REASONS TO GIVE
Why give to the Nacogdoches Memorial Foundation?
Because Nacogdoches Memorial Health is where people come first.
Your children were born here. We saved the life of your best friend. We made your grandpa comfortable when he needed us most. Nacogdoches Memorial is there for you and yours, delivering the care you need, when you need it.
By helping to advance technologies and modernize facilities at Nacogdoches Memorial Health, the Memorial Foundation makes a profound difference in the healthcare of our Nacogdoches community. We also give you a way to say Thanks.
THE HEALING POWER OF GRATITUDE
It may have been the skilled surgeon who replaced your knee or the spunky therapist who cheered you through that first walk afterwards. Perhaps it was the hug and the coloring book that calmed your toddler or the compassionate smile that gave you strength during chemotherapy. Whatever the situation, the Memorial Foundation can help you say "thank you" to that caregiver who touched your heart. Our Grateful Patient program will let you express your gratitude in an enduring and powerful way.
Your donation to the Nacogdoches Memorial Health Foundation can provide a meaningful, lasting way to honor a special person. Your gift can be a thoughtful way to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, or a meaningful way to extend sympathy and pay tribute to an extraordinary life. Acknowledgement cards are promptly sent to the person or family you designate, though the amount of the gift remains confidential.
Legacy and Planned Giving
Legacy giving is a reflection of how you want to be remembered in your community by your friends and loved ones. Planning your most significant charitable gift to the Memorial Foundation will secure a remarkable legacy of advanced healthcare for future generations of East Texans. Estate planning professionals with the Foundation provide planned giving advice for contributions through gift annuities, bequests, real estate, life insurance and estate arrangements. Let us help you plan ahead to pay less taxes on your estate and leave more wealth for the people and charitable causes that you love - like your community hospital.
Gifts may be designated to support specific programs or community efforts. If you wish for your gift to be used for a specific purpose, please note that designation when you make your gift.
Area of Greatest Need
Gifts support the priorities and greatest needs of Nacogdoches Memorial Health.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Gifts benefit our tiniest patients, babies who are born prematurely or develop health issues during or soon after delivery. In our NICU, highly trained professionals provide specialized care with one goal in mind: helping newborn babies grow strong enough to go home with mom and dad.
Gifts support the purchase of equipment and technology upgrades, research, and educational materials for patients with heart and vascular diseases.
Gifts support the purchase of equipment and technology upgrades, research, and educational materials for rehabilitation services provided for patients in the hospital as well as patients returning for additional care.
Gifts support Nacogdoches Memorial Health's coordinated, patient-centered model of care for each stage of a woman's life.
HOW TO GIVE
There are many ways that you can help the Nacogdoches Memorial Foundation purchase advance technology, improve facilities and enhance patient care at our hospital.
There are four easy ways that you can ensure that Memorial Hospital remains the pride of Nacogdoches:
1. Click the button above to make a secure, on-line donation.
2. Complete our general donation form (download here
) and send it by mail.
3. Fax the completed form to our office at 936-568-8588.
4. Telephone our office at 936-569-4194.
Nacogdoches Memorial Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that may accept charitable contributions under the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions are tax deductible, and every gift, large and small, is greatly appreciated.
For more information about giving to the Nacogdoches Memorial Foundation, contact Katy Crawford, (936) 569-4194.