Insurance... a means for charitable giving


Vol. 14, No. 2
Spring 2004

  • Winthrop Ranked #1 in New York State in Angioplasty and at the Top in the State for Open Heart Surgery

  • Winthrop Officially Opens New Heart Surgery Center & Pediatric Inpatient Center

  • Winthrop's New Pediatric Inpatient Center

  • The New Heart Surgery Center

  • NICU Team Helps Smallest Baby Ever Born at Winthrop Defy All Odds

  • Life After Gastric Bypass Surgery

  • New Medication to Treat Severe Asthma Helps Winthrop Patients Breathe, Not Wheeze

  • Winthrop Sets Out to Eliminate Racial, Ethnic Disparities in Healthcare at 3rd Annual Hispanic Health Fair

  • Peer Visitors Provide Hope, Faith to Stroke Patients at Winthrop Stroke Peer Visitor Program First of its Kind on Long Island

  • Diabetes Education Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary

  • New York Dragons Spread Cheer at Winthrop's Pediatric Inpatient Center

  • Golfers Hit the Greens at 19th Annual Winthrop Golf Tournament

  • 'A Night at the Opera' Benefits Winthrop's Kids

  • Insurance... a means for charitable giving

  • Jay's World, The New York Islanders Children's Foundation & Charles B. Wang Foundation Support Winthrop's New Pediatric Inpatient Unitd

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  • Life insurance provides financial security for your family by protecting your financial resources against the uncertainties of life. An existing life insurance policy can also help ensure that Winthrop-University Hospital will continue to provide superior quality healthcare for future generations. Life insurance is an important part of every sound financial plan, but often overlooked as a means for significant charitable giving. By simply indicating that Winthrop should receive a portion of the benefit from your life insurance policy, you can leave a lasting legacy and demonstrate your ongoing commitment to our mission. There are many ways that life insurance can be used to help create a meaningful charitable bequest and we would be happy to provide you or your insurance representative with details.

    For information, please call the Director of Development at (516) 663-3398 or email bcoselpieper@winthrop.org



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