Bluestem Regional Medical Development Foundation
The Bluestem Regional Medical Development Foundation supports the mission of Jane Phillips Medical Center. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) entity whose mission is to foster financial support for JPMC and its affiliated organizations.
If you are interested in making a tax-deductible charitable contribution to the Bluestem Medical Foundation, please consult your trust officer, attorney, accountant, or financial advisor.
For more information, contact the Bluestem Foundation office at 918-331-1431 or email Mike Wilt, Executive Director.
Planning Your Year-End Gifts
It is the mission of Jane Phillips Medical Center to provide healthcare and related ministries for the people we serve, especially the sick, the poor, and the powerless. We are guided by our core values as we provide compassionate care to all of our patients. We ask God to provide us wisdom so that we exercise responsible stewardship in the use of our resources.
An additional component of our mission calls for us to successfully address unmet needs in our community and to anticipate the ever increasing demands for care.
As you contemplate your charitable giving plans for the remainder of 2017, consider the value in supporting your local hospital.
In doing so, your spirit of generosity and compassion will be multiplied many times as you help us provide medical care and services to each person who enters our doors.
Mike Moore, President/Chief Operating Officer
How To Help
Simply Write a Check.
There's no easier way to gain a charitable deduction and to support JPMC at the same time. Your gift is fully deductible on your federal return up to 50 percent of your adjusted gross income. Gifts exceeding this threshold may be carried forward for tax purposes for up to five years.
Gifts of Stock
You can receive a tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift. Plus, you will avoid paying capital gains tax on any increase in the value of the stock that may have occurred during its ownership.
Gifts of Real Estate
An outright sale of a home, a commercial property or a farm would result in a capital gains tax, assuming the value has increased during ownership. A property gift to Bluestem Foundation could help you avoid capital gains taxes and to receive a charitable deduction for the full market value of the property.
Gifts Producing Life Income
You transfer the assets now in an irrevocable arrangement—yet, you continue to receive income from the gift, such as cash, securities, or other property. Such a gift may allow you to receive a significant deduction for a charitable contribution. It may also allow you to increase your income stream from the asset; and, in the case of stock or property, you may avoid capital gains tax on the appreciated value. Each individual's situation is unique, so consultation with your professional advisor is essential.
(This information is presented with the intent of providing accurate and authoritative material of general character only. Neither Jane Phillips Medical Center nor Bluestem Regional Medical Development Foundation is engaged in offering legal or tax advice. We would be pleased to provide you, your attorney, your trust officer, your accountant, or your financial advisor with additional information and assistance. Information in this publication is general in nature. We encourage you to contact your own professional financial advisor to learn how this general information may relate to your unique financial situation. All gifts may be subject to limits and restrictions. Each individual's situation is unique, so consultation with your professional advisor is essential.)
For more information, contact Mike Wilt, Executive Director, at 918-331-1431 or email at email@example.com.
Bluestem Foundation Board Members
- Betty Dalrymple, Chairman
- Kenneth G. Adams, Vice Chairman
- Julie Daniels, Secretary
- Bruce Brookby, MD, Treasurer
- Kenneth G. Adams
- Charlie Bowerman
- Bruce Brookby, MD
- Betty Dalrymple
- Susan Dick
- Donald D. Doty
- Frederick Drummond
- JoAnn Gallery
- Tom Gorman
- Lee Holcombe
- Charles H. Johnson, DDS
- David King
- J. V. LeBlanc, MD
- Mike May
- Mark Myers, MD
- David Oakley, Jr.