Endowed Named Funds

Endowed Named Funds

Through an endowed fund, the donor transfers assets to Harrison Medical Center Foundation that are then carefully managed and preserved in perpetuity to provide annual income to support an area of the hospital selected by the donor. Endowed funds can provide support for projects, programs, education, scholarships and much more.

We are privileged and happy to work with donors to establish, name and build an endowed fund; additional gifts may be added to an endowed fund at any time. The minimum amount to establish an endowed named fund is $25,000. However, lesser amounts will be recognized to build an endowed named fund within a reasonable period of time.

Your gift will keep pace with changing times. If the purpose of your fund becomes obsolete or the area you wish to benefit ceases to exist, Harrison Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors will ensure that your fund continues in areas related to your original interests. Whenever possible, donors will be given the opportunity to select a new direction of support.

Endowed Naming Opportunities

  • Healing Environments (e.g. Garden support & maintenance, etc.)
  • Program Support (e.g. Complementary Therapies, etc.)
  • Continuing Education Scholarships
How do I go about making a gift for a naming opportunity?

Stephanie Cline, Executive Director, can arrange for you and your counsel to meet or tour with a department head and learn how your gift can benefit a particular program or service.

We invite you to call the Foundation Office at (360) 744-6761 or email Stephanie Cline to learn how your generosity can help Harrison Medical Center’s mission.