The Cooperative Bank Supports Our Seniors

Image Caption: TCB’s Senior VP of Retail Banking Julinda Sheshi (right) and Assistant VP/Area Branch Manager Khepra Moscillo (right center) presented a generous $5,000 donation to the Foundation. German Centre Executive Director Michael Lincoln (left center) and Executive Director of Development Michael Jugenheimer (left) were present to receive it.


We are grateful to our neighbors and friends at The Cooperative Bank for investing in life-enhancing are for the seniors at the German Centre and Edelweiss Village.


Please join us in thanking Boston’s neighborhood bank for their support.




Giving Opportunity: Pave the Way for Quality Care, Brick by Brick

On June 17, 1913, the German Ladies Aid Society of Boston laid the cornerstone of what is now Deutsches Altenheim. 108 years later, we invite you to continue the tradition of care they started by laying your own piece of the campus’ history.


Pave the way to quality care for generations to come with the purchase of an engraved brick. Proceeds from the purchase of your brick will support the life-enhancing programs and services that are the hallmark of Deutsches Altenheim’s care.


You can choose to engrave the brick in your name or in honor or memory of someone special in your life. We will proudly install your engraved Brick at the German Centre entrance, in full view of all visitors.


We are also happy to work with you to identify a more suitable commemorative gift opportunity, including a named bench, tree, pathway, or indoor space that is right for you and your family.


To order your brick or discuss additional commemorative gift opportunities please contact Foundation staff.