Your charitable donation to Transitions LifeCare can have a significant impact on the scope and quality of end-of-life care provided in Wake and surrounding counties. There are many ways to donate – from monetary donations to gifts of helpful items to maintaining green space on our campus. Click here to read our newsletters and see how your donations make a difference.
We are a qualified 501(c)(3) charitable organization; donations are fully tax-deductible as allowable by law. Our Tax ID number is 56-1228779.
Ways to Donate
Click here to donate through our secure online donation form.
Call us at 919.828.0890 and make a credit card gift.
Print and fill out a donation form to mail in with your check or credit card information.
Mail to: Transitions LifeCare | 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC 27607
Visit us at our Raleigh campus (250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC 27607).
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Include our full name, address, and website.
Transitions LifeCare, Philanthropy Dept. | 250 Hospice Circle | Raleigh, NC 27607
Check with your employer to see if they’ll match your philanthropic gifts.
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Designated & Special Gifts
Indigent Care Program
This program allows Transitions LifeCare to extend all of our services to patients not eligible for Medicare/Medicaid, not covered by private insurance, and without other means of paying for services. This program also helps patients and families with emergency needs, such as assistance with paying rent or a utility bill.
Make a gift today and designate it to the Indigent Care Program.
This program supports Transitions GriefCare, which offers individual counseling and support groups for those who have experienced the death of a loved one and helps us serve grieving families, adults, and children. Grief counseling is offered at no cost to families served by Transitions LifeCare as well as any member of the community.
Make a gift today and designate it to the Grief Center Fund.
The Endowment Fund provides an important measure of financial stability for Transitions LifeCare by creating a predictable and steady source of income for generations to come. This income stream can be used to underwrite the cost of current programs, as well as respond to future needs arising from growth in demand for hospice care and expansion of our service area.
Make a gift today and designate it to the Endowment Fund.
Transitions Kids offers various levels of care designed solely around the unique needs of children facing life-limiting illness. The goal is to provide home-based supportive care services for the child and family that are focused on enhancing quality of life by reducing physical and emotional pain and distress.
Make a gift today and designate it to the Transitions Kids Fund.
Buy a Brick
Our Raleigh campus includes two special walkways for those who want to honor their loved ones with an engraved brick. The Veterans Garden honors veterans from all military branches. The Colonnade and Memory Garden near our sanctuary includes a winding walkway featuring a fountain.
Due to supply chain issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, brick installations will be delayed from their usual May and November installation dates. We hope this will be resolved as soon as possible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Other Types of Donations
In addition to monetary gifts and brick purchases, we accept many other types of donations. Some examples include:
- Gifts of stock or appreciated securities.
- Planned or deferred gifts, like a bequest or including us in your will.
- Benefit events. You can either attend an event that benefits us or host an event and designate Transitions LifeCare to receive proceeds. Hosting an event requires completion of this form and approval by the Director of Philanthropy.
- Gifts of food or individually-sized and packaged personal care items.
For more information on types of donations, please contact us.
While we appreciate your thoughtfulness in wanting to donate items such as medical equipment (power scooters, walkers, hospital beds, etc.), clothes, pets, patient care supplies (left over tube feedings, incontinence supplies, etc.), or bedding, we are not able to accept such. Please contact a resource center in your area about these types of donations.