Tribute Gift Opportunities
Tribute gifts are an especially meaningful way to remember family members and friends who have touched your life in a very special way, while enabling Good Samaritan Hospital to sustain the level of personal, compassionate care for which it is renowned.
When you make a gift in memory or honor of someone who has made a difference in your life, you are helping make a difference in the lives of others throughout the Good Samaritan Region. Your contribution may support Good Samaritan Hospital’s Greatest Needs or a specific cause close to your heart.
When you make a tribute gift to the Good Samaritan Foundation, you will receive an acknowledgement of your contribution. Notification is sent promptly to the person or family you recognize; the gift amount is not mentioned.
Good Samaritan Hospital is blessed throughout the year with special recognition provided by the family members of our patients, team members, graduates and friends. Making a gift in memory of a loved one is a thoughtful remembrance that reflects the person’s generous spirit and concern for others.
You can make a gift in honor of a family member, treasured friend, valued colleague, or caregiver as a way to celebrate a significant event or simply say “thank you.” Special occasions such as birthdays, graduations, and weddings are a great opportunity to honor someone in a way that makes an impact.
Would you like to thank a doctor, nurse, or team member who has made an impact on your life? Consider honoring that person through the Grateful Patients and Families Program, a special tribute opportunity to recognize Good Samaritan’s compassionate caregivers.
The Tribute Society
The Good Samaritan Foundation established the Tribute Society as a special way to permanently honor or remember a loved one.
An individual qualifies for membership in the Tribute Society when cumulative gifts of $2,000 or more are made in their name to Good Samaritan Hospital or Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science.
Members of the Tribute Society are permanently recognized on a distinctive wall display on the Hospital's Sixth Floor.