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Support Health and Wellness in Guilford County

As a not-for-profit healthcare provider, we rely on the communities we serve to help us expand our capacity to serve. In order to sustain our ability to provide exceptional, compassionate care for all, we must build upon our philanthropic legacy.

The Office of Institutional Advancement spearheads our efforts to invite philanthropy and community engagement to help improve the health and lives of those in Guilford County. Your gift not only helps us to continue our community-minded mission, but it also demonstrates your commitment to making sure everyone in our community receives the best healthcare possible.

All gifts, regardless of size are valued and make a difference. Your gifts are needed throughout our hospitals, specialty centers, clinics and outreach programs to ensure each patient has exceptional care. Choose where YOU want to make a difference!

How To Give

Online

Donate online via a credit card. Cone Health accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover. You may also call in your credit card information to 336-832-9452 during business hours (8:30 am –5:00 pm Eastern). American Express is accepted online but cannot be used for a phone donation.

Mail

Please complete this gift form [PDF] to include with your check or money order and mail to:

Gift Processing
Office of Institutional Advancement
Cone Health
1200 North Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401

Electronic Bank Draft

Please complete this authorization form and mail to Institutional Advancement or email.

Matching Gifts

Many companies have programs to match employee’s charitable gifts. These programs often double or triple the impact of your gift. Check with your company’s human resources department to see if there is a matching gifts program.

Stocks and Securities

Making your stock gift through electronic transfer is simple when you maintain holdings through a brokered account. Please provide the following information to your broker:

Account Name: Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Operating Corp.
Account Number: 78429723
DTC Number: 0141
Clearing Broker: Wells Fargo Wealth Management
Reference: (Your name)

Account Name: Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Operating Corp.
Account Number: 746-02474
DTC Number: 5198
Clearing Broker: Merrill Lynch
Reference: (Your name)

Please notify Institutional Advancement before the transfer is made and when doing so, please state the purpose of the gift.

Personal Property

If you are interested in donating personal property, please contact Institutional Advancement first at 336-832-9450. These gifts require advance approval and some may require a certified appraisal in order to be accepted.

Bequests and Other Planned Gifts

To learn more about planned giving opportunities including bequests, visit Planned Giving. To learn more about estate planning and other planned gift options, call 336-832-9450.

Amazon Smile

Do a lot of shopping on Amazon?

Amazon Smile will donate a percentage of all of your purchases to the charity of your choice. Please choose us by clicking on the Amazon Smile logo!

Cone Health is a tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All charitable contributions are tax deductible within the limits set by federal law. Our Federal Tax ID is #58-1588823.

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