Giving Groups

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Homecare Partners
Any individual donor giving $100 or more is recognized as a valued Homecare Partner. These gifts can be in the form of a memorial gift, a thank you, or just a contribution made to help support the delivery of needed Homecare services to those in our communities who may have a reduced ability to pay. 

Annual Giving
Many donors choose to make annual contributions to the Foundation for Homecare & Hospice. Sometimes these gifts are set up to recognize an important date in a patient's treatment or recovery, to memorialize the death of a loved one, or simply as a
regular way to say thank you for the services they or someone they know has received. Annual giving donations are accepted in any dollar amount.

Women’s Giving Group
The Women’s Giving Group brings philanthropic-minded women together to support the healthcare needs of children in our community. Through individual annual gifts of $500, this group works to make certain that financial limitations never prevent a child’s Homecare needs from being met. The Women's Giving Group meets regularly at unique social gatherings and events to strengthen personal and professional connections, and invite new members to join.

Every Child Giving Group
A compassionate group of benefactors working to preserve and improve services for children in need under the care of Intermountain Homecare. Individuals may join the Every Child Giving Group through a generous pledge of $10,000 to the Foundation for Homecare & Hospice. Pledges may be fulfilled in a one time payment or through annual gifts spanning up to ten years. Your investment will touch lives of children in need and their families, far into the future by ensuring their health and well-being today.

Employee Giving
Many businesses and corporations support charitable giving through a company match program and on-going employee directed payroll deductions. Individuals have the opportunity to enhance their personal gift to the Foundation for Homecare & Hospice by inviting their employers to participate in this program. For more information, please ask your Human Resources department to contact us.

Giving Begins at Home
The Foundation for Homecare and Hospice recognizes the more than 400 Intermountain Homecare employees who have joined Team HELP (Homecare Employees Love Patients). These employees are able to elect their contributions support either pediatric services, hospice services, or both. Their collective bi-weekly payroll deductions supporting the Foundation for Homecare & Hospice totaled $39,580.56 in 2011.