Ways to Donate


The St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation relies entirely on the continued support of our donors. The generosity of all has allowed us to care for all. The Foundation is committed to using donor funds and sound financial management to provide funding for state of the art equipment, research and education for hospital staff, thus securing the well being of the community and the future of St. Martha’s.

Monetary donations are of course accepted by the Foundation, and are greatly appreciated.

To make a donation right now, click here

You can also give us a call at 902-863-6414 or 902-863-01131 to discuss options.

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WAYS TO DONATE

DONATE SECURELY ONLINE BY CREDIT CARD

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DONATE MONTHLY OR ANNUALLY

Make a regular donation to the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation’s endowment campaign, the St. Martha’s and You…the Time is NOW.

Set up an automatic monthly or annual donation which will be put towards our endowment goal of $20 million dollars.

To learn more about the St. Martha’s and You…The Time is NOW Campaign, click here.

MEMORIAL GIFTS

A memorial donation to the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation is a wonderful way to pay tribute to a beloved relative, friend or colleague. Tell us who the gift is in memory of and if there is a specific Hospital unit, department or program you would like your donation to go to.

Memorial Cards are available at Curry Brothers Funeral Home, MacIssac’s Funeral Home and the Foundation Office.

TRIBUTE GIFTS OR GIFTS OF APPRECIATION

Making a donation to pay tribute to friends, family or colleagues is a unique way to mark a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary, or other milestone. Let us know whom you are paying tribute to and we’ll notify them of your gift in their name.

Former patients, families and friends may wish to express their gratitude towards St. Martha’s Hospital through a gift to the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation

DONATE BY MAIL OR PHONE

DONATE BY MAIL

Please include your name, mailing address, telephone, e-mail address and any other information you’d like to share with us. Cheques or money orders may be mailed to:

St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation
25 Bay Street,
Antigonish, NS B2G2G5

DONATE BY PHONE

We can accept your credit card donation by phone.

Please call us directly at: (902) 863-1131 OR (902) 863-6414

OTHER WAYS TO DONATE

PLANNED GIVING

Leaving a gift in your Will to the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation is a way to affirm your commitment to enhancing health care in Antigonish, Guysborough, Richmond and Inverness Counties. Your estate, in whole or in part, may be gifted to the Foundation. To ensure your gift is properly documented, please be sure to use our legal name and registration number:

St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation
Registered Charity Number: 89147 0981 RR0001

Please let us know if your estate plan includes a gift to the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation so we may thank you and welcome you as a member of the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation Legacy Club.

To learn more about planned giving, click here.

NON-CASH GIFTS, GIFTS OF SHARES OR GIFTS OF PROPERTY

The St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation can also accept non-cash gifts. Any property you own can be donated, such as real estate or investments such as shares. The tax benefits of these gifts vary and may be significant. We recommend consulting your financial adviser or a lawyer or accountant to get professional advice tailored to your situation.

A charitable tax receipt will be provided for the fair market value of the property at the time of transfer. If you would like to arrange a non-cash gift, please contact us.

GIFTS OF INSURANCE

You can make the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation a beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

Your life insurance needs can shift over time. As your life changes, your insurance coverage may no longer be required for its original purpose. Using it for charitable purposes can make good sense for your tax situation and your community. We recommend consulting your financial adviser or a lawyer or accountant to get professional advice tailored to your situation.