Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact to make a gift?  
To make a gift, please contact our Central Office, located in Skokie, IL, at 773-878-4537. Alternately, please reach out to the Director of Philanthropy at your local senior living community here.

Are you a registered not-for-profit?
Yes, Covenant Living Communities and Services is incorporated as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, with federal tax ID number 36-3478388, under Covenant Ministries of Benevolence, of Chicago, Illinois. Covenant Living Communities and Services’ legal name is Covenant Retirement Communities, Inc.

Are there any open positions at Covenant Living? 
To learn more about positions available at Covenant Living, please click here

Does my gift go to the community in which I live or work?
Yes! All donations support the campus to which they are designated.

How has Covenant Living performed in the past year? 
Our annual and financial reports tell the story of Covenant Living Communities & Services through overarching themes, metrics, and financials. Covenant Living undergoes an annual independent audit which provides our Board of Directors with an overview of how the organization is financially positioned. Fitch Ratings affirmed Covenant Living’s rating to an A- with a stable outlook in September 2020.

What is your gift acceptance policy for year-end gifts?
Per IRS regulations, gifts to Covenant Living are deductible in the calendar year made. Thus, donations charged to a credit card before the end of the calendar year are recorded in the same calendar year, even if the credit card bill isn’t paid until the following calendar year. Additionally, checks are recorded in the calendar year in which they were mailed. If a gift is dropped off in the Director of Philanthropy’s (DOP) mailbox, slipped under the DOP door by 11:59 PM on December 31, or sent by mail and post-marked on or before that date, it will be recorded as a gift made in the same calendar year even if it is not processed until January of the next calendar year. The donor gift acknowledgment letter will reflect the year in which the gift was made.