Wyndmoor, PA—Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund awarded KeystoneCare, a homecare and hospice nonprofit a $1,700 grant to undertake necessary floor repair and replacement.
Award of this grant was made by Tara T. Masters, Manager of the Fund on behalf of the Directors of the Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund of Ithaca, NY.
KeystoneCare’s mission is to provide the highest quality of care to its patients. “The funds from this grant enable us to serve those in need,” said Gail Inderwies, RN, BSN, MBA, KeystoneCare executive director. “We are truly grateful to the Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund for its support. We are looking forward to making improvements in Keystone House to benefit the comfort and safety of patients, staff, and visitors.”
The Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund makes grants that have supported a wide variety of charities to improve and enrich the lives of those living in New York State and Pennsylvania. The Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund has provided grants in the areas of community/human services; health/medical services; education; religion; arts/culture; and environment.
KeystoneCare is a nonprofit home care and hospice provider offering services, regardless of income or insurance, in the Philadelphia region. Services include home care, telehealth services, palliative care, comprehensive in-home hospice care, residential hospice care in Keystone House, and private duty care for people in need of support to maintain their independence in their home. Keystone Hospice was founded in 1995. The KeystoneCare administrative offices are in Wyndmoor, PA.