Ways to give.

Culture of Giving

Meaningful life is a life filled with generosity.

You need not search far to find examples of generosity at Cypress Cove. Financial gifting and volunteering play primary roles for residents, staff, board members and volunteers.

Cypress Cove raises the standard in South Fort Myers for giving back. Through individual and collective efforts, we partner with other nonprofit agencies for the good of our community.

Within Cypress Cove, gifts are frequently received to support four ongoing efforts.

Contributions of time, talent and treasure make all this happen. Generosity from current and former residents and their families, staff, board members, foundations, corporations and philanthropic individuals in the community make Cypress Cove the place where everyone loves to live and work and give.

Philanthropic support to Cypress Cove can be seen in the areas of:

  • Community Enhancement Projects
  • Memory Care Residences at Cypress Cove
  • Resident Benevolent Care
  • Staff Scholarships

What are the benefits of making a gift to Cypress Cove?

Charitable giving to Cypress Cove offers the personal satisfaction of investing in a vibrant community, enabling it to flourish and be even stronger financially. All gifts to Cypress Cove at HealthPark Florida, whether restricted or unrestricted, are tax-deductible since Cypress Cove is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.

Discover the ways you can reach out to others with a donation to Cypress Cove:

  • Outright gifts, including cash, securities, property, and paid insurance policies
  • Deferred or planned gifts, including bequests, charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, and remainder interest in property

If you have questions about making a gift to Cypress Cove, please contact Dr. Z. Allen Abbott in the Office of Philanthropy at 239-425-1639.

Tax ID Number: 65-0610085

Registration number: CH20476

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