Monthly Giving

Many people enjoy the convenience of our monthly giving program. We can take all the “work” out of donating by running a monthly charge on your Credit Card or monthly bank withdrawals through your bank. You can set the amount that is right for you and your budget.

It’s Easy. It makes a lasting difference. It shows you are part of the growing community effort to keep health care in our hospital and community strong.

Making a monthly gift is the best way to support local health care. It provides our community with a steady, reliable source of income, and is an easy way for you to make a significant contribution all year long. At the beginning of the following year, we’ll provide you with a tax receipt for your total contribution.

Knowing what we will receive monthly enables us to provide continuous funds for future expansion of hospital services, staff education and a guarantee for the quality of care that you have come to expect.

Everyday, in a moment, we make decisions to spend our money in varying ways.

The decision to spend equal amounts of money to help someone change their life is just as easy! Please make that decision today by clicking on our “Monthly Giving Circle”.

THANK YOU, VERY MUCH!!

You can also donate to Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation

through Canadahelps.org, please click here

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