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It is through the great vision, leadership and generous support of our donors that Samaritan Hospital & The Eddy Foundation is able to provide a high-quality, accessible continuum of healthcare, supportive housing and community services.

Samaritan Hospital & The Eddy Foundation was created to attain funds and other resources to support the delivery of quality healthcare and other related services. As needs are identified and prioritized, foundation representatives work closely with community partners and individual donors to raise the funds to complete those projects.

Gifts, no matter how large or small, help us meet the growing needs of the people we serve. And, they can be designated to an affiliate of choice. Contributions come from leadership or planned gifts, annual fund campaigns, grants and special events.

Realizing the importance of our contributors, the foundation has recently created annual donor recognition societies as a special way of saying thank you to our supporters and to recognize their participation as benefactors.

For more information on giving opportunities, call Samaritan Hospital & The Eddy Foundation at (518) 482-4433.


The Eddy began in 1928 as a 19-bed nursing home in Troy, NY, established by Elizabeth Hart Shields Eddy with funds bequested by her husband, James A. Eddy. Since then, The Eddy has built on a tradition of safety, care and comfort to become a nationally recognized leader in compassionate, high quality senior services.

Today, The Eddy is a comprehensive continuum of healthcare, supportive housing and community services that reaches 22 counties and serves more than 40,000 people yearly. Eddy services help maximize independence, quality of life and dignity of individuals, and help prevent the premature institutionalization of chronically ill, frail or disabled seniors. For active and independent seniors, The Eddy offers safe, beautifully appointed senior living communities.

The Eddy continuum of services helps individuals of all ages manage their conditions, enabling them to live as comfortably and independently as their conditions allow.

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