By giving well, you’re
helping others Age Well.

With your help, anything is possible

In 2022, Mather touched the lives of more than 157,900 older adults and professionals who serve them. Those older adults found new ways to connect to the people around them in our neighborhood programs. They benefited from breakthroughs from Mather Institute. Most of all, they gained the confidence and opportunities to pursue lifelong passions with a plan for the future. And all of this was made possible, in part, by the generous support of donors, including Mather residents, customers, and compassionate people like you.

As the charitable arm of Mather, Mather Possibilities provides financial support for initiatives that would not otherwise be possible through Mather’s operating budget. Donations to Mather Possibilities help us serve more older adults in more places across the country, and even around the world. As a charitable contribution, your gift to Mather Possibilities is tax-deductible, and you will receive a gift acknowledgement for your records.

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Or, make your check payable to Mather
Possibilities and mail to:

Mather Possibilities
c/o Mather
1560 Sherman Avenue, Suite 1010
Evanston, IL 60201

Are you passionate about helping people?

There are many ways your donation can profoundly impact the lives of older adults—whether it’s an immediate gift of cash, or deferred gifts such as charitable annuities, retirement accounts, and simple bequests.

Questions about Mather Possibilities and charitable contributions?

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or call (847) 492.7500.

The power of possibilities

It all started with an act of charity

Mather has a history of philanthropy that goes back to our beginnings. We were established in 1941 with a bequest by Alonzo Mather for the specific mission of creating a home for widows who had lost their incomes when their husbands passed away.

Built on this foundation of Alonzo’s altruism, Mather welcomes the generosity of others to help support our mission of creating Way to Age Well.SM For example, a resident of one of our senior living residences, Spencer Powell, left a bequest of $5 million, which funded a major brain health research project and education program by Mather Institute. Because of Mr. Powell’s bequest, we’ve helped thousands of older adults learn to improve their own brain health.

Ways to #AgeWell

Our Ways to #AgeWell series provides research-based tips every weekday to help you make the most out of each day. From boosting brain health to building resilience and happiness, every simple little tip can make a big difference in your life.

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