When you make a gift to the Broadwater Community Health Foundation, you are helping make sure that we’ll have the quality healthcare we all deserve. Broadwater County is a great place to live and work. Having funds available for the best medical technology, lifelong treatment and emergency care is essential to maintaining our unique way of life.
Your gifts to the Broadwater Community Health Foundation are tax-deductible. All gifts-large or small– are greatly appreciated and help provide outstanding care to our community.
Ways to Help
Donations are welcome from individuals, families, foundations, businesses and corporations. You can make tax-deductible gifts to the Broadwater Community Health Foundation by cash, check or real property.
We encourage gifts to the Broadwater Community Health Foundation Endowment Fund, which is like an interest earning savings account for community health. Donations to the endowment fund are invested and the principle is untouched to maintain a strong financial base for future healthcare needs. Each year the Foundation distributes some of the earnings from the endowment fund for present health and medical projects.
Families and friends often wish to make a gift in memory of special loved ones. We welcome these meaningful gifts and recognition will be received.
Gift of Cash
A gift of cash is the most common and convenient way to donate to the Broadwater Community Health Foundation. It is simple to give and helps us provide quality care and support for many worthwhile projects. If you itemize your tax deductions, your gift is fully deductible up to 50% of your adjusted gross income on both your federal and state tax returns. Any excess may be carried forward for up to five additional years. Consult with your tax advisor for more information.
Gift of Appreciated Property
Appreciated securities such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds can be donated to the Foundation and help you avoid capital gains taxes. Real property can be donated as well.
Bequests in Wills
Perhaps the most common method of planned giving is a bequest in a will or trust. You may transfer any type of property, cash, stock, real estate, artwork, etc. You may transfer a fixed amount, a fixed percentage, or the residual of your estate after providing for your beneficiaries. Consult with your legal and financial advisors for more information.
Click here for a printable version of our Donation Form
PUTTING OUR MARK ON THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY