Bethany Home accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Veteran’s benefits and private insurances. However, often, the reimbursement received from insurance and/or Medicaid does not cover the rising cost of care, supplies, equipment, and/or medications that an individual needs to thrive. Additional income helps cover the costs of unreimbursed medical and transportation expenses, operating expenses, and allows us to provide additional activities, services, and benefits to the residents of Bethany Home.
Your financial donation can be designated for a specific use or department (restricted) or be given as an unrestricted gift that will be utilized where it is most needed at the time. Unrestricted contributions allow Bethany Village the maximum flexibility in meeting the needs of our community. However, if you have a specific health care interest, you can designate your gift to benefit a certain department or program. Please contact us to learn more about specific programs.
Legacy Giving & Planned Gifts
Many people choose to include their charitable interests in their long-range estate planning. There are a number of ways to preserve your financial security while also providing charitable gifts.
Bethany Village can accept gifts through wills or bequests, life insurance benefits, charitable trusts and/or in-kind donations.
Bethany Village has endowment accounts with the Greater Salina Community Foundation and the McPherson County Community Foundation. You may contact Bethany Village or either of the community foundations for more information on specific endowments or foundations.
If you have questions about estate planning, consult your attorney, accountant, or financial planner. Consult with your financial advisor or estate planner to determine the best way to build an estate plan that fits your unique needs and wishes.