Consider Giving to Regional Medical Center

Helping others feels good. Support and help from our community over the past 70+ years has helped Regional Medical Center to become the quality healthcare system it is today. People give to organizations and programs they believe in, making a difference in the lives of others. Regional Medical Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public hospital.

Donors like you truly make an impact. You help our mission and vision for healthcare close to home to be a continued reality for generations to come! Thank you for your support and the trust you place in us.

Prefer to make your gift by mail?

Download Donor Form and mail to:

ATTN: Donations
Regional Medical Center
PO Box 359
Manchester, IA 52057

Who is on The Giving Wall?

The Giving Wall recognizes those who have contributed to Regional Medical Center through cumulative gifts of $1,000 or more.

Giving Wall in River Ridge Pavilion

Ways to Give

Any gift, regardless of size, will make a direct impact on the communities we serve. We graciously accept the following tax-deductible gifts.

  • Bequests in your will
  • IRA Charitable Rollover
  • Stock
  • Endowment fund
  • Planned giving
  • Estate planning
  • Agricultural donations

Consult your attorney or financial advisor to make the best plan for your gift.


To discuss options and be a part of The Giving Wall, or to learn about naming opportunities, please contact Valerie Lindsay at 563-927-7534 or

Get Involved

Please join us for these great events, benefiting the programs and services of Regional Medical Center!

  • Comedy for a Cause (1st Saturday in February)
  • Moving for Life (3rd Saturday in September)

“We are proud to support our local hospital by giving to the Endowment Fund. We appreciate our providers and all of the staff at Regional Medical Center and think the world of them! They provide a continuum of care for everyone, across every phase of life. Knowing our hospital is a stand-alone hospital and not affiliated with another larger system is reassuring to us and we are glad to continue to support them.” Gary & Vicki Spellerberg