Your support changes lives.
It may seem simple. But for thousands of men, women and children in New York City, having a home means the difference between dying from AIDS and living with AIDS. For over 25 years, Bailey House has been offering individuals and families impacted by HIV/AIDS what they need most—a home where they can gain stability and get back on their feet. For Bailey House residents, having a home means more than a shelter from the streets. It is hope. It is access to the tools they need to rebuild their lives—medication, counseling, substance abuse treatment, education, job training and more. Most of all it is being part of a community that’s caring, compassionate and providing the support from which they can build a better future.
The financial support we receive from corporations, foundations and individuals makes it possible for Bailey House to provide safe, stable housing and compassionate support services to hundreds of individuals and families, so they can lead healthier, fuller, independent lives. We also generate funds through special events, such as our Annual Gala & Auction. By keeping our overhead low and focusing on efficient delivery of high quality services, we ensure that every dollar spent by Bailey House supports our mission. We welcome gifts to support our general operations, specific programs, or for new and emerging projects and services. Gifts may also be made to mark special occasions or to honor family members and friends.
There are many ways to lend your support.
Make a Donation: You can give online, by mail, or by phone: 212.633.2500 ext. 460. You can also request a Matching Gift from your employer, contact your Human resources manager to find out if your company matches employee donations.
Invest in Bailey House: Individuals, foundations, and corporations can invest in Bailey House in the form of corporate sponsorship, gifts of securities, planned giving, in-kind donations, and other articles of giving
Attend an Event: Enjoy the company of like-minded supporters while making a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS.