Tapestry provides services to many in our community who otherwise might not receive care. This includes women and families living at or below the poverty line, people struggling with addiction who are in need of connection and services, HIV positive individuals seeking food and housing, and many others.
Across our sites and services, Tapestry’s staff are a caring lifeline for over 17,000 of your neighbors each year. Your gifts helps make sure we are here when they need us and gives us flexible funding that we can direct to where needs are greatest.
How to Give
Online: Donate now via Paypal
Over the phone: Contact Jenny Landon at 413-586-2016 x105.
By mail: Checks made payable to Tapestry can be mailed to:
Attn: Development Office
296 Nonotuck Street, 2nd Floor
Florence, MA 01062
Honorary and Memorial Giving
We gratefully accept honorary and memorial gifts to recognize someone special in your life who has impacted, or been impacted by, Tapestry’s mission. When you include honorary or memorial information with your donation, we will send a message notifying the individual and family of your gift of appreciation.
Gifts of Stock
Tapestry accepts gifts of stock, which may provide you greater tax benefits than giving cash. Your broker can assist you in making a gift of stock with the following information:
Account name: Tapestry Health
Brokerage house: Gage Wiley in Northampton, MA
Financial advisor: Ted Pennock, 413-584-9121
DTC number: 141
Please inform our Development Office of all stock transfers so that we can properly acknowledge your gift and forward information regarding your tax deduction: 413-586-2016 or email@example.com.
Those who feel a special connection to Tapestry’s mission may wish to give a legacy gift that lives on after they are gone. We would be happy to speak with you about options for making this kind of meaningful gift. Please contact us at 413-586-2016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tapestry is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, tax identification number 23-7303142. All donations to Tapestry are tax deductible in accordance with state and federal tax laws.