Contributions like yours goes to improve the healthcare services available in our community. Without gifts from the community, Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center would not be able to do all it is called upon to do.
Your gift will be deposited into our endowment fund for permanent investment. Earnings from our endowment fund are used to improve the quality of our residents' lives.
WAYS TO GIVE
Gift of Cash
The easiest way to make a gift -- simply write a check to: Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center, W4266 State Hwy 29, Owen, WI 54460
Memorials are a special way to honor the memory of a loved one. Our Memorial Park offers many options in various dollar amounts.
This is a special way of saying thank you to someone who has made a positive impact on your life. Often donors choose to honor their doctor, nurse, therapist, spiritual caregiver, technician or any other member of the Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center family. You may express your gratitude by sharing a gift in their name. They will be proud that you honored them in this special way.
These gift arrangements are a way to reflect your values, leaving a legacy of giving, as well as offering the opportunity to make a significant impact on patient care. In addition, they often have considerable tax advantages for the donor and/or family members. Planned gifts include wills, trusts, life insurance, endowments, appreciated securities, and retirement assets. When making a planned gift to Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center, please consult with your attorney or other appropriate advisers, as well as our staff. If you do not have a financial consultant, we can put you in touch with someone who would be happy to answer your estate questions.
The following language can be included in one's will, trust, or codicil:
I give _______ percent and/or $__________________ of my estate to Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center, W4266 State Highway 29, Owen,Wisconsin 54460, to provide funding for the program(s) in need determined by the Administration and Board of Directors of Clark County Rehabilitation & Living Center.