There are several ways that your gift can benefit the residents of St. Paul’s. It’s completely up to you. Below are several ways you can direct your gift to help the residents of St. Paul’s. Check out our 2016 Annual Report of Giving to see the past generosity of donors at work.
For additional information, please contact Diane O'Brien, Vice President of Charitable Giving, at 724-588-7610 ext. 1237.
St. Paul’s is in the midst of raising funds to construct porticos outside the main entrances of The Villas, The Ridgewood and The Heritage. Upon completion, visitors and staff will be able to drive up to the entrance under shelter to pick up or drop off residents. With the number of rainy/snowy days in Greenville, this will be a very welcome addition. Construction will start in the spring of 2018.
Residents are never asked to leave St. Paul’s for financial reasons. The Good Samaritan Fund assists residents who have exhausted their financial resources and are unable to afford the full cost of their care.
The Keeping the Promise Fund was established in 2012 as a long term investment fund to help offset the cost of benevolent and unfunded care. While the Good Samaritan Fund also provides dollars annually to help support benevolent and unfunded care, the Keeping the Promise Fund is for future needs.
Making a tribute gift in someone’s honor can commemorate a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion. Tribute gifts are often given in memory of a loved one as a way to express sympathy to the family or to honor their memory. Family members also sometimes choose to make a tribute gift to honor a favorite employee. This is a wonderful way to thank and recognize them for exceptional care.
When tribute gifts are made to St. Paul’s, a card is sent to the honoree or, in the case of a memoriam, to a loved one to let them know about the gift.
Each year, we work to keep the magic of Christmas alive for our residents by giving each one a special gift to unwrap. For some residents without family, it may be the only gift they receive at Christmas. Any additional funds raised will go to buy items on the Resident Christmas Wish List
The Eden Alternative is a philosophy of care that focuses on creating a habitat where life revolves around close relationships and meaningful activities. Gifts to the Eden Alternative go toward helping alleviate loneliness, helplessness and boredom and promoting independence, growth and living a meaningful life.