For more than 100 years St. Margaret’s Hospital has been serving the community with quality healthcare delivered with a spiritual confidence inspired by the Sister’s of Mary of the Presentation. The SMH Foundation purpose is to develop charitable resources which can be used to support the mission of the Hospital.
The rapidly changing healthcare financing system in the United States makes your private charitable gift increasingly important as we invest in current technology and strengthen programs.
All gifts to the St. Margaret’s Foundation qualify as tax-deductible charitable contributions under current tax law. Some of these charitable gift instruments can be used to reduce your current tax obligation, avoid or reduce estate tax, even increase your present cash flow.
Your gift will make it possible for St. Margaret’s to invest in the latest life saving technologies. Unrestricted gifts allow the Foundation to respond to the current and ever changing investment needs of the hospital. Some donors need to better understand the impact of their gift and participate in how their donation is used. Is there medical history in your family that is especially important to you? Your gift might be directed to a specific project related to that condition. For example a family with a history of Gastric Reflux Disease may be interested in supporting the Esophageal and Colon Cancer Center project. Someone who had required the services of the SMH Cardiac Rehab Unit may want to show their appreciation by contributing funds to be used for equipment or technology in that area.
Memorials and Honorariums can be a meaningful way to remember or recognize a special person in your life. Many St. Margaret supporters use memorials as a way to show their condolences at the passing of a friend or family member and direct their charitable giving to the Hospital. Memorial packets are available from Foundation Staff to assist in both communicating the gift to the family of the person being remembered and the Foundation. Please talk to Foundation staff about larger memorials or honorariums.
The St. Margaret’s Foundation hopes to recognize gifts in a sincerely thankful and respectful manner. One part of that stewardship is our Wall of Honor on the first floor near the elevators. A donor’s cumulative giving is reflected by a tile of corresponding size and position on the Wall.
Good Samaritans - $1,000 to $4,999
Caring Ambassadors - $5,000 to $9,999
Giving Humanitarians - $10,000 to $24,999
Compassionate Leaders - $25,000 to $49,999
Generous Visionaries - $50,000 to $99,999
Guardian Angels - $100,000 to $499,000
Gracious Crusaders - $500,000 to $999,999
Benevolent Champions - $1,000,000 and above
Other recognition may be appropriate depending on gift restrictions and can be discussed with Foundation Staff. If you choose your contributions to the St Margaret’s Foundation can remain anonymous.
The staff and volunteers of the St Margaret’s Foundation will strive to make your charitable giving experience as meaningful and beneficial as possible. Generosity is a mix of personal finance, an expression of faith and an act of community service. The St. Margaret’s Foundation staff understand this and will work with you to meet your specific goals. Feel free to contact any member of our team directly.
Office: 815-664-7268; Cell: 815-866-5757
We will be traveling to France with Catholic Trips for days filled with sightseeing and fellowship. We will visit Fatima, Santarem, Alba De Tormes, Avila, Paris, Burgos, Loyola, Lourdes and Nevers. See the the holy shrines of Fatima & Lourde.
This trip is designed as a fund raiser for St. Margaret’s Hospital and is personally escorted by Fr. Steve Willard from the Peoria Diosese, Frank Kobilsek, Robert Manahan and Catholic Trips founder, Jim West!
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