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With a charitable give annuity, the concept is simple: You make a donation using cash, marketable securities or other assets, and we, in turn, pay you a fixed amount for life. And now, if you make your gift by December 31, the gift annuity rates will be an estimated 0.3 to 0.5 percent higher than they will be beginning January 1.Read More
The Banner Health Foundation has welcomed eight new members to its Board of Directors:
Shiva Birdi, MD
Todd Hurst, MD
This October, Bashas’ Family of Stores has partnered with Banner Health Foundation and Traci Beagley to support breast cancer research. Bashas’ customers can purchase icons in increments of $1 and $5 to hang in their neighborhood stores, or a case of pink ribbon water bottles. A portion of the proceeds will support the life changing work of doctors like Traci’s physician, Dr. Lida Mina, and the care and recovery of patients like Traci.Read More
$5 million gift from Fulton Family Foundation supports prevention, treatment and research of childhood obesity
The Fulton Family Foundation has made a $5 million gift to the Banner Health Foundation to establish the Dr. Robin Blackstone Childhood Obesity Center of Excellence at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix. The Fulton Family Foundation is chaired by longtime Valley homebuilder and philanthropist Ira A. Fulton.
This gift establishes Arizona’s first center of excellence dedicated specifically to pediatric obesity and metabolic disorders—a passion of Mr. Fulton’s based on his own experiences as a patient of Dr. Robin Blackstone, MD, FACS, FASMBS, and the experiences of several of his family members.Read More
The main difference between a charitable remainder trust and a charitable lead trust is when we receive your gift. With a remainder trust, we receive the remainder after your lifetime or a term of years. With a lead trust, we receive our gift first, with the remainder going to your chosen heirs upon your passing.