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Philanthropic Support/Estate Planning

We face an ever increasing challenge to our mission of providing high-quality, compassionate care services to our elders.  With government reimbursement providing only a small portion of the actual cost of providing care, we require significant ongoing philanthropic support.

Donations to our Annual Appeal, unless otherwise indicated by the donor, are directed to the Care Assurance Endowment Fund.  Established for ministry use, this fund serves as an additional payment source for residents who otherwise cannot afford care at St. Paul Home.

Your planned gift of assets or income, established today and completed in the future, guarantees that your legacy of support to our ministry is assured.  Consider contacting your legal and financial advisors to design a gift plan now that will not only fit your needs and interests, but leave a lasting legacy to St. Paul Elder Services.

Healing Garden

Become a donor to our Healing Garden and be part of this living legacy.  Engraved bricks can be purchased through contributions and used to construct the pathway in the garden.  The Healing Garden offers an opportunity for individuals, groups, organizations, associations, and businesses to pay tribute to those who have touched their lives and establish a permanent, visible memorial.

Other gift-giving opportunities are available to those who would like to help us continue to provide the degree of care and service that is the hallmark of St. Paul Elder Services.  For more information, call the Office of Development at (920) 766-6020, ext. 171, or e-mail mandys@stpaulelders.org.

We are blessed with many generous benefactors who are committed to our ministry.  Please consider St. Paul Elder Services when planning your estate.

Even the weakest and most vulnerable, the sick, the old, the unborn, and the poor, are masterpieces of God’s creation, made in his own image, destined to live forever, and deserving of the utmost reverence and respect.

Pope Francis