This is the easiest way to give. Most gifts are made by credit card or check, and you can choose the program your gift supports. You may also set up a monthly contribution that can be automatically charged to your card of choice.
All gifts are tax deductible as provided by law.
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Many companies match, or even double match, their employees' gifts. To see if this is an option for you, check with your employer, your spouse's employer or even the company from which you retired.
If your corporation is interested in sponsorship or grant-making opportunities, we would love to speak with you. Please contact us so we may provide additional information on how your company can make a difference for those Providence serves.
Many of our supporters choose to make a gift in thanks for care received or in memory of a loved one.
You can designate your gift in honor of or in memory of a loved one on the online donation form or in the memo line of a mailed check. If an address is provided, we will send a letter to the family notifying them of your gift, although not the amount. All donors will receive a formal acknowledgement letter for tax purposes.
When arrangements are made with the funeral home and the newspaper, the wording most often used is "In lieu of flowers/gifts, contributions in memory/celebration of <NAME> can be made to: Providence Portland Medical Foundation.
Plese call us if you have additional questions or wish to designate your gift to a particular fund.
Providence Portland Medical Foundation accepts the donation of appreciated securities which may offer you tax advantages.
Please notify us when you initiate a stock transfer with date of transfer, number of shares, ticker symbol(s), and approximate transfer value in order for Providence to provide proper gift receipting. Contact Megan Crane, Director of Gift Planning, at 503-559-9905 or Megan.Crane@providence.org.
A donor-advised fund can be an easy and flexible way to manage your giving and help you achieve your strategic philanthropic goals.
A qualified charitable distribution is a great way to make a tax-free gift from your IRA. If you are over 70 and 1/2 years old, a charitable distribution made directly from your traditional or Roth IRA to Providence Portland Medical Foundation allowing you to make the gift without treating the distribution as taxable income.Learn More
At Providence, we know our work may not be complete in our lifetime, but our commitment to advance research, health care and wellness remains unwavering. You can support this work by including Providence Portland Medical Foundation in your estate plans.
There are a number of tax-savvy ways to give to reduce taxable income, receive lifetime income, or avoid estate tax. Planned gifts, including gifts through your estate, charitable trust, life insurance, and property are welcome.
Did someone at Providence make a difference in your life?
Thank you for choosing Providence. If a physician, nurse or staff member made a difference during your visit, we hope you will honor them by sharing your story.
Some of our most generous supporters are our own employees. Their service to our patients and to advancing the Mission of Providence is steadfast and unwavering. We know they give so much of themselves each day to ensure that our patients experience the excellent care and deep compassion for which Providence is known.
Please join us in celebrating these generous caregivers who give their time, talent and treasure to help advance research, health care and wellness at Providence. We celebrate you!
For employees: Thank you for supporting our patients, our fellow caregivers and our communities. Not a donor yet? Contact us to get involved.If you donate through payroll deduction, your gift will automatically roll over each year to future campaigns, unless you designate otherwise. If you want to make any changes in your donation, please contact us.