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Rooks County Healthcare Foundation

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Caring for today. Preparing for tomorrow.

Benefits to the Community

Rooks County Healthcare Foundation believes that people will make the difference. Children must be able to rely upon having a solid foundation for a healthy future. Senior citizens deserve to be treated with the dignity and respect that they have earned through a lifetime of hard work, which entitles them to high quality healthcare. Rooks County Healthcare Foundation is here to help make Rooks County a shining example of what a county can accomplish for its citizens when everyone pitches in!

Giving for the Future

The Rooks County Healthcare Foundation is classified as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization by the IRS. As such, the foundation accepts a variety of gifts that are tax-deductible as allowed by law, including the following:
 

  • Gifts of Cash – outright or pledged over a period of five years.

  • Gifts of Securities – including stocks, bonds, mutual funds and IRAs.

  • Gifts of Personal Property – i.e., coin collections, antique cards, artwork, etc.

  • Gifts of Real Property – including real estate, home, business property, farmland and pastures, etc. with RCH reserving the right to liquidate at any time.

  • Gifts of Trusts – including charitable remainder trusts, unitrusts, lead trusts, family trusts, annuity trusts, living trusts, etc.

  • Gifts of Insurance – RCH must be both the owner and beneficiary for the donor to receive a charitable deduction.

  • Gifts of Bequests – i.e. gifts received at death directed by a will or living trust.

    Any one of these gifts or a combination may be used to create a current or deferred gift to the campaign. A current gift is a gift to be received during the five-year pledge window of the campaign. A deferred gift, also called an estate gift, planned gift or ultimate gift, is a gift that will not likely be realized during the five-year window.

    We encourage you to discuss these various giving methods with your accountant, financial advisor or attorney and select the most effective way for you to make a gift to the foundation.

Director:
Eric Sumearll
Rooks County Healthcare Foundation
PO Box 184
Plainville, KS 67663
785-688-4428
esumearll@plainville.hpmin.com


The RCHF board members are dedicated to ensuring that the hospital and all healthcare entities in the county remain strong by engaging in philanthropic activities designed to increase community awareness and participation in helping to meet their needs.

President: Carson LeMarr
Vice-President: Kathy Ramsay
Treasurer: Linda Rudman
Secretary: Kandie Morain
Trustee Ex-Officio: A.J.  Thomas
Chuck Comeau
Charlie Allphin
Sheila Latham
Wynn McReynolds
Shari Tucker
Donna Brown

Donor Form

Click here to download a copy of our Donor Form to print and submit. 

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call 785-688-4428.