Willing to Give?


 

Willing to Give?


Vol. 14, No. 3
Fall 2004

  • Toddler Beats Rare Cancer

  • Winthrop Awarded Top National Ratings for Excellence in Obstetrics

  • Winthrop at Front Lines of Cardiac Laser Surgery

  • Garden City Resident Named Auxilian of the Year

  • Internationally Known Neurosurgeon Affiliated with Winthrop

  • NY Jets' Kevin Mawae Helps Benefit Pediatric Patients

  • Teens Donate Toys to Young Patients

  • 2004 Gala Benefit Crackles with Excitement

  • Gala Honorees

  • Space-Age Laser Therapy at Winthrop Brings New Hope to Glaucoma Patients

  • Quick Diagnosis Saves Nurse's First Child

  • Clinical Trials Center Provides Community Access to New Therapies

  • Winthrop's Orthopaedic Surgeons Among Few on L.I. to Perform Minimally Invasive Total Knee Replacement

  • Willing to Give?

  • Winthrop's Sports Medicine Program Adds Psychological Element to Enhance Treatment

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  • Winthrop-University Hospital has been honored to receive numerous bequests over the years. Grateful patients and families often include the Hospital in their Wills or Estate Plans as a way to provide generous support for our outstanding healthcare programs and services. Bequests may allow a donor to help fund valued programs by making a larger gift than possible with current income.

    The most popular form of bequest is the "remainder interest," which allows donors to provide for one or more favored charities, such as Winthrop, from the remainder of their estates after all other obligations have been met. Since most donors do not know what the exact size of their estate will be, using a percentage is often the best way to divide remaining financial assets. If you are considering a remainder interest bequest or some other form of planned gift to benefit Winthrop, we would be pleased to provide you or your attorney with sample language, an illustrationnllustration and additional information.

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



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