Tully Hill


IMG_7005 FoundationkbsHow Do I Give?

Giving to Tully Hill is easy:  make your donation payable to The Tully Hill Foundation and send to the attention of Cathy L. Palm, Executive Director, Tully Hill, P.O. Box 1116, Tully, NY 13159.

You can also make a donation online by clicking below:

Should you want more information or have any questions about the Foundation, contact Cathy L. Palm, Executive Director or Lisa Flynn, Executive & Marketing Assistant at (315) 696-6114.

Why Give?

Successful addiction treatment and rehabilitation is expensive.  Reimbursement to treat chemical dependencies and substance abuse continues to decline.   Tully Hill needs your help to keep providing the superior care – including our specialty programs – that sets us apart from other treatment facilities.

How is My Donation Spent?

Your donation to Tully Hill helps us afford those essentials that are part of our superior care, from upgrading patient and other room furnishings and our overall treatment environment, to introducing new treatment regimens, to maintaining our facility and grounds.  Donations also help us meet such needs as improving our Information Technology capacity.

Who Do I Give To?

Donations are made to the Tully Hill Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, exempt from federal taxation, founded in 1992. The purpose of the Foundation is to raise funds exclusively for the Tully Hill Corporation, also a 501(c)(3) corporation exempt from federal taxation.

Over the years, the Foundation has engineered many Tully Hill milestones, such as raising the needed down payment for the purchase of our building in 2003.  The Foundation holds an annual fundraiser in October at Tully Hill to celebrate our anniversary of opening. Proceeds from this event also provide ongoing support for Tully Hill (see Upcoming Events for details).

The Foundation assisted the Corporation to pay off our building mortgage and renovation debt during 2016.  Currently the Foundation provides support for patient treatment and capital needs.