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Donations and Other Ways to Help

We need your help!

Donate Now

Funding for Bampa’s House comes 100% from the generosity of others – through monetary and in-kind private donations, corporate sponsorship, memorials, grants, and our own fundraising events. Bampa’s House will not charge the residents or their families and does not receive any health care reimbursement through insurance, Medicare, or the government. All donations in any amount are truly appreciated!

Learn more about donating to Bampa's House through our Donation Brochure.

Tax-deductible donations may be made online or by mailing a check payable to:

Bampa's House
PO Box 965
Corning, NY 14830

Image by Andre Taissin
Image by Glenn Carstens-Peters

Purchase from our Wish List

There are certain products we use on a regular basis: paper towels, toilet paper, laundry detergent, dish soap, coffee, and much more. We have wish lists set up at Target and Amazon.

You can have items shipped to us or drop them off yourself Monday through Friday at:

170 East First Street
Corning, NY 14830

Target: http://tgt.gifts/BampasHouseRecurringNeeds

Amazon: http://a.co/8njRqfS

Donate and receive one of our Books!

For a minimum $15 donation, you can receive a copy of one of our books. Or, donate a minimum of $30 and receive both!

The Tadpole Who Didn't Want to Be a Frog was written by the Bampa's House namesake Jim Dugan and illustrated by Johanna van der Sterre.

Maggie of the Crooked Lake was written by Gary Brown and illustrated by Bonnie Mitchell.

All donations made for the books go directly to Bampa's House.

Bampa's Book
Maggie of the crooked lake book
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Candid Gold Seal of Transparency

We've earned our Candid Gold Seal of Transparency! Check out our nonprofit profile to keep up to date with our impact. 

We want to make sure you always have the information you need to support our work with trust and confidence.

Dollars for Doers, Excellence in Volunteerism, Vibrant Employee Program

Are you employed by Corning, Inc.? Did you know that your hours of volunteer work could help Bampa's House receive a cash grant from The Corning Foundation? Did you know that The Corning Foundation will match any monetary donations you make to us?

The Corning Foundation is a charitable organization established by Corning Inc. in 1952. Through leadership and collaboration, the Foundation strives to foster vibrant, enriching, and supportive Corning communities. The Foundation focuses on education, human services, culture, and volunteerism in Corning business locations.

Please check out all of their programs and opportunities for employees to help their non-profit community, including Bampa's House! You will spot our name on their list of eligible locations.

Corning Foundation
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