You’re making the community a better place to live in when you give to a non-profit organization like Samaritan. Your donation allows us to provide services to people who might not otherwise have access to them.
Your donation also funds additional programs to enhance quality of life for those at the end of life. You’re giving the gift of comfort, support, and dignity.
Donations can be made online or mailed to:
Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice
5 Eves Drive, Suite 300
Marlton, NJ 08053
Please be assured that Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice does not sell or share donor information with third parties.
Your gift helps Samaritan care for hospice patients and their families plus these additional programs:
Transitions – Support services for those not yet ready for hospice
Samaritan, South Jersey’s first hospice is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization, making your gift eligible for a charitable income-tax deduction, as allowed by law.
Many families find solace in donating to Samaritan to show appreciation after we provide comfort, support, and dignity for their loved one at the end of life.
In a recent letter to Samaritan accompanying a gift, H.M. wrote “his passing was calm and pain free and we all agreed it was a truly good ending. We will be forever in your debt.”
In addition to the gifts made in memory of a loved one, we are also the recipient of many donations in honor of living friends, family, and caregivers, as well as gifts marking celebrations such as weddings, birthdays, etc. D.W. wrote “I’m sending this gift in honor of Jen, Michael’s home health aide. I couldn’t have done it without her. Her gentle care, patience, and encouragement was comforting”
We’re pleased to offer an additional way to remember your loved ones. A memorial paver at The Samaritan Center at Voorhees is a unique way to leave a lasting gift. The pavers will be installed as borders on the walking paths around the gardens. More paver information>>
Samaritan is grateful for the memorial gifts we receive because it allows us to continue our mission of providing exceptional care to promote comfort, dignity, and quality of life for those living with serious illness or grief.
Samaritan is now offering a unique way to place a lasting gift at The Samaritan Center at Voorhees. These memorial pavers serve as a beautiful way to remember a loved one, or honor an individual, or entire family. These lasting expressions of support will be installed as borders on the walking paths around the gardens at The Center. Learn more >>
The Circle of Caring recognizes Samaritan’s many generous donors, whose ongoing support ensures the gift of hospice for all.
The Leadership Society recognizes individuals who make an extraordinary investment in the charitable mission of Samaritan. Membership is bestowed upon those making a gift of $2,500 in a given year or a pledge of $10,000 or more. To learn more, contact Chief Development Officer Chris Rollins, MBA, CFRE at (856) 552-3287.
Giving to a charity through your will or estate plan allows you to give on a basis intended to maximize your income tax situation and help meet the needs of the causes that are meaningful to you. Your options are varied and depends on how you want to use your assets during your lifetime. Here are some resources explaining each option. Please note: These articles are designed to provide general information on the importance of estate planning and is not a substitute for such legal or financial advice.
The Corporate Honor Roll recognizes businesses reinvesting in the health of their community and the charitable mission of Samaritan. Membership is bestowed upon leading corporate citizens making an annual gift of $500 to $10,000 or more.
Samaritan appreciates the support we receive through our annual events. Each year we host our Celebration of Life Gala, Drive for a Good Cause Golf Tournament, and Tree of Life ceremonies. [links]
Celebration of Life Gala – An evening of dinner and dancing to benefit Samaritan hospice patients and their families.
Drive fore! A Good Cause Golf Tournament – A day on the greens to benefit Samaritan.
Tree of Life – Moving ceremonies are held throughout Samaritan’s service area at the beginning of December. Individuals can make a donation and dedicate a light on one of the trees in honor or in memory of their loved one.
#GivingTuesday – A global day of giving on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Funds raised from Samaritan’s #GivingTuesday campaign benefits veterans receiving hospice care. Our goal is to present each veteran in our care with a special recognition blanket to show appreciation for their service to our country.
PLEASE BE ASSURED THAT SAMARITAN HEALTHCARE & HOSPICE DOES NOT SELL OR SHARE DONOR INFORMATION WITH THIRD PARTIES.