Memorial Gifts and Bequests

If you have been inspired by an exceptional individual or suffered the loss of a family member or friend, you may wish to recognize this special relationship through a gift to Franklin Memorial Hospital made in honor or in memory of that person.  If you would like your gift restricted to a specific area or program, please let us know by filling in the appropriate section on the giving form. When making a memorial gift, please include the following information along with your donation:

  • Name of the deceased and date of death
  • A copy of the obituary, if available
  • Name of surviving family member, benefactor, or estate executor to whom notice of the gift should be sent
  • Name, address, and telephone number of the principal donor
  • Amount of each donation included in gift total

The Development Office sends an acknowledgement to the surviving family with the name and address of the donor, but not the amount of the gift. Please also see information about named endowed funds

You may also want to consider making a bequest to Franklin Memorial Hospital in your will or naming the hospital as the beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement plan. Through your will you may leave a specific monetary gift, land or asset, a percentage of your estate, or the residual after gifts to family or friends.

Download a Gift Form

Contact Information

Fund Development Office
111 Franklin Health Commons
Farmington, Maine



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