St. Joseph's Home

950 Linden Street Ogdensburg, N.Y. 13669


The Mission of St. Joseph’s Foundation is to maintain the Catholic presence in the provision of long-term care services by providing the financial means which will enable the perpetual existence of our primary beneficiary, St. Joseph’s Home. St. Joseph’s Foundation was formed as a separate non-profit organization in July of 1990 to ensure charitable giving opportunities to benefit St. Joseph’s Home.


The foundation is operated by a Board of Directors and a paid Development Director. For many years, private long-term care facilities have relied on government payer methods like Medicare and Medicaid to provide reimbursements for the care they provide residents. Gradually, federal and state priorities have changed, and funding for these programs is being sharply curtailed with each succeeding budget. Our goal is to grow the Foundations’ endowment so that its earnings keep pace with the declines in government reimbursements. This will enable the institution to enhance the quality of life it offers residents and to offer its employees competitive working conditions, wages and benefits.


Money is the energy for this work. Your gift is used to grow the endowment, not to pay current expenses. That means the money you give today will still be doing its work 100 years from now.


How You Can Help:


Become an Angel

A single gift through the annual campaign

A planned gift, such as a Charitable Gift Annuity

Buy a leaf or a rock for the giving tree. (Minimum $2500)

A bequest in your will

A memorial contribution

A gift of shares, properties, or assets

A designated gift to a specific department at St. Joseph’s or a particular piece of equipment from a list of suggested list of items


For more information on how you can make a gift, please contact:

St. Joseph’s Foundation

950 Linden St., Ogdensburg, NY 13669




Thank You



Board of Directors

Mrs. Janice Shoen



Mr. Steve Bateman

Vice President


Mrs. Juliann Cliff



Mr. Thomas Hannan



Mrs. Colleen Steele



Board Members

Fr. Joseph Morgan

Mrs. Mary Cosmo

Mrs. Alice LeBeau

Mrs. Mary Catherine Spilman