Members of the Art of Giving Society help ensure that Spectrum Health and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital will be able to develop and sustain vital services and programs to meet current and future health care needs. Through their generosity, a lasting impact will be made on our patients, families, staff, and communities, providing a foundation for excellence for years to come.
Recognition in the Art of Giving Society is immediate upon our notification that you have named the Foundation as beneficiary of your charitable estate planning.
Donors who have established a named endowed fund are also recognized in the Art of Giving Society. If you are interested in learning more about endowment support, please contact our planned giving team.
Art of Giving Society members receive an invitation to our annual Celebration of Philanthropy, updates from the Foundation, as well as invitations to various Foundation events.
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To learn more about the Art of Giving Society or to notify us of your gift, please contact our planned giving team via email or phone at 616.486.6590.
If you would like to learn more about how to include Spectrum Health or Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in your charitable estate planning, or if you intend to/have already remembered the hospital in your plans, we would love to hear from you.
We are here to help and share the many ways you can make a difference through your philanthropy, now and in the future.
Spectrum Health Foundation, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Foundation, has 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt status. Our federal Tax ID number is #38-2752328.
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