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Joan's Story - Help Support Generations to Come

Giving to Samaritan in memory or in honor of someone, is a thoughtful way to honor your loved one or friend, while providing funds to help us care for others who need our services. Dollar for dollar, every gift to Samaritan directly impacts the patients and families we care for and the clients we serve. Thanks to our donors, Samaritan returns over $1.25 million to our community each year in essential, yet non-reimbursed services. All gifts to Samaritan are confidential and we do not sell or reproduce any of our lists.

Your gifts are greatly appreciated and support the current and future families in need of Samaritan's comforting services, regardless of their financial circumstances. You can choose to support Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice through Gifts to Remember or Honor Someone, Annual Giving or Planned Giving.

 

You can make a gift to Samaritan by: 

•    Using the online donation form:    

•    Calling our office at (856) 552-3242 and putting the donation on a Visa, MasterCard or
     American Express credit/debit card


•    Sending a check to Samaritan’s administrative office:
      Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice
      5 Eves Drive, Suite 300
      Marlton, NJ 08053

When sending a check, please include the following information on a separate sheet of paper:
-    Name of person gift is in memory of
-    Name/address of person you would like us to notify of your gift
-    Your name as you would like it to appear in family notification
-    The name of any other people who may have contributed to this gift*

* Please note that due to IRS regulations, the name on the check is the only person who can receive a letter recognizing the donation for tax purposes. However, every contributor’s name will be listed in the letter sent to the family notifying them of the gift.


Your gift may help:

A hospice patient with no family, no home and no health insurance

A grandmother going through chemotherapy, whose daughter splits caregiving duties between mom and her young family

A child who has lost a parent and finds comfort through grief support services

A Vietnam vet receiving spiritual guidance from our Jewish Hospice program
 

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