Building Stronger Community Care
Your gift, no matter the size, makes a big difference in maintaining a healthy community.
Why give to Frisbie?
It’s about people.
For many, it is an extremely personal way to express thanks to someone special who may have touched their lives in a significant way — a physician, a nurse or a support staff member — anyone who may have come forward to provide exceptional care and family support above and beyond the call of duty.
It’s about technology.
Donations, large and small, help make it possible for Frisbie to purchase the very latest technology such as our new lower dose radiation CT scanner and other state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. Investments in technological innovation at Frisbie rely, in part, on generous financial donations from area residents and businesses.
It’s about trust.
When patients walk through the doors of the hospital, they put their trust in the hands of Frisbie’s team of caregivers. By making a donation to Frisbie, donors are helping to assure that the highest standard of care is available to everyone — regardless of one’s ability to pay — and to build trust and respect that promotes wellness and a healthier community.
Ways to Give to Frisbie Memorial Hospital
Expanding Our Care for Our Community
Your generous gift to the Annual Fund Campaign will help. Together we can make a difference.
Our Annual Fund Campaign is focused on expanding essential services to our patient community. Our goals are ambitious because they are necessary to ensure that healthcare services are accessible to those in need. Your gift to the Annual Fund Campaign will help to make sure the following programs are available:
- Patient Transportation Program
- Mobile Integrated Healthcare Program
- Rochester Community Recovery Center
- Frisbie Smiles: In-school Dental Education Program
- Patient Aid Fund
To make a donation please download the Donor Giving form, or contact the Fund Development office at (603) 330-7909.
Many choose to give to Frisbie in memory of a loved one, to honor someone special, to mark a special occasion, or to recognize a special caregiver for providing exceptional care. Gifts to this fund are used by the hospital to address a special need unless otherwise requested by the donor.
Frisbie Legacy Society:
An Investment in Quality Community Healthcare
The Legacy Society was created to more formally recognize and honor everyone who includes Frisbie Memorial Hospital in their will or estate plan. From the early years of the Hospital through today, bequests, gifts of life insurance, real estate and other “planned gifts” have helped to support and strengthen the mission of Frisbie and our ability to offer quality care for all. Today’s planned gifts will do the same for future generations ensuring leading-edge medical care and technology close to home.
For more information (without obligation) or if you have questions, please contact the Fund Development Office at 603-330-7909, or email email@example.com.
Perhaps the simplest way to contribute is with a cash gift. They are tax-deductible as provided by law.
Many companies sponsor matching gift programs to encourage employees to support Frisbie Memorial Hospital. In fact, some employers match dollar for dollar, while others will double or triple donors’ gifts. If your gift is eligible, simply request a matching gift form from your employer and send it to the Office of Fund Development at Frisbie Memorial Hospital.
Many special events are held throughout the year that raise additional funds to enhance a number of worthwhile projects at Frisbie Memorial Hospital. Everyone who participates in any of these projects helps to provide valuable services to our patients and families.
Donations received from a generous community underscore the importance of the hospital’s mission to provide quality, cost-effective health care every hour of every day — whether for an unexpected visit to the emergency room, to receiving advanced treatments as a result of a serious illness, or to experience the birth of a child.
Together, we can make a difference in the lives of patients and families in our community.