Types of Gifts

Many types of gifts can help Peace Harbor Hospital Foundation support outstanding health care services in western Lane County.


A one-time gift of cash is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


A pledge is a commitment to give a gift at pre-determined times. A pledge can be made at any time, and paid monthly, quarterly or annually.


A gift of stocks, bonds or other securities involves transferring the asset to the charitable service. This gift provides a tax deduction equal to the fair market value when the gift is delivered.

Tangible Assets

A gift of tangible assets is transferring to the charitable service, property such as real estate, artwork, vehicles, etc. These assets may be fully tax deductible at appraised value.

Life Insurance

A gift of Life Insurance involves naming the charitable service as the beneficiary of a paid-in-full policy, or in a new policy where the premiums may be tax deductible.

Charitable TrustsTrusts

A charitable trust involves placing assets in a trust and naming a charity as the eventual recipient of the assets. Interest income is paid from the trust to the donor or donor's named beneficiary (e.g. spouse, children).


A bequest involves transferring assets to a charity through a will.

For more information, contact Foundation employee - Heather Quaas-Annsa at (541) 902-6589 or hquaas-annsa@peacehealth.org.

The mission of the PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center Foundation, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) philanthropic organization, is to improve the health and lives of community members by providing charitable support to PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center.