DONATION OPTIONS

  • Naming Opportunities

    Download Naming Gifts Brochure


    Named Facilities

    Any Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation facility throughout Western PA and Eastern OH can be named for you or a loved one. There are many facilities that can be renovated or built to incorporate new technology or provide new services for our patients. The need for community health centers and the high quality, affordable services they provide is ongoing. Physical naming opportunities exist at each of our many facilities throughout our service area; however, some options may not be available at a specific site. Please contact us to learn which opportunities are available at a particular location.

    Named Scholarships

    Ensuring that there will always be well-trained, highly-qualified healthcare professionals who serve the needs of our communities is a priority. Your investment in a student aspiring to enter a healthcare career, will recognize and encourage excellence and will provide an indelible link to your name (or that of a loved one) with assisting students in achieving their educational goals. You will be helping to ensure the future of healthcare. You can designate how the scholarship recipients are to be chosen so that your interests and values are perpetuated.

    Other Naming Opportunities

    There are a number of opportunities for an interested donor to make a difference for future generations through gifts to Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation. For example, you may wish to provide for ongoing continuing medical education for our healthcare providers or training programs for staff. We will be happy to work with you to perpetuate your interests in a way that will be of most benefit to you.

  • Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program

    Download EITC Application


    Primary Health Network is supported through the charitable funding efforts of PHN Charitable Foundation, who in 2014 gained membership to this program as a Scholarship Organization.

    Eligible businesses are those authorized to do business in PA, and are subject to one or more of the following taxes:

    • • Corporate Net Income Tax
    • • Capital Stock Franchise Tax
    • • Bank and Trust Company Shares Tax
    • • Title Insurance Companies Shares Tax
    • • Insurance Premiums Tax
    • • Mutual Thrift Institution Tax
    • • Insurance Company Law of 1921
    • • Personal Income Tax of "S" corporation shareholders or Partnership partners

    Advantages to participating:
    • • 75% tax credit for a one year contribution (up to $750,000 per taxable year)
    • • 90% tax credit for two consecutive year contributions (up to $750,000 per taxable year)
    • • Your organization helps local high school students receive important scholarship aid
    • • Contributions are eligible for federal charitable deduction
    • • Contributions may be any of the following: cash, personal property, qualifying services
    • • Support a local cause carrying importance to you, in lieu of paying those taxes to the State
  • Wills & Bequests

    The bequest is the most common form of planned giving. With a bequest, you may make provisions for Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation in your will, designating either a dollar amount or a percentage of your estate. Whatever the amount, bequests are entirely free from federal estate tax and the estate and inheritance taxes of most states. Bequests should be prepared and executed with an attorney.

  • Stocks & other Securities

    Appreciated stocks, bonds, closely-held stock in family businesses, or other property may be given to Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation. The value of a gift of stock is determined by the average market value of the stock on the date the gift is made. To identify the best procedure for making such a gift, contact your broker and our Foundation.

  • Life Insurance Gifts

    You may assign Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation as a beneficiary, co-beneficiary, or a secondary, remainder, or residual beneficiary of your life insurance policy. Annual dividends also may be assigned to the Foundation. When Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation is named as owner of a policy and/or the irrevocable beneficiary, the cash value of the policy may be deducted on your income tax return. The premiums paid thereafter also are income tax deductible.

  • Charitable Remainder Unitrusts

    The charitable remainder unitrust is a gift that pays you income for life and can also provide income for a successor beneficiary for life. It provides an immediate tax deduction---freedom from estate taxes. A charitable remainder unitrust provides for a fixed percentage of return of not less than 5 percent of the value of the trust's assets valued annually. Because of that annual valuation, the payout to the donor will rise and fall with the economy. The rate of return is agreed upon at the time the unitrust is established, however, the higher the rate of return the smaller the charitable deduction. Additional contributions can be made at anytime. When the beneficial interest in the unitrust ends, the principal goes to Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation to accomplish your specified goals.

  • Real Estate / Personal Property

    Real estate may provide a convenient way to support Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation. You may contribute real estate as a deferred or outright gift. For example, with a life estate agreement, a donor can make a gift of a home or farm while retaining life tenancy. Gifts of real estate should include a letter of transmittal with instruction for use of the gift. Jewelry, works of art, rare books, manuscripts, antiques, and similar property can be contributed. A letter of transmittal, which specifies any requirements regarding use of the gift, should accompany gifts of property. An independent appraisal is needed should you choose this kind of support.

COPYRIGHT © PHNCF 2016. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.