Ways to Support Mercy Health Muskegon
Mercy Health Office of Philanthropy offers a flexible program that welcomes a myriad of personalized donations, from commemorative gifts that honor a loved one or a caregiver, to endowments that create an inspiring family legacy. We encourage you to give in a way that supports your charitable goals as well as the programs that are meaningful to you, whether it's a donation to our Birth Center, which delivered your newborn, or perhaps our Mercy Health Dan & Mavis Thill Heart & Vascular Center, because a loved one suffers from heart disease.
Here are just a few ways you can express your support:
. . . by joining an annual giving club
Cornerstone Club: This giving level recognizes individuals who give an annual gift between $100 and $10,000.
Cornerstone Club Brochure
- Gold Level: Gifts of $500.00 or more
- Silver Level: Gifts of $250.00 to $499.00
- Bronze Level: Gifts of $100.00 to $249.00
Women For Health: Provides funds to benefit the health care needs of women in our community and is open to all women. Membership requires a minimum commitment of $1,000 per year. There are quarterly socials so you can learn about the latest findings in living and promoting healthy lifestyles, as well as strengthen our networking opportunities.
Current Women For Health Member Listing
. . . by making a gift of cash, stock or securities, or by making a pledge that is payable over time
Signet Society: This giving level recognizes gifts of $10,000 to $24,999 from individuals. Signet Society members are acknowledged in many ways, including their names etched into the donor wall in our front lobby and invitations to and special recognition at events exclusively for Signet Members.
Signet Society Brochure
Current Signet Society Member Listing
President’s Circle: This giving level recognizes cumulative gifts of $25,000 to $99,000 from individuals, businesses and organizations. President's Circle members receive special recognition on our donor wall in our front lobby and are also recognized as members of the Signet Society and receive special naming opportunities.
Legacy Circle: This giving level recognizes cumulative gifts from individuals, businesses and foundations or organizations of $100,000 or more. Legacy Circle members receive special recognition on our donor wall in our front lobby and are also recognized as members of the Signet Society and receive special naming opportunities.
. . . by including us in your estate plans
For over 100 years, donors have been instrumental in supporting capital projects, establishing educational initiatives and endowing programs through estate gifts. These charitable-minded individuals will be recognized as a part of the Heritage Society.
Types of estate gifts:
- Beneficiary Designations of a Retirement Plans
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Charitable Lead Trusts
In addition, through Comerica Bank, we are pleased to offer charitable gift annuities that provide either current or deferred life income for donors or their designees.
Heritage Society Brochure
Current Heritage Society Member Listing
Two Easy Ways to Make a Planned Gift
. . . by business/corporate giving
Business Health Alliance: The Business Health Alliance is a diverse group of area businesses committed to making a positive difference in the growth and health of our community. They have each generously committed a minimum of $1,500 over a three-year period.
Current Business Health Alliance Member Listing
. . . by memorial/tribute gifts
The “Lasting Gift” Program: This program allows for gifts to be given as a tribute to a special person or in memory of a loved one. We have memorial donation envelopes available for personal use, as well as funeral home distribution. To request these gift envelopes, please call the Office of Philanthropy at 231-672-4814, or download a “Lasting Gift” envelope now. Tribute and memorial donors are recognized at the appropriate giving level.
. . . by event sponsorships
We offer numerous sponsorship opportunities for corporations, organizations and individuals. See our events page.
For more information about these and other giving opportunities, contact the Office of Philanthropy at 231-672-4814.