Your contribution makes compassionate end of life care possible. Gifts to Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice fund Celia’s House in Holmes Park and support comprehensive medical, emotional and spiritual care for Rogue Valley residents. Your support provides residents personalized, high-attention care designed to help them focus on what matters most to them at the end of life. Please make a gift today.
There are a variety of ways to consider making a gift. Some options are listed below. If cash, check, or credit card, you can donate now online, or mail your gift to us with your check or credit card information. You may also want to consider a recurring monthly gift, which is an easy way to make a significant gift that provides continuing support for our residents.
By mail, and include a note if you have any special memorials, honorees or instructions. Gifts can be mailed to: Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice, 217 S. Modoc Avenue, Medford, OR. 97504
Without the generous support of our community, we would not be where we are today. The quality care and compassion experienced at Celia’s House Residential Hospice Home is only possible because of people like you.
Your tax-deductible donation directly supports the operations and care throughout our facility. We understand facing end-of-life is challenging. Your donation ensures dying individuals and their families are treated with dignity and kindness, and can experience a peaceful environment in their final days.
The Annual Fund provides much needed support for the day-to-day running of Celia’s House in Holmes Park. Gifts of all sizes are encouraged and accepted and every gift makes a difference!
Donations to the Annual Fund support our operating budget. Your gift benefits all essential operations, from purchasing supplies, food, and equipment to providing warm and comforting rooms for residents. The entire Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice family: nurses, resident-service volunteers, certified nurse aides, food and nutrition staff, administration, finance, garden volunteers, maintenance staff use operating funds to carry out vital work contributing to the success and smooth functioning of Celia’s House in Holmes Park.
As an employee, retiree, or board member, you may qualify for a corporate matching gift program. This can be an easy way to double or even triple your donation. Check with your employer to find out if they will match your gift to Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice.
This is a restricted fund that provides financial assistance to people without the funds to cover all costs, yet do not qualify for other support. Your gift ensures that high quality residential hospice care is available to people of all income levels.
Memorial and Honorary Gifts
You can make a special tribute to a family member or friend whose life has been touched by Celia’s House in Holmes Park. An honorary or memorial gift is a lasting way to share your commitment to compassionate care. Donation Form. Donate directly on line with indicating the special mention, or print the form and mail it in.
Gifts of Stock or Real Estate
Donating stock to Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice may provide you significant tax benefits. With a donation of appreciated securities, you avoid paying capital gains taxes and can deduct the fair market value of the stock at the time of your contribution. You can also make contributions directly from an IRA and satisfy the Annual Required Minimum Distribution. Please contact us to help facilitate the giving process, Lily Herwald, Development Director (907) 713-7814
When you make a planned gift to Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice, you help ensure a future of compassionate care and relief for Rogue Valley residents. Remembering SOFH in your estate is one of the most meaningful ways that you can support the future of hospice care in the Southern Oregon.
A planned gift may allow you to make a significant contribution while providing tax benefits and other advantages such as life income. We recommend you discuss with your financial advisor or attorney how best to structure your estate to provide for loved ones and fulfill your philanthropic wishes.
With a planned gift, you can donate cash, stock, real estate, or other assets through your will, retirement plan, life insurance policy, trust, or life income gift. We would be happy to give you more information or discuss with you how a planned gift can help you meet both your financial and philanthropic objectives. For more information about making a planned gift, please contact Development Director Lily Herwald at (907) 713-7814.
Wills and Living Trusts
Your will or living trust affirms and honors what you value most. Through a specific bequest, you can specify a dollar amount, a percent of your estate, or a specific asset such as real estate or stock, to benefit Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice. Your financial advisor or attorney may wish to include language similar to the following:I give, devise and bequeath (choose one: _______ dollars ______ percent of my estate _____ specific assets ______ percent of the residue of my estate) to Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice. (Tax ID #94-3453606), an Oregon nonprofit corporation, to be used in such a manner as the Board of Directors of Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice shall, in its discretion, determine.
Retirement Plans and Life Insurance Policies
You might also consider naming Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, insurance policy, or bank and investment accounts. Your beneficiary designation form may require some of the following information:
Legal name: Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice Tax ID #: 94-3453606
Income for Life
There are other planned giving choice can provide you with payments for the rest of your life, with the remaining funds passing to Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice. These gift options, which may provide significant tax benefits, include charitable remainder trusts and charitable gift annuities. It would be a pleasure to provide you with more information, or to refer you to a professional estate planner – contact Development Director Lily Herwald at (907) 713-7814.
Southern Oregon Friends of Hospice Endowment Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
The purpose of this Fund is to support our mission into perpetuity. While the principal of the fund is permanently restricted, the annual interest supports the operations of SFOH. Your contribution to this endowment ensures the continuation of our programs well into the future.
Tax Exempt Entity. SOFH represents that it is qualified as a charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. SOFH’s Federal Tax Identification number is 94-3453606.