Gifts of a Lifetime

Carroll Hospital 2022 Annual Review

Gifts of a Lifetime 2022 Carroll Annual Report

Compassion, service, dedication, community, teamwork. These are some of the many values that both Carroll Hospital and BridgingLife embody and offer to patients—ensuring their health and wellbeing at any age or stage of life.

One of the best gifts we can ever receive in this lifetime is high-quality care. As a member of Carroll Hospital and BridgingLife’s circle of supporters, you continue to give generously to ensure everyone has access to life-changing, personalized health services—and that’s a gift that will never be exchanged for something bigger or better.

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Has Carroll Hospital or BridgingLife given you a gift that can never be replaced? We want to know your story!

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2022 Annual Report

The ultimate gift? Simple. It’s the limitless support shown by the Carroll Hospital community.

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The Power of a Gift

No matter the shape or size, your gifts to the Carroll Hospital Foundation matter—and help us deliver the highest quality of care to our community. There are a variety of ways you can provide support to your family, friends and neighbors, including:

  • Gifts in Kind

  • Gift Planning

  • Matching Gifts

  • Mail-In Donations 

  • Blessed Beginnings Tree

  • Commemorative Bricks

  • Monthly Giving Program

  • Special Event Fundraisers

  • Naming Gift Opportunities

  • Champions of Care

The Potential that Comes from Planned Giving

Planned gifts can protect your assets, provide for your loved ones and ensure an income throughout your life. The most common type of planned giving are bequests—where an individual notes in their will or trust that they would like a gift to be made to a family member(s), friend(s), or an organization(s) as part of their estate plan. Other forms of planned giving include:

  • Stocks and Bonds

  • Real Estate

  • Retirement Assets

  • Cash

  • Mineral Interests

  • Business Interests

  • Insurance

Contribute to Outstanding Oncology Care

The William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center wouldn’t be what it is today if it weren’t for the dedicated leadership of its director, Dr. Flavio Kruter. With your support, the Dr. Flavio Kruter Oncology Program Directorship Endowed Fund will cement Dr. Kruter’s medical legacy and service to the community and allow for the hiring and retention of the very best oncologists—who will follow in his footsteps.

Support the William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center

Giving your Time and Talents

The volunteers at Carroll Hospital and BridgingLife actively make a difference in the lives of our patients, their families and our staff. When you volunteer, your presence does not go unnoticed—no matter the task or act of service—and your talents and skills are put to the best use as you help those in need.

Carroll Hospital volunteer opportunities can include:

  • Front Desk Greeter

  • Retail Volunteer

  • Recovery Room

  • Surgical Waiting Room

  • Cancer Center Volunteer

  • Volunteer Room

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BridgingLife volunteer opportunities can include:

  • Companionship

  • Vigil Volunteer

  • We Honor Veterans Volunteer

  • Respite Visits

  • Music Visits

  • Fundraising and Special Events

  • Adminstrative or Professional Services

  • Serve as a Camp "Buddy" at Camp T.R.

  • Pet Visits

  • Reiki

Learn More and Apply

Meet the Carroll Hospital Foundation Team

The Carroll Hospital Foundation team is here to help you navigate all of your giving options and find the best opportunity for you—whether it’s giving your time, talent or treasure. If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our team at 410-871-6200. One of our staff members will be happy to walk through the giving process with you.

Get to Know our Team

What is the Greatest Gift You’ve Received?

We invite you to share the greatest gift you’ve received from being a part of this incredible Carroll Hospital and BridgingLife family.