Ways to Give
Day Kimball has been an integral part of the health, caring and community of Northeast Connecticut since 1894, touching the lives of generations through medical care with the personal caring that only a small community hospital and healthcare network can provide. Day Kimball was founded through donations from the community and we are so thankful that that tradition of giving continues in our community today. Be sure to read some of our inspiring DKH Donor Stories below.
Please consider these ways to support Day Kimball Healthcare and the health of our communities:
Planned gifts are usually deferred, meaning they are arranged now and fulfilled later. There are several different types of planned gifts - all are wonderful way to leave a meaningful legacy in support of a cause that's close to your heart.
Gifts of Stock, Securities and Property
Gifts of stocks or other securities such as bonds or mutual fund shares held for more than one year are deductible at full, present fair market value, with no tax on the appreciation. Gifts of tangible property, if we can use it for a purpose related to our exempt function, is also deductible at current fair market value up to 30% of your adjusted gross income, with no tax on the appreciation.
Give Now | Cash Donation
The easiest and most popular way to benefit your favorite charitable organization is through a cash donation. When you itemize deductions on your income tax return, your charitable gift provides an immediate, tax-saving charitable deduction, and your prompt action allows us to meet Day Kimball Healthcare’s most pressing needs.
Sponsor an Event
If you are looking to leverage your company brand in the community, consider sponsoring a Day Kimball Healthcare event. Throughout the year, Day Kimball Healthcare hosts some of the region’s most popular events, which bring the community together while helping to support the continued delivery of high quality healthcare for all, and medical financial assistance to those in need.
Volunteering at Day Kimball Hospital provides the opportunity to help your community hospital and your neighbors, and also to gain work experience in a professional environment.
Thanks for Giving | DKH Donor Stories
November 6, 2015
Marie Lillibridge of Woodstock was married to her husband Robert for 22 years. She worked for Smith Mechanical of Webster as a bookkeeper and was a long-time employee of Rawley Plumbing in...
November 5, 2015
Dr. Seldom Burdon Overlock was a tall, imposing man. He also had a big heart.
The gift he left to Day Kimball upon his death in 1934 is an important legacy, enhancing services provided at our...
May 11, 2015
Members of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) at Killingly Intermediate School presented a $1,500 donation for the Day Kimball Healthcare Deary Memorial Cancer Fund to Gene Michael Deary during...
April 30, 2015
The only Connecticut hospital-based gift shops still run by volunteers
PUTNAM, CONN. – On Tuesday, February 17 the Woman’s Board of Day Kimball Hospital quietly opened its newly renovated and...
April 29, 2015
PODCAST | Listen Now >
This morning two members of the Day Kimball Healthcare leadership team were guests on WINY 1350 AM's The Talk Show with Bob Young to discuss the threats posed to the...
April 6, 2015
Congressman Joe Courtney (D-CT2) visited Day Kimball Hospital today to officially deliver a $50,000 grant awarded to Day Kimball Healthcare (DKH) by the USDA's Community Facilities Grant...
April 2, 2015
Pledge Completed Ahead of Schedule and Project's Anticipated Completion
Citizens National Bank has contributed the final installment of a $250,000 pledge of support for Day Kimball Healthcare’s...
March 30, 2015
On Thursday, March 26, the Woman's Board of Day Kimball Hospital hosted a Guest Bartender Night at 85 Main restaurant in Putnam. The event drew a very healthy crowd and raised more than $3,000...
May 7, 2013
Lifelong Putnam resident Gerald J. Bibeault bequeathed $1.5 million of his estate to Day Kimball Healthcare, Williston Northampton School, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, YMCA of Greater Hartford...
December 6, 2015
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