What if we say, “You can do something extraordinary”? We’re talking about the opportunity you have to make a planned gift. Unlike a cash gift, a planned gift is typically made from your assets rather than disposable income, and it comes to fruition after your lifetime.
A planned gift can provide support to ensure that health care in our community is not just good, but great now and in the future. Your gift can support innovative research and education, patient financial assistance, community health programs, and enhancements to patient care right here in Longmont and the surrounding area.
What is gift planning?
Learn more about what gift planning is and how any gift—no matter the size—can make a big impact for local families.
Circle of Caring
The foundation has created a legacy society to recognize donors who have made provisions to support our hospitals in their gift planning.
View sample language to include in wills and trusts, including bequest language, cash bequests, percentage of an estate, residual amount or remaining interest, tangible asset or property.
Best ways to give
Creating a lasting charitable legacy is easier and more affordable than you might think.
Read stories from donors and volunteers who have made planned gifts.