Giving

Giving to Broadmead

All gifts, large and small, are welcome and very much appreciated. Your gifts help Broadmead further the mission to support a dynamic community of residents and provide exceptional health services. All gifts make a difference and assist us in providing a superior campus for our current and future residents. We strive to create opportunities for giving from the heart - matching a donor’s desire with a campus or resident need.

Each and every gift manifests our Spirit of Generosity and makes a difference.
Broadmead is a Continuing Care Retirement Community conceived, founded and operated in the spirit of the Religious Society of Friends through which all individuals are treated with dignity and appreciation for individual differences.
Broadmead is a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit Organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

For More Information Contact:

Laura Weinman
Advancement Department
Phone : 443-578-8044
Fax : 443-578-8194
lweinman@broadmead.org

Broadmead Funds

Special Purpose Funds

Special Purpose Funds are created to meet specific needs of the corporation or its residents. Funds of this nature can be created by the corporation or the donor.

THE BRUCK FUND FOR SPECIAL NEEDS was established by a caring resident to enhance and improve the lives of residents on the healthcare floor of Broadmead, whether their stay be permanent or temporary. The income from the fund is to be used to provide for needs of healthcare residents beyond those covered by Broadmead. This fund will be used at the discretion of the Bruck Council (Medical Director, Director of Social Work, Director of Nursing and Chair of Resident Health Care Committee).

THE HOLLY HOUSE FUND was established in 1995 to support the maintenance and enhancement of this historic site which has become such an important part of community life at Broadmead. It is hoped that the interest income from this fund may in time be able to meet fully the needs of the house. The use of this fund is at the direction of the Board of Trustees.

THE STAFF ASSISTANCE FUND ENDOWMENT (SAFE) meets staff emergency needs for food, shelter, transportation, funeral expenses, uncovered medical costs, utility bills and to help in times with unforeseen disasters.

THE PRIVATE COMPANION FUND was established to provide companions to residents who need to go to the hospital on an emergency basis.

THE JOHN A. BOYNTON SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE FUND was established to provide scholarships for full-time Broadmead employees and/or their immediate families – spouse or child.

THE COMPTON FUND FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION was established by the Broadmead Board of Trustees on June 30, 2013 in honor of Richard F. Compton, leader of Broadmead from 1986 to 2013. This fund will provide support for the enrichment of training, growth and professional development opportunities for all Broadmead staff in order to enhance direct services to Broadmead residents.

THE DONNIE BAY NURSING EDUCATION FUND was established to provide scholarships to full-time Broadmead employees who are pursuing a career in nursing.

THE WALKING TRAILS FUND was established in 2009 for the development and maintenance of the walking trails used by Broadmead residents.

THE ANN MICHENER MEMORIAL DIVERSITY LECTURE FUND was established in 2009 to provide for an annual lecture promoting diversity.

GUYTON FUND FOR PLANTS and TREES was established in 2011 to provide for the purchase of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and aquatic plants to enhance the beauty and appeal of the Broadmead campus.

Resident Assistance Funds

Contributions to these funds help meet the needs of applicants and residents of the Broadmead Community who are unable to manage financially on their own. We presently have five funds in this category.

THE BROADMEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSISTANCE FUND (BRAF) was established in 1981 by the Broadmead Board of Trustees and the Broadmead Residents Association to assist residents who, for reasons beyond their control, may be unable to meet the financial requirements of the community. This fund is supervised by the BRAF Council and the Board of Trustees.

THE TAYLOR FUND: The assets from the former TaylorHome, the Friends predecessor of Broadmead, established this fund. Today the fund is used to assist applicants to Broadmead who may need help in meeting the entry requirement as well as for the financial assistance of residents.

THE HALLOWELL FUND, established in 1976, consists of restricted gifts to Broadmead for use by members of the Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends who are not members of the Stony Run Meeting or Homewood Meeting.

THE HOMEWOOD FRIENDS MEETING FUND, established in 1976, consists of gifts to Broadmead for use by members of Homewood Friends Meeting in reaching Broadmead’s entrance or monthly fee requirements.

THE PRIVATE DUTY NURSING FUND, a fund of restricted gifts to Broadmead, was established in 1982. It pays the cost of special nursing care which is beyond the means of a resident.

The Taylor Fund, The Hallowell Fund, The Homewood Friends Meeting Fund and The Private Duty Nursing Fund are administered by the Board of Trustees.

General Fund

Contributions to this fund are given to meet the broad needs of the corporation and the Broadmead community. They can help with immediate concerns as well as protect us from the uncertainties of tomorrow. THE BROADMEAD FUND was established in 1982 and includes gifts to the Broadmead Community. This fund may be used for any purpose on the Broadmead campus at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.

For More Information Contact:

Laura Weinman
Advancement Department
Phone : 443-578-8044
Fax : 443-578-8194
lweinman@broadmead.org 

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