Honor and Memorial Gifts
Making a gift to Abington Health Foundation is a wonderful and meaningful way to honor an individual or group, commemorate a special occasion or memorialize a loved one.
If you would like to make a gift to Abington Health Foundation in honor of a friend or loved one or an Abington-Jefferson Health physician or healthcare professional, we will notify him or her of your generous gift. Please provide the name and address of the person you would like us to notify on our online gift form. The amount of your gift will remain confidential. You can make your tribute gift online, by mail or over the phone (215-481-GIFT).
If you would like to make a gift to Abington Health Foundation in memory of a friend or loved one, we will send a note to his or her spouse, child or other family member acknowledging your generous gift. Please provide the name and address of the person you would like us to notify on our online gift form. The amount of your gift will remain confidential. You can make your tribute gift online, by mail or over the phone (215-481-GIFT).
Honor and Memorial Gifts
Abington Health Foundation receives thousands of contributions each year that honor or remember loved ones, friends, and co-workers who have survived an illness, celebrated a birthday or other special occasion. These Tribute Gifts also allow patients and families to thank a caregiver who provided outstanding care while they were a patient at Abington Hospital or Abington – Lansdale Hospital. These important Tribute Gifts total more than $600,000 annually and are a crucial source of revenue for Abington programs.
Tribute Gift Acknowledgement and Notification
Abington Health Foundation is very pleased to acknowledge your Tribute Gift with a special card and we will gladly notify the person or family you are honoring (amount of your gift is not included.) When making a Tribute Gift, please include the name of the person you are honoring. Also, include the name and address of the individual you would like us to notify of your thoughtful tribute. You can also inform of us how you want to be identified in the notification card.
Tribute Language Used in an Obituary
Families may prefer to ask for Tribute Gifts through an obituary. The notice in the obituary might read, "The family requests contributions be made to Abington Health Foundation, 1200 Old York Road, Abington PA 19001." If you would like to support a particular program or department at Abington Hospital or Abington – Lansdale Hospital, you may include the name of the program or department in the obituary. To ensure proper dedication of these gifts, please contact the Foundation Office at 215-481-4438 in advance.
Making an Honor or Memorial Gift
Credit card donations may be made online: Make your donation now
Checks may be mailed to:
Abington Health Foundation
1200 Old York Road
Abington PA 19001
Credit card donations may be made over the telephone by calling Abington Health Foundation at 215-481-4438.
Convenient, postage paid, self-addressed envelopes are available by calling Abington Health Foundation at 215-481-4438.
If you would like additional information or have specific questions, please call Abington Health Foundation at 215-481-4488.
Hope and Healing Through Charitable Giving
Considering a Gift of Gratitude?
Are you looking for a way to say “thank you” for outstanding care provided by a physician or nurse at Abington – Jefferson Health?
One of the ways you can make an impact is by honoring a healthcare provider or team of providers for extraordinary care through charitable giving. By giving in honor of a healthcare provider, not only is exemplary work recognized but patients and families in the future also benefit, as charitable giving helps to support innovation, medical education, clinical research and advanced care.
To learn more about how you can make a gift of gratitude in honor of a healthcare provider, please call Abington Health Foundation and ask to speak to a Gifts Officer. You may also make a gift online: Donate Now.
Grateful patients of Abington – Jefferson Health discuss how they have found hope and healing through philanthropy.