Supporting Devereux New York
There are many ways to support Devereux New York, creating "Communities of Hope" for individuals in our care.
Select from our list of funds below. Make a gift online, by phone (888) 672-6759 or by mail.
Your gift to the New York Fund will help us provide much needed support to Devereux New York's programs & services. Donate Now
Your generous contribution to the Millwood Learning Fund will support our year-round, full-day, intensive educational program for students with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders. Donate Now
Your donation to the Community Fund will directly impact the individuals we support residing in our community homes. Donate Now
Back to School Initiative
Your generous donation will help us to provide our students with school supplies aimed to inspire and empower. State funding only covers the essentials. We plan, with your support, to purchase new art, music, technology and creative supplies which will directly impact the quality of our children’s lives. Donate to the Therapeutic Arts or Donate to Special Projects
Your generous donations help support music and art therapy programs, an important and meaningful activity which is considered “an extra” by state and federal funders of Devereux’s work. Music and art related therapies have a direct and positive impact on individuals with developmental disabilities and mental and behavioral health disorders. Donate Now
Your generous donations will help fund recreational activities for our students and residents. Donate Now
Donations of Stock:
Download a sample letter of instruction to your broker to use in making your gift of appreciated securities to Devereux New York.
You may be able to double your gift to Devereux, if your employer has a matching gift program. Find out here by typing in your employer's name.
Thoughtful gift planning can provide you and others with lifetime income, reduce your taxes and allow you to make a significant gift that sustains the valuable services of Devereux. For more information, please contact:
Leah S. Yaw, Senior Vice President of External Affairs