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How to Give

CRMC Capital CampaignOur objective is to raise $5 million dollars over the course of five years to renovate as much of the hospital as possible. Please join us by making a contribution to this monumental renovation effort. With your help, we will be able to continue to provide outstanding care for the generations of families who turn to us in their time of need.

MAKE A PLEDGE

A capital campaign provides the opportunity to make a larger gift by making a pledge and paying installments over time.

OUTRIGHT DONATION

You may write a check, make a cash donation or use a credit card. You may also sign up for a recurring gift, with a pre-determined amount scheduled to be charged to your credit card monthly for a designated period of time.

PLANNED GIFT

We accept gifts of securities, stock, life insurance, bequests or trusts. Please consult your personal financial advisor to determine the best option for you.

DOUBLE YOUR DONATION WITH A MATCHING GIFT

Some employers will match funds contributed to a not-for-profit organization, such as Catskill Regional Medical Center. Inquire at your Human Resources Department for details.

SPECIAL EVENTS

We welcome and appreciate organizations that conduct fundraisers to benefit CRMC. Examples include a “dress down day” at a local business, family events, coin collections, etc. We request that all outside organizations discuss their plans in advance and follow CRMC guidelines.

DONOR RECOGNITION

• Name on Donor Wall (Includes all employees who are in the “The Power of One” club.)
• Name on Medical/Surgical/OB Room – $10,000
• Name on ER Room – $15,000
• Name on Trauma Room – $25,000
• Name on Medical/Surgical Wing – $500,000
(Donations over $10,000 can be made over 5 years.)

HONORING PREVIOUS DONORS

We truly value our community’s past support of the hospital. Former donors, individuals, families and businesses who have supported the hospital in the past will be recognized on a special donor wall within the hospital.

 
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