Ferncliff Manor


help support the most vulnerable

There are many meaningful ways to support the programs and services at Ferncliff Manor.

In addition to a gift of cash or stock, we rely on our parent, alumnae, and community volunteers to sustain our fundraising efforts through the donation of time and talent.

Help Us Provide the Best Care for our Kids.

Your support allows us to continue pushing the limits of lifelong residential care and community inclusion for people with profound developmental disabilities. It will provide inspired care for children and families now and as our legacy continues.

A gift of any amount has a significant impact on our efforts. While unrestricted support is important and will be applied where the funds are most needed, please know you may designate your generosity toward a particular specialty or program, such as:

  • Capital Renovations
  • The Family Support Project
  • Summer Programs
  • Art and Music Therapy
  • Adult Residential Recreation and Programs

Through our Tree of Life project, we are invested in the self-development and personal fulfillment of people with disabilities by providing them vocational training and exposure in a live music setting, while raising critical funds to build upon the program and broaden its reach.

Established in 2014, our Tree of Life project began as an annual live music event which supported the continued needs of our students, facility and curriculum.  Thanks to overwhelming enthusiasm, today, the project is a designated to fund vocational training and opportunities for those we serve in addition to the establishment of a live event venue which will exist to support housing and employment for adults with developmental disabilities here in Westchester County.  The project is made possible by income raised from each Tree of Life benefit we produce. 


Help us help others. Simple.

For more information on supporting our organization in the most appropriate way, please contact:

Development and Community Relations

(914) 968-4854 x 1254
Erin Anderson - Director of Development and Community Relations

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