Giving opportunities - Every Dollar Makes a Difference

As a non-profit, church-affiliated organization, Mennonite Friendship Communities welcomes contributions and donations to ensure that all residents receive the same quality care.

We all have a desire to make a difference in our world, in our community, in someone’s life. Here are some ways you can make a difference when you share with mfc.

As you gather with family this holiday season, we invite you to share in the ministry of mfc. Perhaps you would like to contribute toward the “refresh” project in Friendship Manor. We are now in the process of brightening our hallways with fresh paint and carpet. Cash contributions may be designated for Friendship Manor “Refresh” with checks payable to Mennonite Friendship Communities.

What are other opportunities to give to mfc?

Continuing Care Endowment Fund.

This fund helps to defray living costs for those nursing home residents who have outlived their resources.

General Fund

Your contribution will help fund daily operations.

If you would like to discuss giving opportunities please call 620-663-7175.

How to Donate

Give Online

Mail Your Contribution to:

Mennonite Friendship Communities
600 West Blanchard Ave South
Hutchinson, KS 67505

Giving Options

Cash Gifts

Cash Gifts can be given annually, semi-annually, quarterly or monthly and can be invested in our general fund, endowment fund or a special project fund.

Property Gifts

These are non-cash gifts such as farm products, real estate, stocks, bonds or life insurance. This type of gift allows you to make a significant contribution while avoiding capital gains and other types of taxes.

A Gift Annuity

This is a partial gift to Mennonite Friendship Communities, using cash or marketable security that is invested through Mennonite Foundation. You receive a tax deduction for the initial gift and income for life at a guaranteed rate. The older you are, the higher the payout rate – based on your life expectancy. At your death, Mennonite Friendship Communities receives the balance of your initial gift.

Planned Giving

Since the distribution of your estate is the final act of stewardship, you will want to give careful thought as to how you want to distribute it. You will also want to discover ways to minimize tax implication so there is more to share with your children and the charities that have special meaning for you and to whom you would like to leave a gift.

Volunteer Your Time

Click HERE for a list of some of the mfc campus volunteer opportunities.