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    IRA Charitable Rollover Gifts

    If you're 70½ years of age or older the IRA Charitable Rollover provides you with an excellent opportunity to make a gift today.

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    Volunteers

    Nearly 200 volunteers help us support Concord Hospital's mission through generously sharing their time, talent, and passion for furthering the philanthropic work we do each day. 

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  • Your Charitable Gift

    Your contribution supports Concord Hospital's charitable mission of meeting our community’s health needs.

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    When donors make gifts...they have impact.

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Making a Difference

  • Our Donors Have IMPACT

    Child Holding Stuffed AnimalThe funds given to Concord Hospital Trust directly support life-saving results. Beyond the life-saving impact that your contributions make possible are the life affirming impacts that we sometimes take for granted simply because they may seem less dramatic than life or death results.

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  • Giving Societies

    Dorean KimballThe Margaret S. Pillsbury Society recognizes people, like Certified Music Practitioner Dorean Kimball, who support Concord Hospital through charitable bequests or life-income gifts.

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  • Community Benefits

    Community Benefits reflect the essence of our mission: to meet the health needs of individuals within the communities we serve, regardless of their ability to pay. In 2014, Concord Hospital provided more than $52 million in Community Benefit programs and services.

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  • Donor Recognition

    Persis GowSome of the best medicine for young patients at Concord Hospital does not come from a doctor. It comes from a great grandmother who uses her 65-year-old sewing machine to create smiles.

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  • Trustee Profile

    Claudia Walker began volunteering for Concord Hospital as co-chair of the inaugural Payson Center for Cancer Care’s Rock ‘N Race 13 years ago. Her work on that 5K race turned into a volunteering marathon, one she happily, and proudly, embraces.

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