Ways To Give

Gifts of Cash . . .

The most common method of giving and it is easily substantiated by the IRS.


A bequest can be made in your will to support the Mercer Foundation for Health. It allows you to maintain your assets during your lifetime and give a gift when you die.


Establish an endowment or a memorial in the name of a loved one.

Life Insurance…

Allows you to name the Mercer Foundation for Health as a worthy beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

Securities and Appreciated Property…

Securities can be given to the Foundation to avoid taxable gains and save you taxes.

End of the Year Appeal…

Responding to the mail appeal is a convenient way to support the Mercer Foundation for Health.

Attending Foundation Events…

  • Benefit Dinner

    • Provide a donation of cash or items for auction.
    • Sponsor a table.
    • Attend the event and bid on silent and live auction items.
  • Golf Outing

    • Provide a donation.
    • Sponsor a team ($300)
    • Play as a part of a team ($75)
    • Become a sponsor at one of the following levels: Title ($5,000); Master ($2,000); 19th Hole ($1,000); Hole ($100).
  • Ice Cream Social

Make a Gift

Support Genesis Medical Center, Aledo today by making a gift.


Contact Us

For more information about our Foundation, please contact:

Al Zwilling

Genesis Philanthropy

For more information please contact:

Melinda "Missy" Gowey

Upcoming Classes/Events

  • Feb
    2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    This is a free support group meeting weekly for individuals to gather to explore, share, and process feelings and receive comfort and companionship.
  • Feb
    1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    This comprehensive 4 week series of classes will cover all aspects of labor and birth.
  • Feb
    5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    The Heartsaver Basic Cardiac Life Support (CPR) course is taught according to the American Heart Association guidelines.
  • Feb
    6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    This class discusses care of newborn, topics include: Holding, swaddling, diapering and bathing your baby, rooming-in, bonding, parenting, choosing a physician, newborn safety and feeding choices. This class consists of 2 weekday evening sessions.
  • Feb
    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    This class is designed for children ages 3-10 who are awaiting the arrival of a new brother or sister.