• Make An Impact-Giving Societies

    Models for Community Leadership

    Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center is nationally recognized for quality patient care and services that benefit all of our friends, families and neighbors in the region. Such success in providing superior health care could not be achieved without the leadership of many.

  • Baldwin Society

    Baldwin-SocietyThe Thomas I. and Peggy A. Baldwin Society was established to honor those individuals and businesses who make gifts of $10,000 or more each year to enhance health care in our community. 

    These critical funds allow for planned expenditures to upgrade technology, patient care programs, and expanding the facility at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

  • Belcher Society

    This society is intended to thank, recognize, educate and encourage people to support the future of health care in our community by including LHAAMC in their plans through a gift of $100,000 or more. The Belcher Society was named in honor of Edgewater residents, John and Cathy Belcher, who made an unprecedented planned gift to advance patient care, education and innovation at LHAAMC. 

  • Building Traditions Society

    Building-Traditions-SocietyLHAAMC depends heavily upon on the efforts of our dynamic BTS philanthropists to rally others and build a strong network of combined giving. By joining this social networking group at a modest commitment level of $1,000 per year, you can attend high-energy special events and connect with others while improving the health care services available to the greater community.


  • Heritage Society

    Give one of the greatest gifts, the gift of a healthier future. Make Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center part of your estate planning, and the people in your community will benefit for generations to come.  Planned giving through your will provides you with important tax incentives, and it gives LHAAMC critical resources for building and caring for the community in the future.  

  • Hillman Society

    Hillman-Society The Lisa & Richard Hillman Society honors individuals who make an annual gift of $5,000 or more to the LHAAMC Foundation. The Society is named for Lisa Hillman, a former president of the LHAAMC Foundation and champion for LHAAMC for more than three decades, and her husband Richard, former Annapolis mayor and community leader.