Home > Foundation > Trees of Life
The “Trees of Life”
The Rancho Los Amigos Foundation has created two “Tree of
Life” donor walls to enable friends of Rancho to support our
work on behalf of our patients with disabling illnesses
The donor walls are known as the “Rancho Los Amigos Tree
of Life” and the “Lions Club International Tree of Life.”
They enable you to recognize friends, colleagues and loved
ones. Whether it be the birth of a child or grandchild, an anniversary or
other special occasion, or memorial recognition, the name or names of those you
are honoring will be engraved on the selected tree according to your requested
category. All proceeds from the “Trees of Life” are used to
assist Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation center in
providing the highest quality of care to its patients.
The “Rancho Los Amigos Tree of Life” is located in the south
entrance of the Jacquelin Perry Institute. The “Lions Club” tree is
located on the west wall of the same building, which is Rancho’s primary
inpatient care facility. The building was named in honor of world-renowned
orthopedic surgeon, physical therapist and research scientist Jacquelin
Perry, M.D. Her more than 50 years of service to Rancho are
unmatched not only in longevity, but in accomplishment.
It is fitting that the “Trees of Life” be placed in this
patient care facility named for a woman who has done so much
to advance the science of rehabilitation medicine.
Recognition levels on the “Trees of Life” include:
- Grand Benefactor—$5,000
- Grand Patron—$1,500
- Patron Acorn—$1,000
- Gold Leaf— $200
All donations to the “Trees of Life” are fully tax-deductible.
For more information about how to make a gift to the Rancho Los Amigos
“Trees of Life” please contact the Rancho Los Amigo Foundation office
at (562) 401-7053.
Page last updated March 5, 2013
Please forward any comments or problems with this Web Site to