We are honored that you would like to support the work and mission of Hospice of Southern Illinois. As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on community support to enhance the programs and services we provide to terminally ill patients and their families.
Give back. Get involved. Make a difference to other families facing end-of-life issues. Learn various ways to support Hospice of Southern Illinois with tax deductible donations, personal financial commitments and entertaining events.
Did You Know?
Individuals over 70 ½ years of age can donate to charity directly from an IRA through a qualified distribution.
Can you give money to charity through your IRA?
For individuals 70 ½ years of age or older-the answer is usually yes. What many retirees don’t know is that they can donate all, or a portion of, their required minimum distribution (RMD) directly to charity. It’s called a qualified charitable distribution or QCD. To learn how, please contact your financial or tax adviser for more information.
Donate On-Line, Phone or by Mail
We accept donations over the phone, through the mail, or you can use our online gift form to make a easy, fast, and secure contribution.
Legacy of Giving
By making a planned gift, you can combine your affinity for a charity with your overall financial, tax or estate goals. Leave a legacy that keeps on giving.
Fundraisers and community support allows us to continue to provide the highest quality end-of-life care regardless of a patient or family’s financial situation. Events at Hospice of Southern Illinois are inspiring, fun and reflective. From a formal gala to a Jeep run, we have a variety of events to appeal to most everyone.
Other Ways to Give
Many employers encourage charitable giving and offer matching gifts to qualifying charitable organizations. Some programs will match contributions dollar for dollar with some programs providing support for volunteer hours as well. To determine your company’s policy on matching gifts and volunteer services please contact your human resource department.