A Gift of Gratitude
No other charity has such a powerful mission as health care, whose charge is caring for everyone in the community from their first breath to their last. Gifts to the Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Charitable Fund support the most critical needs for health care in our area through specific projects that might not otherwise be implemented because of limited resources. Dollars donated touch thousands of patients and families each year.
The CRMC Charitable Fund supports the major needs of the medical campus by raising funds to help patients, for equipment and technology, to advance patient care, and staff programs and education to promote the health and well-being of its patients and the people in the area it serves. Funds are obtained through individual donations, grants, and community events. Your financial donation has a direct and lasting impact on your family, friends, and neighbors.
Please consider joining this exclusive group and donating to the fund and continuing the tradition of providing excellent health care services. Those who support the Charitable Fund are recognized on CRMC's website and in the annual report. They are also invited to CRMC events to learn more about the latest developments in local health care.
Areas of Giving
The Charitable Fund provides all kinds of ways for people to participate - from one-time donations and payroll deduction plans to sophisticated charitable giving strategies, tools, and tactics. You can choose to make a cash donation or contribute through gifts of stock, endowment funds, or planned giving. All gifts are greatly appreciated and tax-deductible.
- Greatest Need
Directly support vital programs and resources that improve the quality of health care for CRMC patients
- Grateful Hearts: Grateful Patients & Families Program
Donations made in honor of a physician or other provider, nurse, team member, office, or department that
played a special role in your care.
- Brandon's Wallet
Support local Type 1 Diabetes patients and their families
- Courage Cabinet
Provide financial support to help meet basic needs for cancer patients
Provides end-of-life care to hospice patients and fund supplies, medications, and home equipment