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How we say thank you

By making a gift to the Rivkin Center, you’re contributing to the continuation of our vital progress in the fight against ovarian cancer. But your gifts to the Rivkin Center provide other benefits, too. Because of our affiliation with the Swedish Medical Center Foundation, our friends and donors enjoy all of the same giving benefits as those who give to Swedish, in addition to some unique opportunities.

The following are just some of the benefits of giving:

  • Donors who give $250 and above receive recognition in the Annual Reports of the Rivkin Center and the Swedish Medical Center, as well as in Swedish’s award-winning IMPACT Magazine.
  • Donors who give $1,500 and above annually are invited to join the Swedish Summit Club, a special group of committed friends. Some of the benefits at the Summit Club level include invitations to special receptions and educational forums, as well as a private hospital room at the Swedish Medical Center hospital campuses, when available and medically feasible.
  • Donors of $10,000 and above annually are invited to join the Swedish Founders Circle. Founders Circle members receive benefits such as access to the Bentley Family Donor Lounge and free EBT screenings at Swedish in appreciation of your support.
  • Donors who make an estate or planned gift, such as a bequest to the Rivkin Center in your will or a charitable gift annuity, are invited to become members of the Swedish Legacy Partners. With permission, Legacy Partners receive public recognition and are invited to attend special Swedish Medical Center functions.

Of course, the biggest benefit of all is helping to save lives and reduce the suffering of many women affected by ovarian cancer. See the difference you’re making.

Aimee Germany (right), Daughter of Saul and Marsha Rivkin
Don’t be apprehensive about turning to family and friends for support. A sense of community is extremely important and being able to ask for help is ok.
Aimee Germany (right),
Daughter of Saul and Marsha Rivkin