When you support VNSNY, you help continue our 125-year mission to go above and beyond in delivering vital services to our neighbors who might not otherwise receive the care they so desperately need.
As the health care landscape changes, home care and community-based care become increasingly important, especially for those who might otherwise slip through the safety net. That’s why your support has never been more important.
VNSNY is committed to caring for New York City’s most vulnerable individuals and families, regardless of their ability to pay. Your gift can help us continue to provide life-saving care and life-changing programs to our neighbors who might otherwise go without care.
Explore ways to donate to VNSNY, or make your tax-deductible donation right now on our secure website.
As a not-for-profit agency, VNSNY relies on generous donations from people like you. Your tax-deductible gift provides hope and healing to patients and families in need of care with nowhere else to turn. You can help make sure that the familiar knock of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York will be heard at the door of any New York area family who needs us by making a gift today.
VNSNY holds several fundraising events throughout the year to support vital community programs and to offer philanthropic organizations and individuals the opportunity to become more involved with our mission.
Our 2017 Black-Tie Benefit Dinner raised funds to support our Children and Family Services programs.
Volunteers are an invaluable part of our mission. In 2017, nearly 600 volunteers provided over 42,200 hours of service. When you become a VNSNY volunteer, you’ll receive training and support. We’ll work with you to match your availability, skills, and interests with program needs.
For 125 years, the Visiting Nurse Service of New York has been a beacon of hope for New Yorkers in their darkest moments. As a not-for-profit agency, we rely on donations to help us provide the care we're known for. When you make a gift to VNSNY, you join us in changing the lives of our underserved neighbors every day.