Yarmouth Hospital Foundation
Making your donor dollars work for you in your community
Marg McGray's final gift to help sustain health care
When Marg died just before her 93rd birthday, she not only looked after her family in her will, but also left a legacy to the Yarmouth Hospital Foundation. "My aunt always appreciated the fact that a little community like Yarmouth had such a terrific facility," Ron Love, her sister's son, says, adding she wanted to help the hospital maintain that tradition with her gift.
By leaving a gift in your will (charitable bequest) to the Yarmouth Hospital Foundation you will continue to enhance health care in your community, beyond your life time. You can designate a certain sum of money, a particular asset, or a portion of your estate. Whatever form your gift takes, the result is the same --- a healthier community.
Besides the opportunity to enhance health care and save lives, there are other benefits to leaving a gift in your will:
To make it easier for you to determine if leaving a gift in your will is right for you, please take a look through our resources:
To learn more about leaving a gift in your will, contact Paulette Sweeney-Goodwin
An endowment fund is a way to ensure a permanent legacy and support a specific program, service, or equipment purchase. With an endowment, your donation will be invested and the income generated each year will be used to support your chosen area of need.
For more information on establishing an endowment fund in support of the Yarmouth Regional Hospital, please contact Paulette Sweeney-Goodwin, Managing Director of the Yarmouth Hospital Foundation. Paulette is available at 902 749-1669 or at Paulette.Sweeney@nshealth.ca. All discussions are held in strict confidence and do not require any commitment on the part of the donor.