Join the Camphill Ghent Legacy Society
You play a vital role in the future of Camphill Ghent when you join our Legacy Society.
Your legacy gift, a donation left to us through your will or other planned giving vehicle, will help ensure that future generations of aging adults live in a beautiful caring place they call home. Specially trained caregivers offer residents respect, independence and individual “soul care.”
If you have already included Camphill Ghent in your estate plans, please let us know by calling Onat Sanchez-Schwartz at (518) 721-8423 or email at [email protected].
Upon your request we will send you an estate intention form, or the language to create a simple bequest or beneficiary designation.
We are happy to assist you in making your planned gift, but ask that you consult with your attorney or financial advisor before making your gift.
Thank you for being part of Camphill Ghent’s future!
“I have a special appreciation for the care provided here at Camphill Ghent. I feel like I'm treated as well here as I would be at the home of one of my family members. The staff are friendly and nice, there are lots of activities to keep me busy, and I am learning all about Camphill. I love it here!”
"My mom has also been at Camphill Ghent. We were hoping things would be as good as the place she lived in before, which was another very nice senior community. Our hopes and expectations have been exceeded by quite a bit, and it seems to be getting better all the time! Something very special and good is behind assembling a staff like the folks I have met working here. In a word, it is HEART...!"
“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.”