Penn Highlands At Home

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Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home

At Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home, our professional team brings expert and compassionate care to your home. We care for patients of all ages needing all levels of care, including skilled nursing, rehabilitation therapy, palliative care, hospice care, and personal care. We help you regain your health, maintain your independence and enjoy your best life.

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Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home

Ways to Give

Many people choose to make a gift to the Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home in memory of a deceased individual, in honor of someone special or as a meaningful gift to commemorate a special occasion. Donations may be mailed to our office or you may use the convenient online link below. We will send an acknowledgment of your donation to the person(s) listed on your form. Thank you for your generous support.

By Mail:
Click here for our printable donation form.

Please mail to:
Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home
757 Johnsonburg Road
Suite 200
St. Marys, PA 15857

Online:
Click here to make a secure donation online.

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Fundraising

Special fundraising activities help to support Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home programs and services. We welcome and appreciate your participation in these special events. They include:

  • The Chili Bowl in Clearfield: Come to taste or bring your best chili to this annual event.
  • The Tree of Doves Campaign is held during the Christmas season: Remember or honor someone special with a dove ornament.
  • The Butterfly Release include a celebration of life service, inspirational readings, music and the reading of loved ones' names. It is a beautiful, meaningful event enjoyed by many communities' residents.
Learn more about our Chili Bowl

Chili Bowl

This event has been canceled for 2021.

The Chili Bowl in Clearfield is held at the Expo II Building at the Clearfield Driving Park/Clearfield Fairgrounds. Come to taste or bring your best chili to this annual event. Categories include restaurants, churches, physicians and emergency responders, and all others. If you can't cook, sponsor a table and its chef. There are theme basket raffles and door prizes. All of this benefits hospice for the Clearfield area patients who may not have funds to cover costs for items outside of their insurance coverage. This year's theme is "Celebrating Country Music".

Learn more about Tree of Doves

Tree of Doves

The Tree of Doves 2021 Campaign is held during the Christmas season: Remember or honor someone special with a dove ornament.

Donors will receive a dove to hang on your family's tree, to be displayed throughout the giving season in remembrance of the time you shared with them. Personal stories are so powerful, share them with each other and let their spirits shine.

The doves are color coded with white for memorial and red in honor of someone. Donors may ask for the American flag to be placed on the dove of a veteran or first responder.

For more information, call MaryLou Wehler at 814-788-8002.

Learn more about our Butterfly Release for Hospice

2022 Butterfly Release for Hospice

Friday, July 29, 2022
6:00 PM
Serenity Garden
Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home
757 Johnsonburg Road
St. Marys, PA

Saturday, July 30, 2022
11:00 AM
First United Presbyterian Church
43 West Scribner Avenue Dubois, PA

Sunday, July 31, 2022
2:00 PM
Clearfield Fairgrounds & Park
5615 Park Street
Clearfield, PA

Hundreds of butterflies will be released at this event, to benefit the Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home Hospice program. The butterflies are sponsored to honor and remember loved ones. When released, some butterflies flutter away immediately, while many others delight the crowd by staying to rest on hands, shoulders and nearby flowers and bushes. The event will also include inspirational readings and the reading of names. Individuals who are able to attend will have the option to release their own butterfly during the group release at each event. It is not necessary to sponsor a butterfly to attend this special event. All are encouraged to gather and join the celebration of remembrance.

Butterflies are available for purchase for $15 each. Please print the order form, and mail it, along with a check payable to: Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home, Attn: Mary Lou, 757 Johnsonburg Road, Suite 200, St. Marys, PA 15857-3497

Planned Giving

As you consider your financial and philanthropic priorities - income, investments, retirement and what you leave behind - you have a number of choices to help you reach your goals.

When you plan a gift to Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home as part of your overall estate and financial plans, you help ensure that we'll be here to carry out our mission for years to come.

Why include Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home in your planned giving?

  • Because you care about Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home and the good they do in your community
  • Because your family and friends have benefited from Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home services
  • Because you want to do something special
  • Because you want to use planned giving as an income or estate planning strategy

We have planned giving options that help you tailor your gift of cash or other assets to suit your circumstances so you can make a much greater gift than you ever thought possible. Some of our options will even provide you with guaranteed income.

Types of Planned Gifts

  • Bequest - A provision in a will or estate plan that allocates all or part of an individual's estate to a designated charity
  • Charitable Remainder Trust - A form of trust that specifies a payment of funds to one or more individuals for a specific time period. The "remaining" balance of the trust goes to a charity of choice. The person who sets up the trust, known as the donor, gets a tax deduction and an income payment annually or semi-annually, and the charity receives the balance after a specified number of years.
  • Charitable Lead Trust - Similar to a charitable remainder trust, but the principal reverts to the donor or his/her designated heirs at the end of the trust term. If the principal reverts to the donor, he or she gets a charitable income tax deduction; if an heir, that person gets a charitable gift tax deduction.
  • Charitable Gift Annuity - An irrevocable transfer of property (e.g. securities) in exchange for a contract to pay the donor an annuity for life. Because the value of the property exceeds the value of the annuity, it is partially a gift to the institution.
  • Life Insurance - An arrangement in which a donor gives a life insurance policy to the charity. The cash value of that gift is tax deductible, as are any future premiums the donor may opt to pay on that policy. Note that only life insurance policies that are paid in full qualify as planned gifts.
  • Life Estate - An arrangement in which a donor gives his/her home to the nonprofit while retaining the right to live there for the remainder of his/her life. The donor receives an immediate income tax deduction. The charity may sell the property upon the donor's death.
  • Pooled Income Fund - An arrangement, similar to a mutual fund, in which a donor contributes to a fund and receives a share of the proceeds based on the percentage of his contribution. Donors pay no capital gains on the transfer of appreciated property. When the donor dies, his shares transfer to the charity.

Please contact your financial advisor or attorney to learn more about how planned giving can benefit you, your family and the charities you care about.

Your Planned Gift for Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home

You can make a difference for many years to come when you make a planned gift to Penn Highlands Healthcare at Home, a home care agency that has provided needed health care services to area residents for many years. Help us build the foundation to sustain our services into the future.

Please contact our Penn Highlands Healthcare Fund Development Office at 814-375-6109 to find out how you can make a planned or legacy gift.