Ways to Give

Your gift will provide immeasurable benefits to the thousands of patients that we care for each year at GBMC. Some of the many ways to give are cash, pledges, appreciated assets and planned gifts.  Each method is described below. We know you have many options when considering how to support organizations in your community. Thank you for considering a gift to support GBMC's mission.

To make your tax deductible contribution, you may call (443) 849-2773 during normal business hours or consider these options:

Donations by Cash or Check

If you would like to send a donation, please mail to:

The GBMC Foundation
6701 North Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21204

Online Donations
Complete the giving form using a credit card on our secure site.

Planned Giving
To learn more about how to leave your legacy at GBMC, click here or contact the Philanthropy department at 443-849-2773.

Make Your Pledge
Many donors are willing to pledge or commit to a gift that they may not be able to pay at one time. GBMC gratefully accepts a written intent or pledge to give for multiple years. The intent to give should be for a specified amount, which will be paid within five years from the date the intent to give is signed. The intent to give should also specify the schedule of when and how payments will be made.

Appreciated Assets
An often-attractive alternative to a cash gift is a gift of appreciated property. With proper planning, gifts of certain types of property can provide greater tax benefits to the donor than a gift of cash.  The most favorable treatment is for assets that have been owned for at least one year. The donor of such property may deduct the full market value of the asset as of the date it is legally transferred to GBMC Foundation.  Conversely, the donor does not have to recognize the capital gain in the property for tax purposes.

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