Your philanthropy is making a difference for our patients and their families as well as our dedicated physicians, nurses and other health care professionals. As a Champion of Health, you are among our largest group of donors and part of the lifesaving and life-changing work of Spectrum Health.
Members receive updates, newsletters, invitations and are recognized in the annual donor report.
Membership is based upon gifts made during the calendar year.
The Art of Giving Society recognizes individuals who have made gifts to Spectrum Health Foundation and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital through their estate plans, or have established a named endowed fund.
If you have named Spectrum Health Foundation as a beneficiary of a planned gift—including a bequest, appreciated securities, gifts of retirement accounts, life insurance, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, or charitable remainder annuity trusts—please fill out our member profile form to let us know. We want to be sure and thank you for your generosity by recognizing you as an Art of Giving Society member.
Art of Giving Society membership includes an invitation to our annual Celebration of Philanthropy dinner as well as periodic updates from Spectrum Health and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. In addition, you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are leaving a legacy and making a lasting difference in the lives of our patients and families for years to come.
The Spectrum Health Society recognizes individuals who have made gifts totaling $50,000 throughout their lifetime to the Spectrum Health Foundation and the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Spectrum Health Society membership includes an invitation to our annual Celebration of Philanthropy dinner and periodic updates from Spectrum Health and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. In addition, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your tremendous investment is making a difference in the lives of many patients and families each day.
LEAD brings together West Michigan women who are inspired to help make a difference in health care for patients and families at Spectrum Health, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. LEAD, or Ladies Empowering & Advocating for a Difference, is a passionate group of women, who together are advancing research, innovation and patient care.
Serving as a member of a Spectrum Health Guild is worthwhile and rewarding. By giving your time and talents, you can gain more than you give - in the friendships you develop and in the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of others.