Pray for us.
Host a Fundraiser at Home
Gather a group of friends and share your passion for Our Hospice House. We will help you organize an event hosted by you at your home, and we will attend the event to share information and answer questions. The kind of event is up to you—brunch, afternoon tea, cocktail hour, buffet supper, ice cream social. Whatever inspires you, we’ll be there!
Donate your Time or Talents
God has given each of us Time, Talents and Treasures. If you would rather give your time and talents, we have lots to do. We are running a Resale Shop and we have plans to start four more. We have building maintenance as well as full blown construction projects, gardening, promtion banquets as well as social media and web design just to name a few. A great bonding opportunity is to bring a friend and volunteer together.
A philanthropic version of an investment account, Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) are one of the most tax-advantageous and easiest ways to give. If you have a DAF, such as Fidelity Charitable, Schwab Charitable, BNY Mellon, or any other of the numerous DAFs available, please consider giving to The Lord’s Work, our non-profit 501c3.
Gifts of Stock
A gift of stock to Our Hospice House will help you avoid capital gains tax while helping to provide a community home for living and dying with around-the-clock compassionate comfort care.
How will you be remembered? Your commitment to improving the end-of-life experience for Central Texas residents for generations to come can be part of your lasting legacy. Leaving a gift to Our Hospice House—via a bequest, trust, or charitable gift annuity—reflects your belief that all of us have the right to die with dignity, and comfort while being surrounded by love.
If you are 70 or older, a direct transfer of funds from your IRA account can be a great way to give to the Our Hospice House and does not create taxable income or require a charitable tax deduction. If you are 72 or older, the transfer of funds can count towards your annual Required Minimum Distribution.
Many companies offer a Matching Gift Program to encourage philanthropic giving and double the impact of your gift. Contact your employer’s HR department to see if this is an option for you. Gifts from retirees and spouses may also qualify. Private employers and federal, state, and local government all offer payroll deduction opportunities for giving. Check with your employer’s HR department for more information about this easy way to give.
Contact Jeff Bates or Daryl Riegel to discuss these options.