For it is in Giving That We Receive
Our donors come from all walks of life, contributing gifts of every size, to help us deliver the very best care to the communities we serve.
Membership Circles and Societies
To recognize the generosity of donors who help make our vision a reality, the Foundation has several Annual Giving Circle and Society membership opportunities.
Membership allows donors unique opportunities for recognition, dialogue with hospital leadership staff and interaction with other donors. Members enjoy the following courtesies:
- Invitation to the annual recognition reception
- Invitations to special events, lectures and receptions
- Recognition on Donor Wall per policy
- Periodic e-updates, keeping you updated on how your support is making a difference
Our Leadership Circle acknowledges generous philanthropic supporters who have contributed significant resources to fund investments in technology, facilities and other major initiatives and whose generosity helps to ensure the highest quality care to the communities we serve.
Leadership Circle members give $10,000 or more annually and gifts can be unrestricted or directed to any one of our funding priorities.
Circle of Caring
The Circle of Caring acknowledges committed philanthropic supporters whose generosity helps to ensure the highest quality care to the communities we serve.
Circle of Caring members give $5,000 - $9,999 annually and gifts can be unrestricted or directed to any one of our funding priorities.
Legacy Society (formerly 1891 Society)
The Legacy Society honors the legacy of our history of caring for our communities.
Membership starts at $2,000 and gifts can be unrestricted, or directed to any one of our funding priorities.
Friends Society members are Friends of the Foundation who enhance the health of those we serve by making annual contributions of $1,000 or more. Gifts can be unrestricted, or directed to any one of our funding priorities.
Heritage Society (formerly Tau Society)
Anyone who includes a CHI Franciscan foundation, hospital, facility or program—in his or her estate plan becomes a member of the Heritage Society. These donors have made provisions for CHI Franciscan in their estate plans, such as a will, trust, life insurance policy, retirement plan or irrevocable pledge, or through a life-income gift, such as a gift annuity or charitable remainder trust. These gifts ensure that financial resources are available to meet the health care needs of future generations.