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Find answers below to the Foundation’s most frequently asked questions.
Yes. The Fairfield Medical Center Foundation was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) organization in December 2007.
The Fairfield Medical Center Foundation strives to spend no more on fundraising administration than 15 cents for every dollar raised.
When compared to the national average of 25 cents for community hospitals, the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation is among the most efficient in the nation.
All donated funds are used exclusively for programs that have a direct, positive impact on the health and well-being of our community, including advanced technology and facilities, world-renowned staff and medical innovations. Each gift received – regardless of purpose or amount – is carefully processed to ensure that the donors’ wishes are honored and that FMC receives the maximum benefit.
Yes, donors at any level may designate to a specific fund supporting an FMC initiative that best matches their area of interest. Donors also have the opportunity to give to the area of greatest need.
While contributions to the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation are considered tax-deductible, individual circumstances vary depending on a donor’s financial situation. You should consult with your tax attorney/advisor concerning the deductibility of your gift.
The Fairfield Medical Center Foundation will only consider grants that impact the health and well-being of our patients. We are chartered to raise funds specifically to support the mission of FMC.
Personal and financial information pertaining to our contributors is not disclosed by the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation except as may be required by law.