North Country Hospital invites you to help ensure that our neighbors, friends and family members receive the care they need. For a century, we have served our community through partnering with people like you to provide compassionate, close-to-home quality health care to everyone, regardless of circumstances.
From day one, charitable giving has been essential to our mission of serving everyone with appropriate facilities, advanced technology, and the needed services. It is thanks to the generous donations that began 100 years ago that our hospital exists today. Since then, charitable giving has provided for our hospital’s expansion, allowing North Country to keep pace with the community’s needs.
Through community support, hundreds of people every year are given care, medical supplies, prescriptions, and provided transportation that they otherwise would not have received. It is this heart bound partnership between us that keeps our community family healthier.
Your gift is confirmation of North Country’s mission, and allows us to continue to serve our community members from birth through a meaningful and healthy life. Health of our community is our greatest responsibility.
Ways to Give
There are plenty of options from which to choose to support North Country Hospital and the community’s health. We make it easy for everyone to contribute. Large, small or in between, every gift is significant and affects lives. For more information on any of the options or to make a donation, call our Development Officer, Wendy Franklin at 802-334-4186.
You can make an unrestricted donation or choose to give to a particular program at any time simply by clicking the above link. Unrestricted donations go to patients with the greatest need or are dedicated to critical hospital needs as identified by our Development Committee.
Annual Giving Campaign
Annual Giving Programs provide for ongoing needs and include opportunities such as the year-end campaign and the spring mailing. The Development Committee reviews hospital and community health trends in creating annual giving goals. The Annual Giving Program allows you to easily participate year after year. Please call Wendy Franklin in our Development Office at (802) 334-4186.
Donations of Stock
Benefits double when you donate appreciated securities because you’ll gain a charitable tax deduction and avoid capital gains taxes. Publicly traded stock that you have owned for at least a year and has increased in value is eligible for contribution to North Country Hospital. For instructions on how to make this win-win contribution, call Wendy Franklin in our Development Office at (802) 334-4186.
Monthly Giving Program
If you are on a budget or prefer to make a larger donation in payments over time, the Monthly Giving Program can accommodate you. For as little as $10 or as much as you choose, you can enroll in our monthly deduction program. Each month the amount you designate will be deducted from your bank account or applied to your credit card. The monthly arrangement can be altered or stopped whenever you choose. call Wendy Franklin in our Development Office at (802) 334-4186.
Employee Giving Through Payroll Deduction
North Country Hospital employees may designate a portion of their paycheck for charitable giving, either back to NCH programs or in support of other local organizations. Employees, please call the development office at ext. 186 for info on how you can be a part of employee giving. This program allows you to make a larger annual gift than you may have thought possible.
Tribute or Memorial Gifts
A gift made in honor of a loved one or friend is a wonderful and thoughtful way to celebrate that person’s life. Tribute and memorial gifts can commemorate almost any life event or occasion and are often made in lieu of sending flowers. Consider making an honorary gift the next time you want to let someone know “I’m thinking of you” or “I care.”
Tributes may be made by sending a gift to Wendy Franklin in the Development Office, North Country Hospital, 189 Prouty Drive, Newport, VT 05855. Checks may be made out to North Country Hospital.