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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
The Banner Health Foundation is thrilled to announce that Arizona homebuilder, businessman and philanthropist Mr. Ira A. Fulton has endowed the Ira A. Fulton Chair in Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic Disorders with a $2 million charitable gift. This is the first endowed chair to be established at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix. Robin P. Blackstone, MD, FACS, FASMBS, has been appointed to the Fulton Chair.Read More
You can help Cardon Children's Medical Center create innovative and creative spaces, as seen through the eyes of a child.Read More
Since opening last November at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, the T.W. Lewis Melanoma Center of Excellence is well on its way to becoming the leading center for Melanoma diagnosis, treatment, and research in the Southwest. Support from donors and a matching gift from the T.W. Lewis Foundation generated $3.5 million to make the Center a reality, and far ahead of schedule.Read More
Legacy gifts are a powerful way for individuals and families to invest in the future of Arizona health care through Banner Health. A gift from your estate promised today—typically, at no cost to you—and realized after your lifetime can make a meaningful impact on programs serving future generations.Read More