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A STRONG FOUNDATION
The mission and sole purpose of the Saint Simeon’s Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is to enhance through philanthropy and stewardship the physical, social and spiritual well-being of the Residents of Saint Simeon’s Episcopal Home and their families.
From its inception, the generosity of Saint Simeon’s donors has played a key role in building a community of choice for families, guardians, medical professionals, trust officers, attorneys and friends.
Donations fund all of Saint Simeon’s operations and capital expenses – physical structures, medical equipment and furnishings. Because of this generous support, Saint Simeon’s is able to offer high quality, compassionate care at a competitive rate.
You may choose to help continue Saint Simeon’s heritage through many donation methods:
In addition, a tribute or memorial donation is a wonderful way to honor someone close to you.
Saint Simeon’s Annual Fund gifts help maintain Saint Simeon’s on-going “Home” capital improvements and operational needs of Saint Simeon’s.
Unrestricted Fund gifts are used at the discretion of the Foundation and Home Board of Trustees to fill the special, sometimes unexpected, needs of Saint Simeon’s.
Resident Benevolent Fund – The Resident Benevolent Fund allows Saint Simeon’s to offer financial support to Residents who, to no fault of their own, outlive their resources. Our hope is no Resident will ever have to move due to financial constraints.
Employee Education Fund and Employee Christmas Appreciation Fund donations allow Saint Simeon’s to train, reward and support its 200 employees. This support helps ensure high-quality continuity of care for every Resident.
Donor Designated Fund/Restricted Gifts donations allow our friends to fund a specific project or service as identified by Saint Simeon’s or suggested by the donor. If you have a specific idea of how to improve the Residents’ quality of life, we would be happy to visit with you.
Endowed Gifts. The minimum gift to establish an endowment at Saint Simeon’s is $25,000. Endowments may be established to support a variety of needs on an annual, perpetual basis.
Brent Ortolani is Executive Director of the Saint Simeon’s Foundation. Previously, he served as Vice President for Marketing and Donor Engagement at the Tulsa Area United Way, and also worked in marketing and public relations for the University of Tulsa and Rogers State University. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas and native of Coffeyville, Kan.
Lisa Gray is Administrative Assistant of the Saint Simeon’s Foundation. Previously she served as Data Management Coordinator for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ticket Manager for the Tulsa Philharmonic, and Administrator for American Theatre Company. Lisa is a native of Tulsa and attended the University of Tulsa.