A “planned gift” is a charitable gift of value that you make through your financial or estate plans. Stock, real estate, tangible personal property or life insurance are just a few types of planned gifts.
Your planned gift leaves a legacy to future generations, while providing a variety of benefits for you:
Planned gifts to the Connecticut Hospice help enable future generations to benefit from our customized services and therapies that aren’t completely covered by Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance.
We are grateful you are interested in learning about the impact of estate planning and the benefits of charitable gift planning. We have found that our planned gift donors want to do something special for The Connecticut Hospice because they care deeply about our organization, and they want to make a difference in the world they live – now and in the future.
Leaving a bequest is simple. All it takes is a quick phone call to your attorney. You can designate a bequest to endowment or the general fund in a specific amount, leave a percentage of your estate, or select assets such as securities, life insurance policies, retirement plans and IRAs. If you have made a bequest to The Connecticut Hospice, please let us know so we can thank you for your generosity.
Our staff is available to assist you with planned gifts. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your interests and your goals. Please contact our Development Office, 203-315-7684 to learn more about planned gift opportunities
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