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Thompson Health - Ferris Hills and Clark Meadows
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As part of a not-for-profit community health system, we rely on the kindness and generosity of our friends and family to help us maintain a vibrant home for our seniors. Gifts to Ferris Hills and Clark Meadows may support large projects like expansions for a large gathering space, or enhancements like new games, books, performers at happy hour or even a full orchestra concert.

Your gift is a one-time payment. If you prefer, you have the option to break this out into scheduled payments. Check the box below to setup your scheduled payments.

Select a Designation

Select your designation and assign the percentage of your gift below. If you choose "other" be sure to indicate your area of support preference.

Designations Required Field
Selected Designations
Name Amount Percentage
Clark Meadows Fund
Ferris Hills Fund
Other: write in comments box
Total: $0.00 0%


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Company Matching Gift Program

If applicable, please complete and mail the Matching Gift Form (available to download using the gift look up or contacting your Human Resources department) to the following address:

University of Rochester
Gift & Donor Records
PO Box 270032
Rochester, NY 14627


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