Ways to Give

Every gift makes an impact. There are many ways to give.

Where to Give

When you give to the UPMC Horizon or Jameson Community Health Foundations, there are many ways your gift will impact your community, meet people’s needs, and touch the lives of patients and their loved ones. Every gift makes a difference.

Our Programs

  • Cancer Care
  • Employee Contribution
  • General Fund
  • Makenna’s HUGS
  • Medical Equipment Recycling Program (MERP)
  • Memorials
  • Patient Discharge Resources
  • Patient Transportation
  • Scholarships

About our Programs

Learn more about the impact each one of our funds makes on our community.

How to Give

There are many ways to give to the UPMC Horizon and Jameson Community Health Foundations. We take seriously our responsibility to make the most of all gifts received. If you have any questions about how to give, please contact us.

Send a Check

For gifts to the UPMC Horizon Foundation, please make checks payable to: UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation.

Mail to:
UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation
110 N Main St.
Greenville, PA 16125

For gifts to the UPMC Jameson Foundation, please make checks payable to: UPMC Jameson Community Health Foundation.

Mail to:
UPMC Jameson Community Health Foundation
1211 Wilmington Ave.
New Castle, PA 16105

Donate Online

Make a one-time or recurring donation through a secure online form using your credit or debit card.


Give the gift of your time and talents to impact the health and wellbeing of our community. Please select a link for more information about volunteering at Horizon Hospitals or volunteering at Jameson Hospital.

Planned Giving

Planned gifts to the UPMC Horizon or Jameson Community Health Foundations can consist of cash, equity, or property and are designed to honor each donor’s charity goals. Planned giving, in compliance with tax law, may offer several tax benefits. Benefits will vary depending on the type of gift and donor and we recommend that anyone considering donating should consult an estate planning attorney to discuss the optimal type and amount of gift.

We can help you achieve your philanthropic and estate-planning goals. Contact Us for more information.

Wills or Living Trusts

A last will and testament reflects the things, individuals, and organizations that you love and value most. Bequests to the Foundation can be expressed as a dollar amount, a percentage of an estate, or as a piece of property, and the benefactor may designate how their gift should be used. A bequest made through a will or trust is free of estate tax.

Gift Annuities

A charitable gift annuity rewards the benefactor or their loved ones with a dependable fixed income for life, provides a charitable income tax deduction, can potentially reduce estate taxes, and may enable capital gains tax savings. Charitable gifts can be funded with cash or marketable securities and are designed for people of retirement age or older. Income provided through these gifts is based on age and remains fixed for life. 

Remainder Trusts

Remainder trusts are versatile planned gifts that can provide for several loved ones, be customized to the benefactor’s needs, and serve as vehicles for giving non-traditional assets such as land or real estate. The trust payout rate is determined at the time of establishment, and its payout percentage remains the same, although income may fluctuate depending on market performance.

Retirement Plans

Qualified retirement accounts such as an IRA, 401(k), Keogh, or SEP are also great resources for planned giving. While these assets are heavily taxed for heirs, charitable gifts made from these accounts are tax-free.

Real Estate

Real estate is an excellent type of planned gift and can be given outright, deeded as a gift, or sold below market value. Benefactors may give residences or vacation homes while retaining the right to living in them for the remainder of their lives. Benefactors giving real estate are entitled to income tax deductions, as well as potential reductions in their taxable estates.

Life Insurance Policies

Gifts of insurance policies can be simply arranged by naming UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation or UPMC Jameson Community Health Foundation as a beneficiary. This form of planned giving is particularly appropriate when policies have outlived their initial purposes, and it also enables benefactors to make significant gifts without negatively affecting cash flow.

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