Every gift makes a difference to the people and communities we serve.
By donating to Providence, you can advance research, health care and wellness right here in Oregon. Your support will improve the lives of all those under our care – especially the poor and the vulnerable.
Gifts of Cash
This is the easiest way to give. Most gifts are made by credit card or check, and you can choose the foundation and program your gift supports. You may also set up a monthly contribution that can be automatically charged to your card of choice.
All gifts are tax deductible as provided by law.
Many of our supporters choose to make a gift in thanks for care received or in memory of a loved one. You can designate if your gift is in honor of or in memory of a loved one on the donation form.
For more details and language to use in an obituary, please visit our Memorial Giving page.
Stocks and Bonds
Providence accepts the donation of appreciated securities which may offer you tax advantages.
A donor-advised fund can be an easy and flexible way to manage your giving and help you achieve your strategic philanthropic goals.
The IRA charitable rollover is a great way to make a tax-free gift from your IRA. If you are over 70 and 1/2 years old, a charitable distribution made directly from your traditional or Roth IRA to Providence allowing you to make the gift without treating the distribution as taxable income.
Many companies match, or even double match, their employees' gifts. To see if this is an option for you, check with your employer, your spouse's employer or even the company from which you retired.
Don't miss this tax benefit for 2021
The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act passed by Congress in 2020 offers a tax deduction for everyone who makes a cash donation to charity* in 2020. The tax deduction for cash contributions was extended for 2021.
The CARES Act created a $300 “nonitemizer” deduction which was extended for taxpayers for 2021. And now, for 2021, twice the deduction or $600 for couples is available for those who file their tax return jointly. Therefore, if you DO NOT itemize, you can claim a deduction of up to $300 for single individuals and $600 for married couples for cash donations made in 2021.
If you DO itemize, the savings are even greater! Those who itemize can deduct cash donations to charity* up to 100% of their adjusted gross income.
*Not available for gifts made to donor advised funds, private foundations or support organizations
To learn more, call Lon Dufek at 503-595-3045 or email [email protected].
Gift Planning Learn more about all of the ways to give through your assets.
At Providence, we know our work may not be complete in our lifetime, but our commitment to advance research, health care and wellness remains unwavering. You can support this work by including Providence in your estate plans. Planned gifts, including gifts through your estate, charitable trust, life insurance, and property are welcome. Watch our quick video to see if a planned gift might be the right fit for you.
Or contact the Office of Gift Planning at 503-595-3045.
At Providence, we know our work may not be complete in our lifetime, but our commitment to advance research, health care and wellness remains unwavering. You can support this work by including Providence in your estate plans. Planned gifts, including gifts through our estate, charitable trust, life insurance, and property are welcome. Watch our quick video to see if a planned gift might be the right fit for you.
Learn more about all of the ways to give through your assets at our planned giving portal.
Or contact the Office of Gift Planning at 503-216-6639.