About The Hickman…
The Hickman, a personal care home residence for older adults, has been providing excellent care to the residents of Chester County and the surrounding area for over a century. Founded by two Quaker women in 1891, The Hickman is conveniently located in the heart of historic West Chester. A non-profit community, our spirit of caring and respect is accorded to each individual regardless of race, faith, or ethnic identity. Our small, family-like atmosphere and close ties to the surrounding community make The Hickman a wonderful place to call home.
For more information about The Hickman, please visit www.thehickman.org.
About the Hickman Fund…
The Hickman Fund is an endowment fund entrusted with the Chester County Community Foundation. Permanent in nature, this endowment fund creates a sustainable flow of grant dollars to benefit The Hickman for perpetuity. Through prudent investment, both the body of the endowment and the distribution available for grant-making increase over time.
The Hickman Fund helps to provide The Hickman with: ▪ Seed money for innovative new programs ▪ A consistent base of funding during economic downturns ▪ Long-term sustainability
Endowment gifts can be given now, through gifts of cash, publicly traded securities, and closely held stock. They can also be given later, through planned gifts, such as: ▪ Bequests ▪ Charitable gift annuities ▪ Charitable remainder or lead trusts ▪ Gifts of life insurance ▪ Gifts of real estate
Endowment & Planned Giving Administration…
The Hickman partners with the Chester County Community Foundation for its planned giving and endowment management services. Donors are urged to contact either The Hickman or the Chester County Community Foundation to discuss endowment giving and planned giving options.
The mission of the Community Foundation is to encourage people from all walks of life to create or contribute to lasting philanthropic legacies, in order to improve the quality of life in Chester County. At the Community Foundation, all conversations with prospective donors and their advisors are held in confidence and without obligation.
For More Information
Please contact: Beth Harper Briglia, Vice President of Donor Services Chester County Community Foundation 610-696-8045 firstname.lastname@example.org
Send a check made payable to:
Hickman Fund c/o CCCF
28 West Market Street
West Chester, PA 19382