Planned giving lets you help shape North Shore Medical Center's future while achieving your own personal, financial, and estate planning goals. Your planned gift of any size will help ensure our ability to provide comprehensive, accessible, high-quality health care and service to our communities. There are many ways to make a planned gift. Explore the information below to learn more about your options. Then, let us work with you and your advisors on a plan that's right for you.
Irene Willey had a gift for selfless gestures. Whether it was a supportive word for one of the dozens of nurses she supervised in her four decades at Salem Hospital, a handmade doll for a friend’s daughter or a home-cooked meal for a new neighbor, Willey’s gentle touch made others feel cared for. Judy Quinlivan worked for Willey in the late 1960s. “Irene loved being a nurse", she recalls. "She knew firsthand what North Shore Medical Center means to our community.” Read more
Estate gifts can be made through a will or a trust, and both vehicles enable assets to be distributed to NSMC.
Charitable Lead Trusts
Pass appreciated assets to your heirs without significant estate taxes by allowing NSMC to receive income from these assets for a specified time period.
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Name NSMC the beneficiary of a trust that will provide a set percentage of annual income for you during your lifetime.
Receive fixed annual payments from NSMC for gifts of cash, securities, real estate, or personal property.
Name NSMC as a beneficiary of your whole life insurance policy.