We’re as good as we are today because friends like you supported us yesterday.

Giving Options: Programs and Services

Recurring Gift: Our Hearth Keepers are those friends who make a contribution to Episcopal Homes Foundation on a monthly basis. This can be done online with a credit card or through your bank account with a simple call to Shelly (651) -632-8855. These gifts can be changed or terminated by you at any time. 

Annual Gift: We greatly appreciate being included in your philanthropic giving. You can contribute online or mail us a check.

Memorials and Honorariums: You can remember a loved one or friend or honor a significant person or special occasion.

Stocks or Securities: We can easily accept a stock transfer. Donating appreciated assets could have additional tax saving benefits for you.

Endowments: Gifts to an endowment fund will generate investment interest to continue supporting those who call us home forever. 

Planned Gifts: Planned gifts become part of our permanent endowment fund and provide forever funding through a prudent annual draw from the interest income. This is possible in a variety of ways. Click here to learn more about Planned Giving.

 

Give To The Max – Our Stories, Our People, Our Farm Project

Passionate about Episcopal Homes of Minnesota? Learn about our 2016 permaculture project, The Farm. We are trying to replace a tired landscape with a series of garden that reflect the need and aspirations of all who live and work here. Click on the link above to learn how to contribute to, The Farm Raising Project. 

 

Your generosity helps us provide our residents with more meaningful choices in their lives. The Sage Singers were made possible, thanks to friends like you, we were able to hire a professional choral director from MacPhail.

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Memorial Gifts

Planned Giving

Program Support

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651-632-8855

Tax Deductible: All Gifts are made to the Episcopal Homes Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) organization, are tax deductible for computing income and estate taxes as the law allows.