The Glenelg Community Hospital Foundation is a charitable organisation established in 2015 to support the Glenelg Community Hospital, a not-for-profit community hospital that receives no government funding.
The Foundation seeks donations, bequests and sponsorship from individuals, businesses, corporations and philanthropic groups.
All funds raised are used for the acquisition of surgical, medical and ancillary equipment to enhance the services and care offered to our patients. Funds can also be used for refurbishment / rebuilding of the hospital to meet the changing expectations of our medical specialists, staff and patients.
The Foundation is endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient, making all donations fully tax deductible.
The hospital’s major project is the upgrade of the CSSD Department. This is a very expensive process costing many thousands of dollars, but will ensure the CSSD Department meets the new standards that are being introduced over the next 5 years.
Donations can be made on the website or directly to the hospital and are fully tax deductible. A receipt is issued for all transactions. When completing your details, include the reference MBR2017, in the comments box. Alternately you can make a donation in person at the hospital's reception desk. All donations are tax deductible.
Donations can also be made via direct debit:
Account Number: 573000140
Account Name: Glenelg Community Hospital Inc.
Please reference: donate with your surname e.g. DonateSmith
If a receipt is required for Direct Debits please contact Glenelg Community Hospital Inc. with the details - name, date and amount donated by Ph: 8294 5555 or Email: email@example.com
A bequest to the Foundation, a gift from your estate through your Will, is a very valuable way to assist the Foundation’s work.
The Glenelg Community Hospital values the trust of every bequest, by using them to enhance the value of the hospital in the community and benefit generations to come.
A person making a bequest may not wish to advise the hospital of their planned gift as it may not be realised until well into the future. However, we would sincerely appreciate the opportunity to thank the donor now for their intended generosity. On occasion, it may be appropriate to discuss the best way to use the intended gift and how best to acknowledge it when it is received.
A bequest may take a number of forms. It may be a gift of a specific sum of money, a percentage of the estate, or a gift of property such as real estate or artworks.
While you may draft a Will yourself, it is strongly recommended that you seek advice about the appropriate procedures from your Solicitor, Tax Adviser or a Trustee Company.
On occasion, family members may choose to ask relatives and friends to make a donation to the hospital in memory of their loved one. Such donations can be used for the Foundation’s current project or a project nominated by the family.
For more information on In Memorium donations contact the Foundation on 8294 5555.