Ways to Give
When making a donation, you support the mission of Sojourn Center. Through your support, you can honor the memory of your loved ones while helping others. You can secure the future of hospice care and make an important contribution to our community by giving a tax deductible donation to Sojourn Center.
Memorial gifts are a powerful way to honor someone special in your life. Families often ask that gifts be made to Sojourn Center in lieu of flowers after the death of a loved one. Generally, the funeral home will be able to help you with the advertisement of this family wish. In addition, donors can memorialize anyone with a gift at any time. Sojourn Center ensures timely acknowledgement of each gift and notification to the family of any gifts made in memory of their loved one.
Honorary gifts are given as a thoughtful way to honor someone special. Patients’ families often contribute gifts in honor of an individual who provided special care. Anyone can be honored with a special gift to Sojourn Center: family member, friend colleague, or teacher. Sojourn Center will ensure acknowledgement of each gift and notification of the honoree.
Gifts in Celebration
Gifts to Sojourn Center are also a special way to celebrate a wedding, anniversary, holiday, graduation or any special day. Sojourn Center will send a tribute card to a person in recognition of the celebration.
Matching gifts are made by many companies to qualified nonprofit charitable organizations. The companies agree to match personal donations made to a charity of the employee’s choice with an equal or greater corporate contribution. To determine if your company has a matching gift program, contact your company’s Personnel or Human Resources department. Sojourn Center will work with you to complete any forms required by your company.
“The moral test of a society is how that society treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadow of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped.”