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Charitable trusts are an ideal way to convert highly appreciated assets, such as real estate or stock, into a lifetime income—without having to pay capital gains or estate taxes—while providing a meaningful benefit to a charity such as the Banner Health Foundation or Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation.Read More
You can help build a permanent endowment to support Music Therapy for Banner Hospice patients with a gift that is matched 50 cents on the dollar by Banner Health’s President & CEO, Peter S. Fine, and his wife, Rebecca Ailes-Fine.Read More
Do you want to make a major gift to the Banner Health Foundation or Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation without touching your bank account? Consider giving a gift of real estate. Such a generous gift provides meaningful support to Banner Health, and can be directed to the medical center, program or area of care that matters most to you.Read More
Performing with the stage name D, this spunky little lady was a professional singer during the big band era, singing with Buddy Rich, Benny Goodman, and several other band leaders. Now in a group home under the care of Banner Home Care & Hospice, D was becoming increasingly angry at losing control over her life. When a care giver suggested music therapy, D refused. That changed when Kristen entered the scene. A music therapist recently added to the Banner Hospice Music Therapy team, Kristen began playing "A Sentimental Journey" and suddenly, D was smiling, singing, and even laughing.Read More
Instead of making a gift in their wills or estates, some people prefer the increased flexibility provided by a beneficiary designation through IRAs and retirement plans, life insurance policies, or commercial annuities. Another simple way to leave a legacy gift is to designate Banner Health Foundation or Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation as beneficiary of your bank accounts, certificates of deposit or brokerage accounts.Read More