giving to samaritan
Gifts to benefit Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice can take many shapes and sizes. Outright gifts are represented as part of our Circle of Caring, a substantial portion of our funds raised each year includes Memorials, and we offer a variety of Planned Giving options as well. Samaritan's Legacy Society is, by far, the most convenient way for friends of Samaritan to leave a lasting legacy, by way of a provision in their will or estate plan - something many can do, regardless of their current financial status.
Join the circle
The Circle of Caring is a living endowment, sustaining such programs as Veterans Hospice, Via Lucis (our Catholic hospice program), Sukkot Shalom (our Jewish hospice program), grief counseling and support, music and massage therapy. Join the Circle today
Remember a Loved One
Honor a loved one and keep their memory alive through a Memorial Gift. When combined with the generosity of others, the legacy of your contribution is a living endowment, assuring the continued availability of Samaritan’s life-enhancing services. Make a Memorial Gift today
Leave a Legacy
Many friends of Samaritan join the Legacy Society and leave a lasting legacy by way of a provision in their will or estate plan - something many can do, regardless of their current financial status. Be forever honored and remembered by all those touched by Samaritan.
Learn more about the Legacy Society
Multiply your Gift
Your generosity can multiply if your employer matches your gift. Please check to see if your organization takes part in a matching gift program, and provide Samaritan with the necessary contact information or paperwork.
Our events attract a veritable who's who of the region each year. We invite you to check out photos and information from our most recent events, and learn about upcoming Special Events to be held on behalf of Samaritan.
If you have questions or would like to discuss any of the giving possibilities outlined above, please call (856) 552-3287, or contact Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice's Chief Development Officer Chris Rollins, MBA, CFRE by email.