An endowed fund offers lasting financial resources that extend the value of your gift. Through careful investment management, income generated from the fund enables Rogers Foundation to move forward with plans, projects and research that improve the health and well-being of patients suffering from mental health and addiction challenges today and in the future.

Establishing an Endowed Fund

A gift of $50,000, which can be paid out over a period of up to five years, will establish an endowed fund. These funds may be established by way of a direct gift using cash, securities or real property or by a gift through your estate. An endowed fund may be created through memorial or honor gifts or through special events. Your fund may be named after yourself, or you may name it to honor a family member or loved one. Endowed funds include:

  • Hurlbut-Johnson Family Fund (Adolescent Center for OCD and Anxiety)
    The Hurlbut-Johnson Family Fund was established to honor the great care they received at Rogers. Every year, they get a report telling them how the proceeds from the funds are being used. Read their letter of thanks.
  • Gayleen Eilers Fund (eating disorders)
  • Goldman Sachs – Erin Olson and Greg Palbicki Jr. Fund (Child Center)
  • Andrew Scheig Memorial Fund (OCD and anxiety disorders)
  • …and several anonymous funds

Targeted Support

When you establish an endowed fund, you can choose which program or service will receive income from your fund.

Professional Management

Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation ensures that all endowed funds are effectively managed for their intended purposes. When you establish a fund, you will receive reports detailing contributions, income and grants funded by your gift.

Your endowed fund’s principal will never be spent. Investment income is credited proportionally to each fund in the Foundation’s portfolio.

Tax Advantages

Contributions to your endowed fund qualify for charitable income tax deductions as provided by law and may reduce applicable gift or estate taxes.

OTHER WAYS TO GIVE

ONE TIME GIFT

SUSTAINED GIVING

MEMORY/HONOR

MATCHING GIFT

YOUR ENDOWED FUND

GIFT OF SECURITIES

LEGACY GIFT

OTHER WAYS TO GIVE