The John Foster Burden Fund
The reasons for making a gift to The St. Luke-John Foster Burden Fund and the St. Luke Family of Caring are personal and varied. Perhaps you are grateful for your care or the care we provided to a loved one, and want to give something back. Maybe you would like to leave a legacy to benefit those we care for and serve for generations to come.
Perhaps you feel passionate about supporting an important cause, such as a program we provide, a service or the development of new resource or equipment that will help improve the care we provide to our community. Or you may wish to take advantage of the tax benefits of making a gift.
Whatever your motivation, you’ll find as many ways to make a difference right here in your community. We welcome all gifts, large or small, restricted or unrestricted.
About The St. Luke - John Foster Burden Fund
The St. Luke - John Foster Burden Fund is the fundraising and development corporation established to receive and manage all gifts given for the benefit of those receiving services from our St. Luke Family of Caring - St. Luke Health Services, Bishop’s Commons and Michaud Residential Health Services
The St. Luke - John Foster Burden Fund is approved by the IRS as a 501-c (3) organization, making your gift tax deductible to the limits allowed by law. (EIN: 22-2460821)
The Fund is overseen by a volunteer board of directors comprised of members of our community representing a wide expanse of professional and individual backgrounds and experience.
The JFB Fund Board of Directors
Jerome Mirabito, President
Brian Caswell, Vice President
Terrence Gorman, Treasurer/Secretary
Dr. David O'Brien
Rev. Robert Stephenson
Rev. Jeffrey Knox
All gifts to JFB Fund benefit our community through improved and expanded resident care programs, services and facilities; the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment; and educational programs and opportunities for our personnel, and outreach programs.
The JFB Fund provides a wonderful opportunity for individuals, foundations, businesses, corporations and community organizations to partner with our not-for-profit affiliates and support our future. The St. Luke-John Foster Burden Fund welcomes all gifts, large or small, restricted or unrestricted. For more information please email us at: JFBFund@stlukehs.com