Roland Park Place is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit life care corporation. The growth of the Roland Park Place community is made possible by a long-standing tradition of generosity and stewardship in support of our commitment to enhance the lives of residents.
There are many important projects that have come to fruition through the support of our donors. Every gift is important to us and benefits our residents, both today and in the future.
Why does Roland Park Place need gifts and bequests? Roland Park Place has three sources of income: resident fees, investment earnings and charitable gifts. We reinvest all earned and donated income back into our community to better serve those who live here.
We are pleased to share that no resident has ever been asked to leave Roland Park Place due to an uncontrollable financial inability to pay. This is made possible by the Residents’ Assistance Fund, just one of the many vehicles by which generous donors can give to Roland Park Place.
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Popular Giving Arrangements:
Outright Gifts: Gifts given outright are especially helpful to Roland Park Place because they help meet immediate needs. Such gifts may be made annually for general operating support or given over the year as a tribute or in memory of others.
Gifts of Stocks, Bonds or Other Marketable Securities: Gifts from a will or trust, Gifts from a retirement plan, Gifts of Stock and Appreciated Assets. Please see additional information regarding IRA Charitable Rollovers here.
Charitable Gift Annuities: A charitable gift annuity will provide you income for life when you transfer cash or securities to RPP and, in return, receive fixed payments and a charitable tax deduction for your gift.
Please consider sending a tribute to another resident as a way of wishing them well, celebrating their birthday or anniversary or sending a card in memorial, with our Newly Designed Tribute Cards. We now offer many occasions to choose from. With a tax deductible contribution to Roland Park Place, our Advancement Office will send the card of your choice to that special person you would like to recognize! Your gift is a meaningful way to honor or remember friends and family and it is a wonderful expression of caring that benefits the residents of Roland Park Place and supports the important mission of our community.
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Below find types of programs and projects that are supported by resident gifts and donations from family members and the community.
Unrestricted donations: An unrestricted donation can be utilized by our management for important structural, educational and/or administrative purposes.
Residents' Assistance Fund: The residents' assistance fund provides a ready source of funds to cover the needs of residents who have outlived their resources.
Memory Support Programming Fund: This fund was established to provide resources that will support person-centered interventions for residents experiencing memory loss or cognitive impairment and education for their family members and loved ones. Roland Park Place is instituting Memory and Music, a program designed to provide a personalized music program for residents experiencing dementia and that has shown consistent, positive results.
RPP's Advancement Office can assist donors and their advisors with matching their philanthropic, estate and financial planning objectives to RPP's funding needs and opportunities. Because we are a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, gifts to Roland Park Place can receive tax benefits. For information regarding RPP's Advancement program and assistance on directing your donations in the most meaningful way, please contact Linda Kohler at (410) 243-4848 or firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below to read more about sending a gift electronically.