Make a Donation; Make a Difference
Adult Care of Chester County is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. It is because of generous community donors that we are able to provide the high-quality services we’ve been providing for nearly thirty years.
You can be part of our mission by donating. Your gift will support our programs and services to dependent adults in Chester County. We’ve outlined a few of the ways you can help us fulfill our mission.
A simple one-time gift is an easy way to support Adult Care of Chester County. You can mail a check to
Adult Care of Chester County
or donate online with your credit card by clicking here.
Be sure to provide your name and address so we can thank you for your gift. If you’d like to designate your gift for a particular program, please indicate so with your gift. You can also give in honor or in memory of a loved one, staff member, or friend.
Don’t forget to check with your employer to see if matching gifts are available through your workplace. A simple call or email could double your gift to ACCC.
Non-Cash Donations and Volunteerism
In addition to financial gifts, we are always thankful to community friends who give in-kind gifts. If you or your company would like to donate to Adult Care of Chester County, please contact Dave at 610-363-8044 to discuss your gift with him.
Your time is a resource we know you value highly. We value gifts of time highly too. If you’d like to volunteer at Adult Care of Chester County, please contact Pat DeHart at 610-363-8044. To learn more about volunteering, click here.
A donation to Adult Care of Chester County is a thoughtful and significant way to honor someone whose life has been enriched by the programs of Adult Care of Chester County. Consider suggesting that friends and family donate to ACCC to recognize a birthday, anniversary, or death. Memorial gifts are acknowledged to the individual, or the family of the individual, whom they honor.
United Way and other Workplace Campaign Gifts
If your company holds a United Way Workplace Giving Campaign, or another type of workplace giving campaign, consider designating your gift to be directed to Adult Care of Chester County. You do not need to live or work in Chester County to designate your gift to ACCC.
Consider contributing to Adult Care of Chester County through your estate. This type of gift will have a lasting impact on the participants who attend Adult Care of Chester County and their families. For more information on including Adult Care of Chester County in your will, call Pat Shull at 610-363-8044.