It’s the people here who make Eastcastle Place so special. And when you support this community with your time or finances, you’re supporting the people who live and work here.
As a non-profit organization, we rely on the continued, generous financial support of our residents, their families and friends, and the greater Milwaukee community to help us successfully meet our mission of delivering vibrant senior living in a caring community. It is our hope that you think of Eastcastle when considering your charitable giving. There are many options to make your donation as easy as possible. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by the law. To determine the impact of your donation on your taxes, we encourage you to contact your attorney or your tax accountant.
“Being generous of spirit is a wonderful way to live.” Pete Seeger, musician
How can you help?
Make a donation online or by mail
Your donation will help support the operations as well as daily programs and activities of the residents of Eastcastle.
Donate through a Legacy Gift
You can donate to the future of Eastcastle by remembering us in your estate planning.
Donate to a Fund of Eastcastle Place
Target your donation to a specific area of interest for you and your family. Examples include:
- Greatest Need Fund
- Capital Improvements Fund
- Employee Appreciation Fund
Donate your Car
You can donate your car or many other types of motor vehicles and obtain a tax deduction for yourself.
Join the Eastcastle Place Travel Club
Some sponsors of trips that accommodate residents or guests provide donations to Eastcastle based on the number of travelers we sign up and the destinations we travel to.
Volunteers help create the fun, friendly atmosphere at Eastcastle, and we wouldn’t be who we are without their energy and talents. We’re always in need of volunteers to help, so let us know if you’re looking for new opportunities to serve.
135th Anniversary Gala Event
On September 14, 2019, we spent the evening honoring the 135 years of service Eastcastle has provided seniors. Below are a few images from the event: