Ways You Can Make a Difference:
Gift of the Heart:
A Gift of the Heart to the OGHS Foundation is a meaningful way to say that you care. Through a Gift of the Heart, you can pay special tribute to a loving family member or friend. By commemorating a special event, celebrating a recovery, or remembering a loved one, you honor that special person through giving to community health. Gifts in honor or memory of someone special help Opelousas General Health System enhance healthcare facilities, equipment and services to our community.
The Annual Gifts Club recognizes those who make an annual gift. These gifts generally range from $100 to $1,000 per year. By supporting Opelousas General Health System with a yearly gift, you can consistently help to improve the quality of services and facilities.
Business and Industry Gifts:
The Business and Industry Honor Roll consists of donors from the business and industry sector. These sponsorship gifts generally range from $2,500 to $50,000 or more. With an interest in employee health and services, businesses are contributing to the improved health of the entire community.
Many individuals and families are choosing to remember Opelousas General Health System through planned gifts by joining this club. Gifts often include bequests, annuities, property, stock, securities, and trusts.
Individuals giving $10,000 to $99,999 provide an important means of advancing key programs and services.
This is the highest level of giving and is priceless in terms of what it means to the Health System. For gifts of $100,000 or more, naming opportunities are available to recognize one’s generosity.
SPICE is Opelousas General Health System’s employee gifts giving program created by a committee of approximately 25 employees working together to promote, encourage, and coordinate employee giving to the OGHS Foundation. SPICE stands for Special People In a Caring Environment. The members of SPICE pledged more than $185,000 in the 2006 employee campaign. The employees are doing their part to help ensure the future of our community health system.