Hilltop Heritage Foundation
A Partnership for Caring
A gift of cash - Planned contributions may be made payable over a period of years, participate in an annual giving program
A gift by bequest - You may make provisions for a specific gift in your will; it's as easy as contacting your attorney
A gift of annuity - Gift annuities are created by a simple contract between the donor and the Foundation. The donor is entitled to a tax deduction in the year the annuity is established
Memorials or commemorative gifts - Gifts in memory of loved ones, or in appreciation of a special person or deed that has touched our lives can be designated to the Foundation. It can be a creative way of saying "thank you"
Gifts of life insurance - Perhaps you no longer need a life insurance policy - you or your family can donate all or part of the face value of the instrument to the Foundation
Gifts of assets - Appreciated assets such as securities or real-estate qualify for a charitable deduction of the full fair market value today
Other gifts - Another way some friends five is a gift 'in kind' or through employee matching gift programs
Gifts of all sizes are welcome and have a real and immediate significance in meeting current and future needs. All gifts are tax deductible.
Heritage Foundation Board
Thank you to our 2018 Hill Top Foundation Board: Front row: Nancy Bogers, Loree Fettig, Rodney Wolf, Bonnie Woodworth, Pam Kukla
Back row: Sarah Wallace, Janene Knudsvig, Dan Aichele, Cindy Hanson, Cindy Agre, President, Sheila Murphy, Kevin Candrian and Bob Dolezal. (
Not pictured: Lois Bang, Shari Barnes, Cheryl Dolezal and Barb Boltz.)