We invite you to make a donation in honor of the Camphill Ghent home health aide, housekeeper, maintenance worker or other staff member who made a difference in your visit or stay. When you share a gift in appreciation of an outstanding Camphill Ghent team member, they will be notified of the charitable gift made in their honor, recognized publicly and honored in our monthly newsletter. Donate Now.
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It’s easy to make a gift to Camphill Ghent through a donor advised fund (DAF) account. Do you have an account with Fidelity Charitable, Schwab Charitable, or BNY Mellon? If so, go to the Donor Direct box on this page, fill in the institution, the designation (how the funds should be used) and the amount of the gift. When you click the “Next” button, you will be taken directly to your Giving Account fund provider. If your donor advised fund provider is not listed, contact your provider directly with a request to make a grant to the Camphill Ghent. Thanks!
“When I became an employee of Camphill Ghent, I felt so welcomed as if everyone already knew me. Working here has been a blessing, and I greatly enjoy the care that is provided for our residents and the appreciation the employees receive in return. What a lovely place.”
“Relaxed living among interesting, well educated people amidst glorious scenery, major concerts & art shows, helped by an outstanding staff.”
“Knowing of the excellent reputation around the world that the Camphill movement enjoys, I was honored to become the first chairman of Camphill Ghent’s board. This bold experiment in integrated senior living represents something quite new for Camphill in North America. Camphill Ghent is setting an example not only for Camphill but for all those who have an interest in how people of varying abilities can live together in community as they grow old. I'm excited to be part of this effort.”