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Ways to Give

Because our community cares …

A cancer survivor celebrates a birthday.

A heart attack patient is brought to the Emergency Department and survives.

A mother and daughter are able to vacation together after the mother's hip replacement.

There are just some of the stories of loved ones, neighbors and friends who were helped by the medical expertise and care at RWJ Rahway...and there are many more. Your charitable giving to the Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation makes more stories like this possible.

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There are many ways to help your loved ones, neighbors and community...

General Donations:

Your contribution of any amount can help provide support for hospital programs, services and facilities. Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation raises funds for the programs and services of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway.

Tribute Gifts, Grateful Patient

A contribution of any amount can be made in memory, honor or tribute of someone you love or admire; to mark a special occasion; to show gratitude to a doctor or other healthcare professional that cared for them; or to support the hospital/unit/department where they received care.

Bequests/Life Insurance:

A bequest is a gift made through a Will. It can be a specific amount, a portion of an estate, or a remainder share. You may designate Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation as the beneficiary, co-beneficiary or a contingent beneficiary should the primary beneficiary predecease you in your Will or new or existing life insurance policy. Contributions to the Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation qualify as a charitable deduction and may help reduce estate tax liability.

Transfer of Securities and IRAs:

A gift of appreciated securities, stocks. mutual funds, or bonds assist the hospital and are a particular tax-advantaged means of giving for the donor. Recent legislation allows for the transfer of IRAs without capital gains taxes and offers charitable contribution deductions. To transfer securities to the Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation or for additional information, please call (732)-499-6135.

Sample Letter for Transfers of Securities


Donor's Broker or Bank
City, State, Zip

RE: Gift from (Donor's account name and number)

Upon receipt of this letter, please contact Morgan Stanley/Cash Management Services, Ben Meyers ( at 212.296.6013 or Tom Kazazes at 212-296-6074 for instructions for the transfer of (number) shares of ______________ from my/our account to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway Foundation, Morgan Stanley account #04 HOAAN, DTC#050.

In addition, please call Marlene H. Lubinger, President, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway Foundation to inform her of the pending transfer at 732.499.6135 or email

Thanking you in advance for your assistance.

Donor's Signature

Contact information: Morgan Stanley/Cash Management Services
c/o Ben Meyers
522 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor
New York City, New York 10036
For Account of RWJUH Rahway Foundation
Account #04 HOAAN
Depository Trust Company (DTC) #050

Capital and Major Gifts

Capital and Major Gifts are generally larger donations allocated to construction, facility improvements, equipment and program support. These commitments may be made over a period of time.

Corporate Matching Gifts

Many businesses have Matching Gift Programs which will multiply contributions to the Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation.

Important Tax News

New IRS regulations allow tax-free transfers of IRA’s to charitable organizations for individuals 70 ½ or older with charitable donation tax deductions as well. Consult your tax advisor for tax benefits or contact Marlene Lubinger, president of the Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation, for more information:

Contact Information:

Heather Hays
Vice President, Foundation and Development
Phone: (732) 499-6223

Patient Stories

  • She was inspired by her husband Don’s successful hip replacement performed by Dr. Femino. Now, following knee replacement, Mrs. Welsch feels great and will return to the ski slopes this winter.

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