Ways to Give
You can make a difference! Whether you're an individual, business, organization or family, your gifts of time and money make a significant difference in the level of care we provide at Sanford Health.
Your philanthropic gifts are directed toward the development, advancement and preservation of a variety of health care programs; and your gift of time provides that special touch that sets Sanford apart.
Accept My Gift
Through planned giving, you can make provisions for Sanford to receive a gift at some time in the future, usually after your death. There are a variety of planned giving options that provide significant tax advantages, both to you and your heirs.
Designating a Gift
When you make a gift to the Sanford Foundation, you have the opportunity to designate your gift to the program of your choice. One hundred percent of your gift goes directly to support that program. For assistance in determining which area you would like to benefit, feel free to call (701) 234-6246 or see a list of funds available.
Memorials & Honorary Gifts
If you'd like to make a memorial or honorary gift, our online form will request the information needed. If you prefer not to use an online form, please include the name of the person(s) the gift is in memory or in honor of and a name and address if there's someone you would like notified of the gift (the amount of the gift will remain confidential).
Share Your Story
When making a gift to the Sanford Foundation, we encourage you to share your story. When you make your donation online, you'll have the opportunity to share your story with other visitors to our site.
Types of Gifts
- Gifts of Cash
Gifts of cash make an immediate impact on programs and services.
- Gifts of Appreciated Assets
Gifts of appreciated assets often offer valuable tax advantages. You may receive a charitable income tax deduction for the full value of the gift. You may also save on capital gains and state taxes.
- Planned Gifts
Through planned giving, you can make provisions for Sanford to receive a gift at some time in the future, usually after your death. There are a variety of planned giving options that provide significant tax advantages, both to you and your heirs