Legacy gifts provide the foundation for Calvary Hospital’s work. These gifts allow you to take care of your family, provide for gifts to loved ones, and include a charitable contribution for Calvary Hospital. We can help you find the best way to make your gift, and perhaps help you to make a larger gift than you thought possible.

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Estate Planning Overview

Estate planning can entail difficult choices, but once your plan is in place, it provides a sense of relief and peace of mind. You’ll know that you have done your best to plan and provide for yourself and for loved ones, as well as for the causes you’ve cared about during your lifetime.  

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Retirement Planning Tips

It’s really never too early – or too late –for retirement planning. With this in mind, Calvary Hospital offers the following list of basic points to consider.

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Benefits of Giving
Retirement Planning

Benefits of Giving

A gift plan can provide you substantial tax benefits, especially when you give stock or real estate. Depending on your situation, you may save income taxes, capital gains taxes, probate expenses, and estate taxes.

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How Your Gift Helps

Your gifts to Calvary Hospital help us provide hospice and palliative care to adult patients with advanced cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. It will provide Calvary with the resources to…

Provide focused, individualized attention to patients and families during the pandemic and beyond. Our CalvaryCare® emotional and spiritual support teams are operating around the clock to make sure no person feels abandoned. Our Pastoral Care and Bereavement programs are completely supported by donor dollars. Support Calvary@Home - the only home hospice service that operates as a seamless, cohesive extension of our renowned hospital, offering quality end-of-life care and support services to patients and their families where and when they need it. Prior to the pandemic, Calvary’s hospice teams cared for nearly four times as many cancer patients as the typical home hospice agency, averaging 277 cancer patient visits a day. Ensure that Calvary’s core values of non-abandonment and death without physical pain and suffering, will extend to future generations. The increased costs of safely delivering CalvaryCare® to patients and families during this ongoing health emergency have increased our financial demands. Help us to continue to provide care and comfort for over 6,000 patients and families.