Ways to give
When you contribute to the Highland District Hospital Foundation you are making an investment in the health and wellness of our community for your family, friends and neighbors. Whatever the size of your gift, your contribution helps to ensure that Highland District Hospital can continue to provide quality health care with a personal touch close to home. There are many ways that you can contribute to the future of healthcare in our community.
All amounts are welcome and may be made without restriction or be designated for a specified purpose.
This provides ongoing support for the mission of the Hospital through a quarterly or annual pledge.
Memorial or Honorary Gifts
There is no better tribute to someone who has made a difference in your life than to make a difference in the lives of others in their name. A memorial gift is a gift made at the death of an individual in their name and honor. You may also make a gift in honor of a physician, nurse of other healthcare provider that touched your life through their care. The Highland District Hospital acknowledges all gifts received in this manner by sending a letter to the individual or next of kin with an accompanying list of all who donated in their memory of honor.
Gifts of Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate or Other Property
These types of gifts are always welcomed by the Foundation and may provide the donor with substantial tax advantages. Talk with your financial advisor or attorney about the best way for you to make this type of gift.
For many people, this option provides great flexibility, security and peace of mind. A bequest for the Highland District Hospital Foundation in your will is a process easily accomplished in your estate planning. You may choose to inform the Foundation of your decision or keep your plans confidential. Some people combine their charitable interests with estate planning to create a trust that provides a lifetime income for them and their spouse, provides for heirs, creates estate tax savings, and results in a substantial gift for the Highland District Hospital Foundation. Talk with your financial advisor or attorney about options in planning that will meet your needs.