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Giving Options

There are many ways you can give to support life-saving technology, patient care, medical research, health education, and specialized services in your community.

Whether a cash donation or a planned gift, your donation touches lives and strengthens the ability of St. Luke’s to provide high quality healthcare today and well into the future. You can make an unrestricted gift to benefit the most urgent area of need or designate the service or program you would most like to help. Your contribution is tax-deductible for the amount allowed by law.

Highlights & Resources

Ways to Give

  • Give to the most urgent area of need 
  • Designate a specific service or program
  • Memorialize a loved one who has passed or honor one still living; we will inform the individual or family of the honoree
  • Give a gift in honor of your caregiver
  • Ask us about planned giving, including bequests or estate gifts, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and gifts from retirement funds. 
  • Make a gift of stock
  • Purchase a commemorative brick
  • Donate items
  • Ask your employer about a matching gift

Where Your Gift Goes

Generally, your giving helps support St. Luke’s in three vital areas:

  • Capital Improvements: Help us purchase or upgrade critical medical technology and provide modern, advanced facilities.
  • Endowment: Help support programs and services for future generations by establishing named endowment funds to support specific areas or giving to help grow the existing fund.
  • Community Support: You can give to a variety of services that fill vital needs in the community distinct from direct medical support: Help others educate themselves, maintain a healthy lifestyle, cope with loss, maintain dignity in their declining years, and have timely access to quality healthcare.

Donor Impact

Your Generosity Makes a Big Difference

St. Luke’s would not be where we are today without the generosity of our donors and volunteers. Their stories inspire us to continue to do the important work of saving and changing lives.

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