Charitable Giving


The Mapleton Charity works to grow awareness and financial support for the needs of older adults in our care.

Our generous donors make our mission possible.

The Mapleton Community Charity raises funds and provides philanthropic support that enables Heritage Place and the Mapleton Community Home to provide compassionate care and services to older adults.

It is our sincere hope that you will consider supporting our mission.

Thank you!

Each gift makes a difference. A robust, financially secure foundation will allow us to:

• deliver the best possible care for our residents.

• continually make improvements to our processes, facilities and programs.

• share our expertise with others, leading the way to improving care for older adults everywhere.

Giving Opportunities include:

• Gifts for care and residents quality of life: Funding for specific programs and equipment.

• Gifts for facility upgrades: Funding for updating resident rooms and public spaces with new flooring, wall covering, and furniture. Several projects are currently underway.

• Gifts for the greatest need: Unrestricted funding for our long-term financial stability that helps bridge the gap between Medicaid and the true cost of care.

Challenges We Must Meet


As a 100% self-sufficient 501©3 nonprofit charitable organization, without philanthropic contributions, it would not be possible to meet the challenges we face today:

• Over half of the long-term residents living on our campus have outlived their financial resources and are relying in Medicaid (the government program that pays for medical care of the indigent) to pay for their care.

• Medicaid covers only a portion of the true cost of the care for these residents. The gap between the actual cost and Medicaid reimbursement is $100-$125 per day, per resident.

• In 2012 alone we provided more than $1 million in unreimbursed charity care for our residents who outlived their resources.

While many other facilities do not accept residents reliant upon Medicaid, or are quietly decreasing their Medicaid services, we know that to archive our goal of delivering of the best possible care for older adults regardless of their ability to pay, we must constantly:

Work efficiently and innovatively;

• Reduce our costs of operation;

• Continually make improvements to our processes, facilities and programs without incurring more debt; and

• Develop strong, lasting relationships with large customer and client constituencies.

We know that we must position ourselves financially to weather the reduction of public reimbursement and an increase in government regulations, while we continue to create new programs and revenue streams to fund our operations and attract and retain the best staff. Our community will need both Heritage Place of Mapleton and the Mapleton Community Home even more in the years to come.

Please contact us today to learn more!

Ways to Contribute


No matter how you choose to give, we appreciate your support of Mapleton Community Charity. You may give an immediate gift, a pledge to give over a period of time, or an estate gift. Please know that all gifts are appreciated and will help our residents. Some gift forms to consider include:

• Cash Gifts – currency, checks, money orders or credit cards.

• Online Giving – managed through our website.

• Matching Gifts – contact the Human Resources office of your employer to find out if they will match your donation.

• Stocks and Bonds – giving appreciated stocks can create the same tax deductions as a cash gift while avoiding capital gains and transfer fees.

• Charitable/Estate Giving:

• A bequest in your will or living trust

• Naming Heritage Place of Mapleton or Mapleton Community Home as the beneficiary in a life insurance policy, financial account or retirement plan

• Charitable gift annuities

• Gifts of real estate

• Other estate vehicles can provide you with immediate tax savings and annual income

You can support Mapleton Community Charity effortlessly!

Questions? Contact us at for more information on charitable giving opportunists.