Giving

Giving to Hallmark Health

You Can Make the Difference!

Whether you donate pennies, dollars or thousands of dollars,  every contribution to Hallmark Health System counts and makes a difference to local residents in need of medical care.  Philanthropic support enhances the health and safety of our patients, their families, and those who live in the communities served by Hallmark Health.   We need and welcome your philanthropic assistance  to maintain and advance outstanding medical care, promote medical education for our employees, and further our mission to provide the highest quality health care to communities in Boston’s northern suburbs.We encourage you to find areas within Hallmark Health System that match your interests, philanthropic  and personal goals, and to contribute to the important work of our system.

Join Us!

Every gift matters. Please contact Denise Flynn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (781) 338-7623 if you’d like to give or simply to speak with her about ways of giving to support the vital work of Hallmark Health System.

Why your gift is so important

Our commitment to the communities we serve is a mission that is supported by donors who understand the vital role that Hallmark Health plays in the delivery of health care services to seniors, children and all family members. Today, contributions of individuals - grateful patients, patients' families, and other friends - have never been more important to our ability to provide all patients with the finest care possible.

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There are many giving programs to choose from, including some which return a stream of income to the donor and/or a loved one for life. Donors can choose to make a gift to a designated hospital, department or program, or make an unrestricted gift that will be used where most needed. Gifts of any size and to any program at Hallmark Health are always deeply appreciated and will make a meaningful difference to Hallmark Health's mission.

 

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