May I direct my gift to a specific program that I wish to support?
Donors may direct gifts to a specific program or identified need of the Medical Center. Unrestricted gifts received by the Foundation are directed to crucial community health care needs as determined by the Medical Center administration and the Board of Trustees of the Medical Center.  Current or future gifts of $10,000 or more may also be directed to establish an endowment fund for ongoing support of the Medical Center or one of its services.

May I make Memorial and Tribute gifts through the Foundation?
Yes.  Family members and friends often wish to make gifts to celebrate happy occasions or to memorialize loved ones. Individuals or families frequently ask that gifts be directed to the Foundation in lieu of flowers.  Gifts to the Foundation are a way to thank a physician or nursing unit for special care, or for the recovery of an ill or injured family member or friend. The Foundation promptly acknowledges every gift with an appropriate message.

May I make a gift of appreciated property such as stocks or real estate?
Yes. The Foundation welcomes gifts of appreciated stocks, marketable securities, real estate or other items of value. Making gifts of appreciated value may also provide additional benefits to you as a donor.

May I make Peninsula Regional Medical Center Foundation the beneficiary of my will, a trust or life insurance policy?
Yes.  Many friends of Peninsula Regional Medical Center wish to make a deferred gift-one that is made today to be received by the Foundation at some future time.  Foundation staff will be happy to review these options with you.

How may I make a donation?
You can make a gift by visiting the Make a Donation page, or by sending your check made payable to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center Foundation.  Information on how to make your gift of appreciated stocks, bonds or real estate can be obtained by calling or visiting the Foundation Office or by requesting information from the Foundation's President at 

Foundation office: 410-543-7140