Good Samaritan Project is grateful to all of our corporate sponsors for their generous support. Let us recognize your company’s commitment to equity in health care. For more information on becoming a corporate sponsor of GSP, please contact CEO, Caroline Huffman at 816 561.8784 or email@example.com.
Many workplaces offer the opportunity to make a donation to GSP through the United Way Campaign. If you have questions or would like a GSP representative to contact your human resources office to schedule a GSP informational session for you and your co-workers, please contact CEO, Caroline Huffman at 816.561.8784 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matching gift programs are a great way to get your employer involved with the work we do. Many companies will match your contribution dollar for dollar and some will double or even triple a donation’s value.
Your company’s HR department has all the details, and they will provide a form for you to fill out. Include a copy of your gift receipt and send it to us at this address:
Good Samaritan Project
Attn: Gay Poteet
3030 Walnut St.
Kansas City, MO 64108
If you have questions, please email: email@example.com.
And remember, you can use your company’s program to match contributions made not only to general support or specific APLA Health programs (like the Vance North Necessities of Life Program, for example) but also to fundraising events such as AIDS Walk.
Planned Giving is an excellent way to establish a legacy, receive maximum tax benefits, and help thousands of individuals who need access to quality health care as well as those living with HIV/AIDS.
Many of our supporters make charitable gifts by naming Good Samaritan Project as a beneficiary in their wills. A bequest is a written statement in your will that specific assets, or a percentage of the estate, will be transferred to Good Samaritan Project. A bequest allows you to establish a legacy and does not require you to part with assets during your lifetime.
Life Insurance Gift
You can choose to name us as a beneficiary to receive all or a portion of your life insurance policy proceeds at death. You are entitled to a charitable tax deduction equal to the cash surrender value of the property and any future premiums paid if Good Samaritan Project is named as the owner and beneficiary of the policy.