Give HOPE


Making a gift to Lindner Center of HOPE positively impacts the lives of individuals and families coping with the devastating effects of mental illness.

Mental illness ranks as one of the leading causes of disability in the world, with 2.5 times more Americans suffering from a major psychiatric disorder in their lifetime, compared with cancer, heart disease and diabetes COMBINED.

Though mental illness is highly treatable, one of the main reasons these illnesses go untreated is due to lack of access to care. Lindner Center of HOPE is a resource for excellent care, but can only exist with the support of generous donors.


There are many options available for individuals willing and able to support Lindner Center of HOPE.

The Annual Fund
Support the operations of the Lindner Center of HOPE
The Annual Fund is essential to sustain the mission of the Center. Annual Fund donations enable Lindner Center of HOPE to use the funds where they can make the greatest impact.


Brick Sponsorship Program
The walkway that welcomes patients, families and visitors to the Center is paved with well wishes from members of the Brick Sponsorship program. If you would like to honor a loved one or lend your name, your family’s name, a company or organization name to this effort, contact us to make your gift of $100, $250, $500 or $1,000. Download Brick Sponsorship form, click here.


Tribute Program (In Honor of/In Memory of gifts)
Celebrate a special event, honor or memorialize a loved one by making a tribute gift. When you make a gift of $50 or more, we will send a card to the person or family you designate, informing them of your tribute gift. (We do not include the amount of the donation in the card).


Helping Hands Fund
Through this fund, assistance will be given to patients in need of financial support to receive treatment at Lindner Center of HOPE. Gifts of all sizes are welcome in this fund.


Special Fundraising Events
Special events help to raise support for Lindner Center of HOPE and the fulfillment of its mission.

2011 Touchdown for HOPE

Bridge to Hope sponsored by High Hopes Auxiliary


Charitable Gift Planning
Our charitable gift planning program invites you to remember Lindner Center of HOPE in your estate plans. This program enables us to provide financial strength to our programs for generations to come.

Gift vehicles include, but are not limited to: wills and bequests, trusts, charitable gift annuities and retirement assets. The biggest benefit of charitable gift planning is that you can often make a more significant gift than you might have otherwise imagined.

Your gift can be designated in honor or in memory of a loved one, for a particular program or service the Center provides or as a general bequest to the endowment fund.

Individuals who include the Center in their estate plans are gratefully welcomed as charter lifetime members of our Legacy Society and will be recognized for their generous, compassionate foresight.

Gifts to Lindner Center of HOPE are also acknowledged by University of Cincinnati’s UC Foundation.

Read more about Charitable Gift Planning, click here.


Matching Gifts
More than 1000 companies sponsor matching gifts programs for employees and their families. To find out if your company is a matching gift organization, contact your Personnel or Benefits Office for more information. After obtaining the form, just include it with your gift and we’ll do the rest.

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Click here to find out how to donate to Lindner Center of HOPE or call
Mary Alexander at 513-536-0317.


Lindner Center of HOPE Dedicates Western & Southern Financial Group Dining Room

$1 Million Gift Supports Region’s Premier Mental Health Center
Read more, click here.


Mental Illness Statistics

An estimated 5 to 10 %of the population suffers from depression. In addition, approximately 30,000 suicides completed each year are likely associated with depression.

 


Nearly half of the individuals experiencing symptoms of depression go undiagnosed, and worse, untreated. The good news is that proper treatment for depression is effective.

 


American employees used about 8.8 million sick days in 2001 due to untreated or mistreated depression. According to the National Institutes of Mental Health, depression costs an estimated $23 billion in lost workdays every year.