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Raising Money. Raising Hope.


Faith’s Lodge has seen thousands of parents walk through our doors seeking support in coping with life’s greatest challenges and tragedies. This year has proven that with great hardships also comes resiliency. Our doors are open and we are serving guests thanks to generous contributions and support from donors like YOU.


We believe that hope heals, and you can help us make that happen. By donating, you’re providing families coping with the death or medically complex condition of a child with a place of peace and healing.


May your holidays be filled with peace, joy and hope.




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Memorial Gifts

  • Art Glass Window $5,000-$7,500

    Custom art glass window designed to reflect your story. Installed and displayed permanently at Faith’s Lodge.

  • Memorial Bench $2,500


    Your personalized memorial bench will be placed in a serene setting on the grounds of Faith’s Lodge.



  • Memorial Tree $1,000


    We’ll plant a tree with a beautifully engraved and sealed plaque in your loved one’s honor.



  • Wall Stone $500


    Your engraved memorial wall stone will greet guests and visitors to Faith’s Lodge in the entryway.



  • Memorial Brick $150


    Honor a loved one with a special memorial brick placed on the grounds at Faith’s Lodge.


Legacy Opportunities

Name a room or location at Faith’s Lodge after your loved one. Faith’s Lodge offers a social fundraising platform for anyone interested in raising funds for a memorial or legacy opportunity. For more information or to discuss a Legacy Opportunity, contact Jenna Rogers at 612-825-2073




The recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law to address the current health and financial crisis.
Provisions in the act may help you with your charitable giving, including a new $300 charitable deduction for taxpayers who do not itemize deductions. If you do itemize, the act increases the amount you can deduct for a cash gift in 2020 from 60% of adjusted gross income (AGI) to 100% of AGI.
The act also suspended required minimum distributions from retirement accounts for 2020. However, IRA owners who are age 701⁄2 or older can still make a qualified charitable distribution from the IRA to charity and avoid the income tax that would otherwise be due on the distribution. If you want to continue supporting Faith’s Lodge or other charitable organizations that are important to you, a qualified distribution from an IRA is still one of the most tax-advantaged ways to make a gift.
All future distributions from IRA accounts will be subject to tax, unless transferred to charity.
Please consult with your professional advisor about how these or other changes in the CARES Act may affect you. For more information, please contact the Faith’s Lodge staff at 612-825-2073.