Learn which assets are most commonly used to fund a gift.


 

Stocks & Bonds

Giving appreciated stock that you have owned for more than one year is one of the most tax-advantaged ways to make charitable gifts. With careful planning, you can reduce your capital gains tax while supporting Calvary Hospital.

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Retirement Assets

A gift of your retirement assets, such as an employee retirement plan, IRA, or tax-sheltered annuity, is an excellent way to make a gift. A gift of these assets can shield your heirs from taxes while funding Calvary's future.

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Life Insurance

Life insurance is a valuable asset for making a charitable gift. You can make a gift of a life insurance policy without diminishing other investments or assets earmarked for family members.

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Donor-Advised Fund

A donor-advised fund can provide you with immediate tax benefits while making your charitable giving easier for years to come. Might a donor-advised fund be right for you? Here’s how it works.

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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…

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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.

 

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