Thank you for thinking of Overlake Medical Center as you consider the legacy you want to leave. Charitable giving can be an important part of your estate planning. A gift through your will, living trust or other planned giving arrangement allows you to ensure the future of exceptional medical care for your family, friends, and community—even beyond your lifetime.
There are multiple ways that you can include a charitable gift to Overlake in your estate, including making a simple gift by will or a beneficiary designation or giving a gift that is structured to provide you or your heirs an income stream as well as offering tax savings. We invite you to explore the options as you consider which tool best fits your estate planning and charitable goals.
Special Notice: The information on this website does not constitute legal, financial, tax, or estate planning advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for such advice. Overlake encourages you to seek the counsel of your own professional advisors and values their involvement as you determine how you would like to proceed.
We are honored to recognize those who make a planned gift commitment or establish an endowment with membership in the Benefactor Society. Members share a commitment to ensuring that future generations will have access to excellent and compassionate care.
If you have already arranged a gift, we encourage you to let us know so we can welcome you to the Benefactor Society. We respect the rights of those who choose to remain anonymous.
To learn more about joining the Benefactor Society, please contact Laurie Ramacci Noegel at 425-688-5533 or Laurie.RamacciNoegel@overlakehospital.org.
Planned Giving Advisory Council
Overlake's Planned Giving Advisory Council members serve as resources for the Foundation and our supporters by sharing their expertise and insights related to economics, taxation and estate planning. We are grateful for their commitment to furthering our mission.