Philanthropy: Our Heritage and Our Future
APD relies on the generous support of community members like you to realize its mission. Indeed, a gift made it possible for Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital to be established.
In 1927, Mrs. Alice Peck Day bequethed her home to establish a cottage hospital in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Five years later, amidst of the Great Depression, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital opened its doors for the first time on February 1, 1932.
Since then, the community in Lebanon and throughout the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont has worked tirelesslly to the hospital’s viability and its growth. Now, more than 80 years later, that heritage of support can continue with your help.
Philanthropic support has enabled the hospital to expand its facilities and services over the years while remaining a place where patients come for high quality, highly personalized care. We rely on it more than ever to meet the challenges presented by today’s economy and health care environment.
Annual Giving Program
The Annual Giving Program is the foundation of all philanthropy at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. It supports hospital operations and helps APD provide for other priority needs like charity care for patients who are unable to pay their medical bills. Every gift is important to the hospital and every gift, large or small, makes a difference.
Please consider becoming a sustaining donor to the Annual Giving Program. You can elect to become a sustaining donor with monthly, quarterly, or annual charges to a credit or debit card in the amount you choose.
To make a gift to the annual fund, please use our secure online giving site or download a form to make your gift by mail. Please make checks payable to Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Our mailing address is Office of External Affairs, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, 10 Alice Peck Day Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766.
Questions? Call or email Tracy Walsh, Development Operations and Annual Fund Officer, at (603) 443-9569.
Capital Campaign Gifts
Through the years APD has embarked on capital campaigns to improve the facility. Capital campaigns have improved the operation rooms, the Robert A. Mesropian Community Care Center, and most recently the Donald Faulkner Dickey Medical-Surgical Wing. Contact Peter Glenshaw, Associate Vice President for External Affairs, at (603) 448-7442 to discuss a gift to the campaign.
A gift can be designated to a specific program or area of the hospital that has special interest or meaning for the donor. Before making such a gift, please contact Peter Glenshaw, Associate Vice President for External Affairs, at (603) 448-7442.
Memorial or Honorarium Gifts
Any gift you give to APD may be made in memory or honor of someone who is special to you. Memorial gifts may be designated to the Annual Giving Program, one of the most valuable ways to give to APD, or to another purpose. Please be sure to indicate the name and address of the person/s we should notify of your thoughtful contribution.
You may also choose to list APD as a recipient of memorial gifts in the obituary of a loved one. Here’s a sample of language you may use: “In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, 10 Alice Peck Day Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766.
Planned Giving: A Gift of Permanence
When you remember APD in your estate plans, you help to ensure the long-term financial strength and ongoing quality of the healthcare we provide. We can help you and your attorney or financial advisor design a plan that preserves your commitment to your family, while also fulfilling your desire to support APD.
When you let us know that you have made a provision for APD in your will or through another type of planned gift, you will be invited to become a member of The Homestead Society. Named after the home that Alice Peck Day bequeathed to the Lebanon community to create a hospital, The Homestead Society honors those who choose to leave a legacy gift to APD.
To learn more about legacy giving, please visit our Planned Giving page.
Contact Peter Glenshaw, Associate Vice President for External Affairs, at (603) 448-7442 to discuss a gift to the campaign or for information about planned gifts.
All gifts are tax deductible as allowed by law.