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GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY

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Membership in the Good Samaritan Society is reserved for individuals whose cumulative lifetime giving totals $10,000 or more; and donors whose annual giving totals $1,000 or more. After the initial gift or pledge period, active membership is retained with subsequent gifts equal to $1,000 or more each year. As cumulative gifts of Good Samaritans rise above $10,000, so do the levels of membership.

  • Good Samaritan -- $1,000 to $9,999
  • Grand Samaritan -- $10,000 to $24,999
  • Chairman's Circle -- $25,000 to $49,999
  • President's Circle -- $50,000 to $99,999
  • Society of Founders -- $100,000 and above
 

Gifts from Good Samaritan Society members help the world-class doctors and nurses at Health First provide compassionate care and treatment using state-of-the-art tools and technologies. They also help our community lessen the need for costly treatment before it begins, by supporting healthy living and prevention programs.

For larger gifts and campaign pledges, Good Samaritan members enjoy special naming opportunities to honor loved ones, friends or caregivers. Naming a room or facility within Health First recognizes you for making a difference in patient care and helps to inspire others to follow.

All gifts to the Foundation make a difference. For example, $1,000 can provide:

Materials for two sessions of "Stop the Bleed", a life-saving trauma training program for first responders and others in our community.
One month of program support for grieving children at Bright Star, a program of Hospice of Health First.
Glucometer starter kits and test strips for 40 indigent diabetic patients.
Breast cancer treatment books for 50 newly diagnosed breast cancer patients.
Special heart pillows to assist 25 patients in healing following cardiac surgery.
Support towards a $2,500 scholarship for a Health First nurse pursuing an advanced nursing degree (Bachelors of Science in Nursing or Masters of Science in Nursing).
Help and hope, including counseling and resource referrals by The Center for Family Caregivers, a program offered free of charge through Health First Aging Services to caregivers and families struggling with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or other dementia-related illnesses.

For more information, contact the Foundation at 321.434.7353