Other Ways to Give

Did You Know That There Are Many Creative Ways To Financially Support Fenway Health?

Below are several interesting ways to support the cause of taking care of our own.

In Honor of or Memorial Giving

An “In Honor of” or a memorial gift is a particularly meaningful way to honor or remember, family, friends, or colleagues. Tribute gifts can also be given in someone’s honor for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries and holidays. Upon receipt of your gift, an acknowledgment of your gesture of sympathy is immediately issued to the designated recipient. And as with all gifts, we will acknowledge the donor with a thank-you letter containing the appropriate tax language as well.

For more information, please contact Nan Dumas at 617.927.6355 or ndumas@fenwayhealth.org.

Planned Giving

You can make a difference and create your own lasting legacy in many ways. One of the simplest ways is to provide a bequest to Fenway in your will. You can name Fenway Health as the direct beneficiary of assets, a portion or percentage of your estate, or what remains of your estate after your other obligations have been met. Charitable bequests reduce the size of your estate and thereby reduce estate taxation. Your financial support and name will continue to be associated with Fenway, providing a legacy of lasting remembrance.

For more information about planned giving, please click here to learn more.

Gifts-In-Kind

Fenway’s Gift-In-Kind Program secures donations of specific materials that meet the needs of Fenway Health. We work with the entire organization to ensure that your gift is used where it’s needed most.

Fenway reserves the right to decline any gift that does not further its goals or involves special maintenance or other conditions Fenway would be unable to satisfy. The donor is responsible for making arrangements to deliver the gift.

If you have something you would like to donate to Fenway, please contact our Development Department at 617.927.6350 or development@fenwayhealth.org to see if we can match your contribution with a current need.

Earn Frequent Flyer Miles for You and Fenway

Through our relationship with American Airlines, you can earn miles for Fenway in addition to your personal frequent flyer miles.

When making reservations, enter our Business ExtrAA number in the Corporate Identification field. This field is at the bottom of the reservations page where passenger details are verified. Or ask your travel agent to enter the BE number when he/she books travel for you on American Airlines.

Our number is 527560.

Shop Online with iGive.com

Shop online and raise as much as 25% of your purchase for Fenway. At iGive.com, a free shopping portal, your shopping raises money for your favorite non-profit. New members generate an additional $5 donation for Fenway when you make your first purchase within 45 days of joining. Click here for more information, a list of stores, or a list of checks sent to causes.

How it Works

  1. Sign up for your free account at http://www.igive.com/
  2. Be sure to designate Fenway as your beneficiary
  3. Shop (you must go through the iGive portal to receive the credit/donation).

United Way

If your company or community participates in a United Way annual community campaign, Fenway’s United Way number is M315688. The letter “M” should appear on the pledge form already. To designate Fenway via the United Way website, Fenway’s code is 1831.

Want To Know More?

Contact Fenway’s Development Department

development@fenwayhealth.org
Phone: 617.927.6350

Send Us Mail

Fenway Health Development Department
Ansin Building
1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215

We Respect Your Right to Privacy

Fenway Health always honors the wishes of donors who choose to remain anonymous. Kindly call us at 617.927.6350 to remove your name from our website and other acknowledgement materials.

About Giving to Fenway

Fenway Health is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. For information about our non-profit status, please contact our Development Department at 617.927.6350. Fenway is listed with Guidestar.org, an organization devoted to connecting philanthropists with up-to-date and accurate information on non-profits.