philanthropy forever

Since its earliest origins, the North Brevard community has been a pioneer of innovation and achievement, including its quest to have the best healthcare available for its residents. Parrish Medical Center (PMC) has grown with the community and today is one of America’s finest healing environments. Lives are saved and medical advances occur daily at PMC, thanks to the team of dedicated professionals who provide healing experiences to all those who need its services—from newborn babies and elderly loved ones to those less fortunate and unable to pay for their care.

? make a difference

Everyone can make a significant difference in the future of healthcare by the simple act of remembrance as you create a legacy for your family, friends and community. That’s why the Jess Parrish Medical Foundation (JPMF) has created the Legacy Society, which recognizes and honors friends of Parrish Medical Center who have made provisions in their estate plans or life income plans or have created an endowment fund.
Gifts made to Jess Parrish Medical Foundation are gifts of healing. They allow the medical center to establish new programs and services for the betterment of our community, such as The Children’s Center, the Community Medical Clinic and Parrish Health Village. Giving is an act of great significance, and by providing for the future of PMC, the Legacy Society members are creating a life-enriching experience for others.

? how it works

When a caring person joins the Legacy Society, his or her name will be displayed (with permission) in the medical center, as well as JPMF and PMC publications. Although most donors want nothing in return for their generosity, the donor who allows JPMF to extend its thanks makes another gift possible—publicly acknowledging a gift allows others to see the important role of philanthropy in the quality of life and healthcare in this community and often inspires others to do the same.
Becoming a member of the Legacy Society ensures that your gifts continue to give forever. What greater legacy could there be?

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