Employee Giving F.A.Q.’s
Can I designate my donation to a specific fund?
You can designate your payroll deduction or donation to the following funds: the Hughes Family Assistance Fund, the Prescription Assistance Fund, the Professional Education Fund, Kyleigh’s Gift, the Women’s Health Fund, or the TreeHouse. You may also designate your payroll deduction or donation to the area of greatest need.
Why should I give to the Liberty Hospital, so many other charities are in need?
As a public hospital, Liberty Hospital relies on the generosity of donors to continue providing outstanding healthcare to our community. Your gift demonstrates your belief in the mission and values of your employer which speaks volumes to the patients and community.
I already work at the hospital, why should I also make a financial contribution?
Your gift helps strengthen the programs and services that are available to staff and community through the hospital. These programs help meet the needs of our patients, friends, families, neighbors and co-workers.
How do I donate?
Return the Employee Giving Tree Pledge form to your supervisor or bring it by the Foundation office during the campaign. If you are already enrolled in payroll deduction and wish to continue, you do not need to submit a new form.
If I am already enrolled in payroll deduction, do I need to sign up again?
If you are currently donating to a fund via payroll deduction, you will receive an e-mail from the Foundation with the option of renewing at your current level. To change your giving level or designation, you must complete a new form.
Is my donation tax deductible?
Yes! The Liberty Hospital Foundation is a non-profit organization so your donation is fully tax deductible. You will receive a receipt of your donation at the end of the calendar year for tax purposes. All payroll deductions will also be reflected on your bi-weekly paystubs.
How will my donation be recognized?
Donors will be recognized on the Liberty Hospital Foundation website, in PIE, and in the Foundation annual report.