Honorary & Memorial Donations
If you have a family member or friend whose life has been touched by the Madison Valley Medical Center, we hope you'll consider making a gift to the Foundation in honor of that person. Providing a gift establishes a living tribute that allows you to:
- honor a loved one or yourself;
- support our continuing efforts; and receive personal financial benefits from your contribution.
Giving Now or Later
Any charitable gift you arrange can be made in honor of someone. Consider these two basic methods of establishing a memorial or honorary gift.
A gift today – An outright gift can help fund the Medical Center's immediate needs or an upcoming project. The financial benefits include an income tax deduction and possible elimination of capital gains tax.
A gift through your will – You can include a bequest in your will, stating that a specific asset, certain dollar amount or – more commonly – a percentage of your estate will pass to the Medical Center Foundation at your death in honor of your loved one.
Making a memorial or honorary gift is a wonderful way to acknowledge someone's vision for the future. Depending on the nature of your gift, there are a variety of ways we can recognize your generosity. Please contact the Foundation to learn more about ways to recognize your honoree.
Print and Mail Forms provided below for your convenience.
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Printable Memorial and Honorary Gift Form – print this form and mail the form with your Memorial or Honorary gift (or make your Memorial/Honorary gift online - see the Donate Now page).
Printable Brick Memorial/Honorary Form – print and mail with your contribution to leave a legacy for your family, friends and the community(with an engraved brick). The bricks were taken down for the move into the new facility, plans are underway to complete a new outdoor display soon.
Madison Valley Medical Center Foundation (EIN 81- 0453395) is organized as a Montana charitable public benefit corporation as described in Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). Donors are entitled to a charitable income tax deduction, the tax code requires us to state that no goods or services were exchanged for the contribution.