Honorarium & Remembrance Gifts
Honorarium and remembrance gifts to the AAMC Foundation are extraordinary ways to let those who are special to you know that you are thinking of them in times of despair or joy.
Whether it’s a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary or during a time of loss, a gift to the AAMC Foundation is an on-going investment in the health of our community.
An honorarium gift is also the perfect way to recognize that special AAMC physician, nurse or other staff member who gave you extra special care during a stay or procedure.
Family members may also designate that remembrance gifts be made to the AAMC Foundation when a loved-one passes away. Remembrance gifts are also a perfect way to remember that special someone on the anniversary of their passing.
Individuals being honored or remembered will receive a letter notifying them of your special thoughts. The amount of the donation will not be disclosed.
The AAMC Foundation offers a variety of naming opportunities that allow businesses or individuals to show their support of the Medical Center by naming a room or area on their behalf. Naming opportunities are also a wonderful way to honor or memorialize a friend or loved one. A plaque recognizing the contribution is placed in the selected area.
When you make an endowment gift to the AAMC Foundation, you make a gift that keeps on giving. Only the interest from your gift will be used to support Foundation projects. Contact the Foundation office for more information.
Annual Campaign Giving
Each year, the AAMC Foundation works with hospital administration to identify the various needs of the Medical Center. The Foundation then raises funds for the chosen items. Projects change from year to year. Feel free to contact us for additional information regarding the current project. To date, the Foundation has funded more than $850,000.00 worth of equipment and facility costs.
The AAMC Foundation gladly accepts planned or willed gifts from trusts, estates and bequests. Please consult with your financial advisor regarding the inclusion of the AAMC Foundation in your will.