Endowment - A "Forever" Gift

Endowments provide a permanent and ongoing source of funds for programs and services that are central to Good Shepherd’s mission.  Your contribution, stock gift, bequest or other donation may be directed to any one of Good Shepherd’s general endowment funds.  If you want a more specific designation, you may contribute to one of the named endowment funds.  You may also choose to establish your own fund.  Restricting a gift to endowment will preserve its principal and generate income in perpetuity that can be used each year for the endowment fund’s stated purpose. 

 

General Endowment Funds:

Unrestricted – Used for the general operations of Good Shepherd’s many programs and services

Education – Keeps Good Shepherd at the forefront of the latest technology and rehabilitation treatment options by providing education and training for associates

Pediatrics – Provides ongoing support of programs and services for children who need inpatient or outpatient care

Technology and Research – Supports assistive technology, rehabilitation technology, and research programs

Long-term Care – Supports operating needs of residential facilities

Neurorehabilitation – Provides programs and treatment for individuals with brain and spinal cord injury, stroke, and other conditions.

Rehabilitation Hospital – Directed to operating needs of rehabilitation hospitals

 

Named Endowment Funds:

Joseph and Marjorie Correll Pediatric Chair

Donley Family Pediatrics Endowment

Harold W. and Ester M. Dornsife Perpetual Fund for Pediatrics

Fleming Family Endowment for Assistive Technology and Research

Linny and Beall Fowler Endowment for Pediatrics

John Raker Hudders Endowment for Education (Brain Injury)

Jaindl Family Neurologic Endowment

Walter W. and Jacqueline G. Mock Fund for Pediatrics

Walter W. Mock Sr. and Marie S. Mock Fund for Research and Technology

Conrad W. Raker Endowment Fund for Education

Romig-DeYoung Community Access Fund for Residents

 

For more information please contact Jeannette Edwards at 610-776-3386 or jedwards@gsrh.org.