Start Plan-a-Gift

Interactive Plan-a-Gift™ will recommend the best gift plan to meet your individual needs based on your age, goals and assets, and will help Lindner Center of HOPE at the same time.

The amounts on Plan-a-Gift™ start with our minimum gift for life-income arrangements. We gratefully accept outright gifts and bequests of any size.

Start Plan-a-Gift
(Start Here)
Your goal What do you want to accomplish with your gift?


Type of asset What type of asset do you want to contribute?



Next Recommended Gift Size

Your gift of any size is very important to us. The minimum in our Plan-a-Gift interactive tool is based on the minimum gift for life-income arrangements. We gratefully accept outright gifts, gifts from your will or trust, or other planned gifts anyone can make of any amount.

Increase Font Size Decrease Font Size Print Page Contact Lindner Center of HOPE

The material presented on this Planned Giving website is not offered as legal or tax advice.
Read full disclaimer|Sitemap|Planned Giving Content © 2017 VirtualGiving.com

Click below to Donate Now
LCOH-Donate_Now-RC

Thank you for your decision to make a gift to Lindner Center of HOPE.

By clicking above you can access our online giving site.

If you wish to make a credit card payment by phone, please call the Development Office at:

513-536-0317.

Or, if you prefer to make a gift by mail, please send your check to:
Lindner Center of HOPE
Development Office
4075 Old Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040


To view our 2010 Annual Report, click here.


Mental Illness Statistics

Since its opening, the multi-disciplinary staff has provided inpatient and outpatient services to over 70,000 individuals and families.

Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Alcoholism and Traumatic Brain Injury are the most common causes of casualties in the wars our country is fighting; and last year suicides accounted for more deaths than combat.

Research shows that early diagnosis improves a patient’s rate of recovery. In addition, since genetics can play a role in mental illness, early screenings may help patients understand their possible risks.