s calling on their lives to care for the elderly 119 years ago and that need has not changed. We continue to rely on the generosity of our friends to help preserve the heritage of the Home and our dedication to providing a higher level of care to a century old tradition of compassion and excellence. This is what we strive to extend to all our residents. We are deeply appreciative of your support.

In Honor Of

Celebrate a loved one's special day by donating a gift in their honor.

In Memory Of

Give a gift in memory of a loved one, or as an expression of sympathy for a loss.

General Donation

Give a gift that makes a statement of what you value in the community

Other Ways to Give

Sponsor an Event – Gala, Friendsgiving Dinner, Fall Fair, 17th of May Celebration,
Raffles (Rosemalt Chest), Giving Tuesday, Annual Appeal, etc.
Check the website for upcoming events. Due to COVID – 19 protocols some events
have been postponed to a later date

TV Campaign – UPDATE!

We have successfully achieved our goal of providing TVs on the 4th Floor of the Skilled Nursing Facility through your generous gifts. The Home would like to continue with these special upgrades to our third-floor rooms. These new wall-mounted HDTVs are customized for individual resident use by providing pillow-speaker controls at each bedside. This provides individual entertainment without disturbing one’ s roommate! Your donation is unique because an individual plaque is mounted on the wall below the TV, with an inscription of your choice, a Scripture verse, an inspirational thought, or just your name if that is more appealing. The cost of these cable-ready HDTVs is $550 a unit. Would you consider purchasing one or more of these TVS and help a resident enjoy the benefits of TV from their bed?

Our Garden

One of the favorite places for residents and their families is in the Gazebo in our garden. This tranquil environment allows residents and their guests to enjoy private conversations and create memories of visits with loved ones for years to come. The peaceful sounds of running water and cool breezes lifts the spirits of all who take the time to sit and visit. You can also enjoy seeing the fish and turtles in the Koi Pond! And the many flowers in bloom during the year. Our beloved Gazebo needs repair! Your gift will help cover the expense of maintaining this special retreat from the cares of the day. The work includes repairs to the roof, the installation of a fan under the roof to make it more comfortable in warmer weather, and a fresh coat of paint and polyurethane. We also need to repair the benches that line the perimeter. Perhaps you are a licensed carpenter that might want to donate your time and help manage these repairs? Please consider making a donation to benefit the Home

For more information please contact the Development Office at 718-306- 5626 or email

You may also make a gift by check. Please make payable to: Norwegian Christian Home Foundation

Mail to: Norwegian Christian Home Foundation
ATTN: Director of Development 1250 67th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219

All gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Please check with your individual financial advisor.

Estate Planning

Consider naming the Norwegian Christian Home Foundation in your will. Charitable gifts after death have the power to reduce estate taxes. When a bequest is left to a charity, it may be called a legacy gift. Now you can donate to charity through your IRA. This allows individuals 70 ½ or older to give directly from their IRAs rather than having to take a distribution that would trigger an income tax bill.

Norwegian Christian Home offers many opportunities to use planned gifts to enable donors to provide financial support for a wide range of needs. Consider these various options that address personal needs and allow for supporting the Home:

  • Bequest under a will
  • Real Estate
  • Life Insurance Policy
  •  Retirement Plan Proceeds
  • Trust Options
  • DAF’s (Donor Advised Funds) *

* A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving account
designed exclusively to invest, grow and give assets to charities
for meaningful and lasting impact. According to the IRS, a donor advised fund is a special fund or account controlled by a section 501 (c) 3 organization called a sponsoring organization. Many
people set up DAFs through community foundations or investment firms that manage charitable funds. Schwab, Fidelity and Vanguard are among the big financial service companies that manage huge sums of money in DAFs.

Personalize your gift by choosing one of the two above options, or to send a General Donation, use the button below .

Our Sponsors

Double Eagle Event Sponsor
LI Script

Eagle Dinner Co-Sponsors
NYU Langone
Patient Care Associates

Premiere Event Sponsors
The Davis Family
Clavin Funeral Home

Lunch Sponsor
Procare LTC

In-Kind Donors
H2 Technology
Direct Supply
Argana Day Spa

Photography Sponsor

Third Wave RX

Cocktail Party Sponsor
   Mutual of America

Shoe Bag Sponsor
Children Guild for Exceptional

Golf Ball Sponsor
Bravo Volunteer Ambulance

Towel Sponsor

Individual Donors
Keith & Patricia
Vonwesternhagen, Sr.
John & Doris Papadimitropoulos
Ellen Boden
Tasty Pastry
Wirth& Co. Healthcare Funding
Arthur & Judy Goyena
George Jensen
Edward & Ellen Johannesen

Awards Sponsor
Anthony & Joan Restaino

Golf Cart Sponsors
Comprehensive Skilled Care Solutions
Law Office of Domenic M. Recchia, Jr.
Celtic Consulting
Bay Ridge Plumbing and Heating

Jackpot Sponsor
Pro Med Staffing Resources

Table Centerpieces
Island Auto Group

Little Cigars/Spirits
Pete Falcone

Golf Tag Sponsor
Law Office of Domenic M.
Recchia, Jr.

Coffee/Donuts Sponsor
Alburdan Electric
Larry I. Slatky, Ltd.

Honoree Myles Davis

Myles Davis is currently a consultant for NYU Langone in the areas of Government Relations & Community Affairs. He retired from Lutheran Medical Center/NYU Langone-Brooklyn in 2014 as Senior Vice President. He has a combined 45 years of service with LMC & NYU. During his tenure he was responsible for major modifications including the construction of a new Surgical Intensive Care Unit and the Expansion of the Emergency Department.

Within days after the World Trade Center attack on 9/11, Myles was asked by the Giuliani administration to take a leadership role in the opening & operation of the Family Assistance Center at Pier 94 on the West Side. The center offered a wide range of services to family members of victims as well as survivors of the tragedy.

Mr. Davis has also earned significant recognition for his community involvement, especially for his 20-year affiliation with BRAVO Volunteer Ambulance Service during which time he served as President, Chairman of the Board of Directors and as an Emergency Medical Technician.

Finally, Mr. Davis has been the recipient of numerous awards from community & government agencies including the N.Y.C Council, NYS. Assembly & Senate, the NYPD, FDNY & the Office of the Mayor. In December of 2001, he was appointed as an Honorary Deputy Fire Commissioner in recognition of his support & assistance to members of the department.