The Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation donor relation’s policy establishes annual giving levels (including gift-in-kind donations*) and provides appropriate and graduated recognition for donors for individual gifts given in any single year at each level (based on March 31 year end):
|$1- $249||Janeway Friend|
|$250 – $999||Sunshine Supporter|
|$1,000 – $4999||Smile Maker|
|$5,000 – $9999||Dream Builder|
|$10,000 – $24,999||Miracle Maker|
|$25,000 – $49,999||Children’s Champion|
|$50,000 – $74,999||Rainbow Builder|
|$75,000 plus||Dr. Clifton J. Joy Achievement|
- Gift-In-Kind Donations:
Gift-in-kind (GIK) donations are valuable to both the Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation and hospital programs. To ensure appropriate recognition benefits are administered for a GIK donation, the donation must be secured with a written accounting of the fair market value of the gift. Prior to discussing recognition or the tax benefits for a GIK donation, Fundraising Staff must first seek advice and concurrence from the Executive Director / Financial Administrator.
GIK donations are defined as “the provision of goods or services for which the Foundation would normally incur a cost when conducting business”. Volunteer time is not considered a GIK donation.
*Gift-in-kind donations are not recognized cumulatively and are identified separately in publications.
The Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation donor relation’s policy establishes cumulative giving levels and provides appropriate and graduated recognition for donors for gifts given over a number of years at each level (based on March 31 year end) and these donors can be displayed on the “Wall of Miracles” donor wall at the Janeway Hospital:
|$25,000 – $49,999|
|$50,000 – $99,999|
|$100,000 – $249,999|
|$250,000 – $499,999|
|$500,000 – $749,999|
|$750,000 – $999,999|
|$1 Million plus|
Contributions for event sponsorship are not included in the donor recognition program. Recognition of sponsors is provided within the guidelines for each event.