There are many ways to offer your support to the Order of St. Camillus Foundation. Gifts directed to the area of greatest need are utilized for campus improvements and services that improve the care and comfort of our residents. Gifts can also be directed to specific programs and areas, such as Home Health and Hospice, Skilled Nursing Care or Assisted Living. Gifts can memorialize or pay tribute to someone special; contact the Foundation for specific remembrance opportunities.
Gifts of cash are always appreciated. Checks can be made payable to the Order of St. Camillus Foundation. If there are special instructions for your gift, such as a memorial or designated fund, please include that information with your gift so we can honor your wishes.
You may use a credit card to make a gift online or by calling the Foundation office at 414.259.8335. Consider making a monthly gift to the Foundation using your credit card.Make an Online Gift
Giving a gift using appreciated stock is a way to maximize your giving and avoid capital gains taxes. Contact Steve for instructions to share with your broker.
St. Camillus has been fortunate to have many individuals remember our foundation through planned and estate gifts. These special gifts allow us to confidently plan for the future, ensuring that our vital services will be available to those who need them. There are a variety of ways in which you can plan today for a brighter tomorrow.
This remains the most common way in which people support causes dear to them at the end of their lives. Language in your will or living trust can direct a specific amount or a percentage of your estate to the Order of St. Camillus Foundation. Gifts can be given to support the greatest need of the organization, a specific program or to establish an endowment fund (minimum of $25,000). Unrestricted estate gifts are put to best use after consideration from our Board of Directors.
Naming the Order of St. Camillus Foundation as a primary or secondary beneficiary of an IRA or other retirement account is another simple way to give.
Donating retirement assets alleviate the impact on your other beneficiaries by minimizing both estate and income taxes.
Naming the Order of St. Camillus Foundation as beneficiary of your life insurance policy will have great impact by leaving resources to support our compassionate care for our residents.
This type of trust provides you with an income stream while you are living, with the residual or remainder coming to your chosen charity upon your death.